How to Install Snipe-IT (IT Asset Management) on CentOS and Ubuntu

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7 Responses

  1. loadedmind says:

    You really should consider removing CentOS as an option for installation until you fix the PHP portion of this HOWTO.

  2. Bart says:

    This will not really work on CentOS as you presented.

    The app requires PHP 5.5>, but CentOS by default installs 5.4, this guide needs to include information on how to install PHP 5.5> on CentOS instead.

    • Aaron Kili says:


      Thanks for the heads up, we will include information on how to install PHP 5.5> on CentOS. We will possibly create a dedicated article for this including installation of all currently supported versions of PHP(i.e 5.6, 7.0 and 7.1) and put a link to it.

    • Ravi Saive says:


      We have added installation instructions for PHP 5.6 on CentOS 7 at Step #3.

      Thanks for pointing out..

  3. Bart says:

    step 4 doesn’t work.

    The repo reference is wrong. Instead of

    $ sudo git clone snipe-it

    it should be

    $ sudo git clone

    • Ravi Saive says:


      Oops sorry for typo, corrected in the writeup – yes it should be.

      $ sudo git clone

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