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I am new to linux and php. I am installing cacti. for that PHP is needed.
I was able to fine /etc/php.d folder and php.ini file. Does it mean php is installed on my Linux box.
when i run php command using ssh it no such command found.
when I find for any php files in my system i return lots of files.
I am confused.
First I want to know php is installed or not.
If installed then which version is indstalled?
thanks in advance for all your help.
Yes, it's installed. If you're typing in php and it doesn't do anything, that means that PHP isn't in your path. Find php, add that path to yours, or just type in the full path name/command. Type in "man php" to see the options, I believe "php -v" will tell you what version you're running.