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how to install symfony on CentOS or Red-Hat?

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Hello group,

I'm new to symfony and planning to install it on a CentOS (RedHat). The instruction I found on its website points to Debian and Ubuntu.

1) Where can I find the instructions for Red-Hat or similar distro?

2) Does Symfony also have eCommerce support? where can I learn about it?


Thanks,
ak
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by:martin_2110
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I don't see anything for installing it on centos/rhel. Your best bet is to try the suse install doc http://trac.symfony-project.org/wiki/InstallingSymfonyOnSUSE100

Suse is based on redhat so it may work.
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by:ai_ja_nai
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get alien , a tool to convert deb files to rpm format and install the version on the website
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by:phirana
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Why not use the freeze task? That way you will not need to install it on the server. Also, all your projects will be deployed with the version of Symfony that they were built with.

Also if you do want to install Symfony I would recommend via PEAR - its a very simple process.
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by:akohan
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Hello Phirana,

I'm new to symfony and have no idea what "freeze task" is!
would you please give me some help on this? either link or ....

Thanks,
ak
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Sure,

command:
symfony project:freeze symfony_data_dir

http://www.symfony-project.org/book/1_2/16-Application-Management-Tools

Are you using 1.2?
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Thanks. I just downloaded 1.2 I guess that is the latest version.

Regards,
ak
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