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How to Install and Configure PHP 7.0 Ubuntu 16.04

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I have been asked all for help with how to install PHP 7.0 and more on a Ubuntu system, and I finde this and I share with you....


Read all & then it may help to install PHP.
PHP and related packages are the most commonly used components when deploying a web server. In this article, we will learn how to setup PHP 7.0 or PHP 7.1 on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS.


This may be usefull for any one trying to install PHP on there Ubuntu 16.04.
Install and configure PHP 7.0

Since Ubuntu 16.04, PHP 7.0 has replaced PHP 5.x and become the default version of PHP in the official Ubuntu application repository.
You can install and configure PHP 7.0 on your Ubuntu 16.04 system as follows.
First of all, you can list all of the available PHP 7.0-related packages for review:


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From now on, you can install and configure PHP 7.1 in the same fashion as mentioned in the chapter about PHP 7.0 above.
Basically, replacing 7.0 with 7.1 in relevant commands will get your job done.
That's it.
Thanks for reading!
 
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Nice write up --

Just to add that you can check if PHP/Apache2 or NGINX has installed correctly or not by creating a file called index.php and put the following code in it
PHP:
<?php


phpinfo();


?>

and going to
PHP:
http://yourwebaddress/index.php

This shouLD show you some info on your PHP installation (If this works then remember to remove index.php file)
also its likely in your config that if you don't explicitly say to look at index.php then it will automatically look for the index.html file first ..
 
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