[ZendTo] Installer issue using RHEL7 - wrong PHP version

Jules Field Jules at Zend.To
Thu Mar 7 12:43:17 GMT 2019


On 07/03/2019 00:57, Miguel Brostrom via ZendTo wrote:
> Hi all,
> Being a relatively new hire I’ve been tasked with updated our older 
> RHEL 6 systems to RHEL 7. I’ve recently come to our ZendTo server and 
> realized it was time for a fresh install and noticed there was 
> installer over on the ZendTo website. The installer said
> Good, you are on CentOS or RedHat 6 or later, so PHP 7 is available 
> ready-built.
> Adding the IUS repo.
> The repo begins to install but never get’s installed and gives the 
> error: Public key for ius-release.rpm is not installed
> error: /etc/pki/rpm-gpg/IUS-COMMUNITY-GPG-KEY: import read failed(2).
Something went wrong with the signing key for the IUS repo.

The Installer knows about the differences between RHEL7 and CentOS 7 and 
will cope with both. We use RHEL at my day-job at the University of 
Southampton, which gives me access to all of the genuine RHEL resources.

If you can manually enable the IUS repo (Google it) and then re-run the 
Installer, it should sort it all out for you. It will spot the old 
version of PHP you've now got installed, uninstall it, then install the 
right one.

> The installer then proceeds “I am going to install the latest PHP I 
> can find, which is php.”
> It then installs php.x86_64 0:5.4.16-46.el7, which is not PHP 7 or 
> higher and does not contain the sodium module that is required.
> The installer keeps going through the end. After the reboot I’m asked 
> to go the website’s homepage, which turns out to be the Apache test page.
> Any ideas on where to go from here? I was asked to keep the OS RHEL7.
> Thanks in advance for any help,
> Miguel
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