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Software Collections (SCL) are used on Red Hat and CentOS to provide updated versions of common programs. The package allows both a new version and original program to exist side-by-side.

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libffi.so.5() and libgdbm.so.2() dependency errors when installing scl Python package on CentOs machine

I am getting the errors shown below when trying to install a python package on CentOs machine using software collection. I am wondering if it is related to the version of CentOs used and the version ...
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How to enable Python automatically after restarting my Centos 6.5 machine?

I am using Software Collections Repository (SCL) to install Python 3 package "rh-python36" on Centos 6 machine. I am adding this script to .sh file located in the /etc/profile.d directory: #!/bin/...
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Running Drupal's drush cron jobs with a newer PHP version from Software Collections

How do you run Drupal's drush cron jobs when your server has a newer PHP version installed from Software Collections? The server is running Scientific Linux 7, which comes with PHP 5.4, but we need, ...
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devtoolset-1.1 install fails with Centos 7 docker container after working for months

This was working until recently. yum -y install wget gmp-devel rpm-devel mpfr-devel rpm wget -O /etc/yum.repos.d/slc6-devtoolset.repo http://linuxsoft.cern.ch/cern/devtoolset/slc6-devtoolset.repo ...
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How can I install old software collections packages on CentOS 6?

I have a Dockerfile for building on Centos 6 with GCC 5.3 that looks like this: FROM centos:6 RUN yum -y update && yum -y install centos-release-scl RUN yum -y update && yum -y ...
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sudo does not recognize new group

Why won't sudo recognize my group, in a fresh login after using groupadd? Our DigitalOcean CentOS comes with a borked sudo implementation. It's the following script, note well line #2: $ nl $(which ...
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gcc build error : cannot find -lssl

Hey all, i am trying to build a project called RamCloud on CentOS Linux release 7.4.1708 this project specifically requires gcc 4.9 and with my centos i only had gcc 4.8 so i had to : completely ...
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List packages in devtoolset

Using Linux 2.6.32-504.8.1.el6.x86_64 #1 SMP Fri Dec 19 12:09:25 EST 2014 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux. I mean to get all packages in a devtoolset (or any other scl, actually). I tried (1) $ scl -...
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Where is php.ini when SCL PHP is in effect?

We enabled SCL on CentOS 7 and installed Python 2.7, Apache 2.4 and PHP 7.1. It looks like the updated programs are being used. However, we seem to have a problem with PHP hardening. First, here is ...
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How to update Apache and PHP using SCL?

I'm testing an upgrade of PHP using SCLs. The testing is happening on a local VM so its OK to break things as we develop a procedure. Following The SCL Repositories I was able to update Python to 2.7....
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Enable Scriptlet Does Not Exist

I'm trying to run the below but it keeps coming back with this error warning: /opt/rh/devtoolset-4//enable scriptlet does not exist!. yum install epel-release yum install centos-release-scl cmake3 ...
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SCL in redhat 7 do not seem to work

I wanted to install PHP on a fresh install of Redhat 7. I looked at different options - remi, webtatic and SCL. I decided to go for SCL using- https://www.softwarecollections.org/en/scls/rhscl/rh-...
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Is there a free way to activate SCL RHEL 7

I wish to use the software collection of RHEL 7, but it seems theres is not free way to do that. Anyone knows ??
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Persistently enabling software collections

In my CentOS6 server, I use software collections which goes to the /opt directory on install, with the following format. /opt/repository_name/collection_name # eg /opt/remi/php56,/opt/rh/python27 ...
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Python 2.7 install on Scientific Linux 6 via SCL devtoolset

I understand Scientific Linux 6 uses Python 2.6.6 for several critical utils, including yum, according to this article How to install Python 27 on Centos 6 The simplest and hopefully cleanest install ...
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How do you install Django when there is a problem with scl?

scl is installed on RedHat 6. The man pages for scl work. I want to install Django. I believe that a prerequisite is to install SCL for Python. $scl -l returns nothing. I believe that this is a ...
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Enable SCL python27 so other RPMs can see it

Trying to create an RPM that uses Python 2.7 on a RHEL 6 machine. I'm using SCL to enable Python2.7 and building the RPM with it fine. However, when I try to install that RPM on a different system ...
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RH software collections enable for command run with sudo

We are using RH software collections for python34 and have the following in /etc/profile.d/scl_enable_python34.sh source scl_source enable rh-python34 This works perfectly for interactive users. ...
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One liner to enable some SCLs and a python virtual environment?

I'm writing a python 3.4 app on a centos box. Normally, when I have to reset my tmux session, such as after a reboot I do the following: [zippy@localhost ~]$ scl enable rh-python34 httpd24 bash [...
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Installing gdal python package inside Python27 Software Collection

I have a Centos 6.6 VM with the Python 2.7 SCL. I have gdal and gdal-devel installed. If I start the scl with sudo scl enable python27 bash and do a pip install gdal it fails on: gcc -pthread -fno-...
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How to permanently enable scl CentOS 6.4?

I installed a newer version of devtoolset (1.1) and was wondering how I would go about permanently setting these to be default. Right now, when I ssh into my server running CentOS, I have to run this ...