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The message indicates that as far as RPM is concerned, neither httpd nor php are installed. It doesn't cite versions, so it just requires some package that offers those functionalities. You say at least httpd is running, so RPM doesn't know about that. This looks like you installed packages directly from source (or dropped the contents of a tarball into the ...


Reading around it seems that RPM package manager is unable to track dependencies YUM adds automatic updates and dependency management for this I would prefer to use yum whenever is possible. I don't know exactly the problem in your case, but I would try to fix it using one of the following two approaches : Install rpm and resolve dependencies ...

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