How to Install Zend Server CE on Fedora 16 “Verne”

Zend Server is a PHP application server for Windows and Linux available in two edition Zend Server and Zend Server Community edition. Zend Server Community Edition is a fast and reliable PHP application stack. It is completely free, and you can use it in development, testing and production. It supports  Red Hat Enterprise Linux, CentOSFedora Core, Oracle Enterprise Linux, Debian and Ubuntu. On Windows, Zend Server is supported on Windows Server 2003/2008, XP, Vista and Windows 7.

 

Features:

Zend Server Community Edition contains a subset of features from the full Zend Server stack and runs on Windows, Linux and OS X.
  • Native installation – Windows MSI, Debian deb, Red Hat yum installation
  • Certified PHP
  • Zend Framework – ZF installation and updates as part of the native installation package
  • Apache or IIS integration
  • Java connector – Integrates existing Java functionality as PHP code
  • Web-based administrator console
  • Debugger interface
  • Bytecode acceleration – Keeps compiled code in shared memory, increasing performance by reducing disk access and CPU processing time
  • Data Caching API

Here is the tutorial about installing Zend Server Community Edition 5.6.0 on Fedora 16.

Step 1: Open Terminal (Applications —> System Tools —> Terminal).

Step 2: Switch to root user.

[raj@geeksite~/]$ su

Step 3: Add repository file for Zend Server.

[root@geeksite~/]# vi /etc/yum.repos.d/zend.repo

Step 4: Add the following content.

[Zend]
name=Zend Server
baseurl=http://repos.zend.com/zend-server/rpm/$basearch
enabled=1
gpgcheck=1
gpgkey=http://repos.zend.com/zend.key
 
[Zend_noarch]
name=Zend Server - noarch
baseurl=http://repos.zend.com/zend-server/rpm/noarch
enabled=1
gpgcheck=1
gpgkey=http://repos.zend.com/zend.key

Step 6: Install Zend Server Community Edition.

### Zend Server Community Edition With PHP 5.2 ###

[root@geeksite~/]# yum install zend-server-ce-php-5.2

### Zend Server Community Edition With PHP 5.3 ###

[root@geeksite~/]# yum install zend-server-ce-php-5.3

Once installed navigate your browser to https://localhost:10082/ZendServer (secure) or http://localhost:10081/ZendServer.

Accept the license agreement.

Create the new password.

Click on Finish.

You will get the home page of Zend Sever Community Edition.

Post Installation Configuration:

you intend to use PHP and other tools provided by Zend Server Community Edition (pear and pecl) from the command line (PHP CLI), it is recommended that you add the <install_path>/bin directory to your $PATH environment variable.

This can be done in two ways:

Per user profile:

The following procedure is intended for use with bash. If you are using a different shell, adjust the procedure accordingly.

To add the <install_path>/bin directory to your $PATH environment variable per user profile:

Using a text editor, open .bashrc (located in your home directory).

[raj@geeksite~/]$ vi ~/.bashrc

Add the following lines to the end of the file:

PATH=$PATH:<install_path>/bin

LD_LIBRARY_PATH=$LD_LIBRARY_PATH:<install_path>/lib

Replace <install_path> with your Zend Server Community Edition installation path.

Save the file.

In order for this to take effect, close and reopen your shell or run the following command:

[raj@geeksite~/]$ source ~/.bashrc

You can now run the PHP binary provided by Zend Server Community Edition without typing its full path.

For all users:

To add the <install_path>/bin directory to your $PATH environment variable for all users:

Using a text editor, open /etc/profile.

[root@geeksite~/]# vi /etc/profile

Add the following lines to the end of the file:

PATH=$PATH:<install_path>/bin

LD_LIBRARY_PATH=$LD_LIBRARY_PATH:<install_path>/lib

Replace <install_path> with your Zend Server Community Edition installation path.

Save the file.

In order for this to take effect, close and reopen your shell or run the following command:

[root@geeksite~/]# source /etc/profile

You can now run the PHP binary provided by Zend Server Community Edition without typing its full path.

That’s all.

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