Two versions of PHP installed?


Redhat made a documentation on this, this should be nicer

I will add it to our software collection modules in the wiki

Wow, this is great. Can’t wait to test it.

Do you know if there’s another ISO release planned any time soon?


The 7.5.1804 ISO that I used to install had an installer that kept failing, so I wasn’t able to install any other way than the automated installer, and somehow I borked my LVM so now it’s not booting.

I’d like to modify partition strategy during installation just to be a plain XFS, EXT4 or BTRFS installation (preferably the latter so I can take snapshots easily for testing purposes).

I could submit another thread or bug report if you would like, but it’s an old ISO so I’m not sure it’s relevant anymore.

Specifically, anaconda wouldn’t recognize any changes I made to the partition structure, I kept trying over and over and each time it would revert back to the structure existing on the SSD until finally after the 5th time the installer crashed entirely.

Btw, in case it matters, the test env I’ve been using this time is bare-metal:

Supermicro X9SCL-F BIOS v2.3 IPMI v3.3
Xeon E3-1230v2 socket 1155
LSI 9207-4i4e 2008 chipset SAS 
300GB Intel S3500 SSD (G3)
1G NICs:
Intel 82574L and 82579LM
10G NIC:
Chelsio S320E-CXA

The Nethserver 7.6 ISO was released a few weeks back; IIRC. It’s on the download page:

PHP SCL is not an ISO or included in the ISO, it is a module from the stephdl repo. As @stephdl said, please see php-scl [NethServer Wiki]

Yep the link is

Great, I’ll try it - do you know if anyone else was complaining about the installer? (I’ll do a forum search ASAP)

Sounds good, thanks :slight_smile: