This seems to be another of those situations with Linux / CentOS7, where it is harder or much harder than it needs to be. I figured, although I am not 100 sure that I need Zend Optimizer, which is now called Zend Guard. I signed up to the http://zend.com
website (I cant download or get the url for the download without signing up), downloaded the version for 64 bit Liux from there, and fine that is needed, which is called ZendGuardLoader.so is not there. I run
find /home/user_one/ZendGuard -name "*.so"
I got a list of files, but nothing close to what I've been looking for. The file that I go from zend.com is called "ZendGuard-7.0.0-linux.gtk.x86_64.tar" and it is 76.4 MB in size. Some kind of akward files there containing "eclipse" in their names, I am not sure what this is. So every person who wants to install IonCube Loader on current CentOS systems, or lets say all Linux systems (which is probably a lot) downloads that?
Or am I doing something wrong here? This is most likely the case. I am basing this on two tutorials with the same content (to do what I've just described) that I've found on good and legitimate source on the Net.