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php-5.3.3-23 is available on RPM Bone for RHEL6.4: x86_64 x32 It's not the exact version you are after, but may fit the bill. If there are no dependency issues, then it should install.


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There are two problems: The first is that you do not have the execute permission: Add the permission for you with: $ chmod u+x yiic It gives u, the user - you - the x, execute permission. The second, separate issue is about how you call the program, and how it is found. Now you have the execute permission, but $ yiic will probably still give you a ...


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The permissions on the file yiic are not set so that it can be executed. -rw-r----- 1 srv50213 srv50213 75 Aug 4 21:05 yiic You can set it like so: $ chmod u+x yiic It should then look like this: -rwxr----- 1 srv50213 srv50213 75 Aug 4 21:05 yiic Why did test work? You may think that you were running test but in actuality you were running ...


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You don't have an active console when invoking the script from php. Add the -tt switch to your ssh command. -t Force pseudo-tty allocation. This can be used to execute arbitrary screen-based programs on a remote machine, which can be very useful, e.g. when implementing menu services. Multiple -t options force tty ...


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As far as iptables is concerned: ## default policy for OUTPUT iptables -P OUTPUT DROP ## allow related/established traffic, e.g. for incoming connections iptables -A OUTPUT -m state --state RELATED,ESTABLISHED -j ACCEPT ## whitelist some APIs (here 10.0.0.1) ## or package repositories, or your DNS (here 8.8.8.8), ... iptables -A OUTPUT -p udp --dport 53 ...


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NetBeans is by default Java IDE, the fastes way is to remove your version of NetBeans with sudo apt-get remove netbeans and download netbeans with php bundle from here. Then you can follow this tutorial for starters. The other way is to install php bundle plugin from netbens itself but I don't now this IDE that well and I don't want to say something ...


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You will want to look into symbolic links I believe.


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TL;DR. I found out where the problem lies! I had to sleep some time between some of the partitioning tasks. Apparently I stumbled upon concurrency issues. In-depth: It looks like when a process completes, it doesn't mean that kernel has already completed it's role in the process (in case kernel has to do something after given process). In my case, that ...



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