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Update PHP requirement in README #16774

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@sgiehl sgiehl commented Nov 23, 2020

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Guess doesn't make sense to show PHP 5.5 as requirement, even though Matomo 3 will be in LTS for a while...

We also should maybe update this page so the commands at least install php 7.2: https://matomo.org/docs/requirements/#recommended-configuration

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@Findus23 Findus23 commented Nov 23, 2020

We also should maybe update this page so the commands at least install php 7.2: https://matomo.org/docs/requirements/#recommended-configuration

I guess we can generalize them. At least on Debian e.g. php-fpm is always a metapackage that installs the proper version from the repo.

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@tsteur tsteur commented Nov 23, 2020

@Findus23 be great to adjust that guide too. Does it work to simply replace 7.0 with eg 8.0 or 7.4?

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@Findus23 Findus23 commented Nov 23, 2020

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You can simply replace it with

$ sudo apt-get install php php-curl php-gd php-cli mysql-server php-mysql php-xml php-mbstring

as all of these packages exist in both Debian and Ubuntu and will install the proper version.

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@tsteur tsteur commented Nov 23, 2020

Thanks @Findus23 updated it and also prepared matomo-org/developer-documentation#397

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