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litespeed_wiki:cache:litemage2:installation [2018/03/16 21:19]
Jackson Zhang [Enable LiteMage After Installation:]
litespeed_wiki:cache:litemage2:installation [2018/06/06 02:16] (current)
Umar [Prerequisites]
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 LiteSpeed Enterprise with a working Magento 2 installation. LiteSpeed Enterprise with a working Magento 2 installation.
  
-Magento 2 requires PHP version 7.0.2+, 5.6.x, or 5.5.x. In the command line, type ''​php -v''​ to get the PHP version used by the command line interface. This version may be different than the one used by LiteSpeed. If the version number does not match the version used by LiteSpeed, you run the risk of compatibility issues.+Magento 2 works only with PHP 7 and hence requires PHP version 7.0.2+. In the command line, type ''​php -v''​ to get the PHP version used by the command line interface. This version may be different than the one used by LiteSpeed. If the version number does not match the version used by LiteSpeed, you run the risk of compatibility issues.
  
 In the command line, run command ''​which php''​ to get the location of the command line PHP binary, for example ''/​usr/​local/​bin/​php'',​ and enter into that directory with command ''​cd /​usr/​local/​bin''​. If the ''​which''​ command doesn'​t return anything, we recommend using ''/​usr/​local/​bin/''​ or ''/​usr/​bin/''​. Next, change the current PHP binary name to something different as a backup using the ''​mv''​ command and create a symbolic link to the LiteSpeed PHP binary (or copy the binary itself into the current directory). In the command line, run command ''​which php''​ to get the location of the command line PHP binary, for example ''/​usr/​local/​bin/​php'',​ and enter into that directory with command ''​cd /​usr/​local/​bin''​. If the ''​which''​ command doesn'​t return anything, we recommend using ''/​usr/​local/​bin/''​ or ''/​usr/​bin/''​. Next, change the current PHP binary name to something different as a backup using the ''​mv''​ command and create a symbolic link to the LiteSpeed PHP binary (or copy the binary itself into the current directory).
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