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Old 08-25-2013, 08:26 AM   #1
antuanS
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Zend Server installation on Slackware, howto?


Hello I
would like to install Zend Server on my Slackware, but it would seem that this is impossible and reserved for .deb rpm etc. Could someone give me some tips on how to proceed? I think there must be necessarily a solution.
Thank in advance
 
Old 08-26-2013, 05:44 AM   #2
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Dear anuanS:
Don't know if it would be a mees, but if it was absolutely necessary to install the program, I would:
Download the source,
convert the format to any slackware compatible form,
unpack it and compile it from scratch.

Regards,

Alejandro.
 
Old 08-26-2013, 10:05 AM   #3
antuanS
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Hi Adelabarra!

Absolutely necessary not to, but highly useful Yes...
I would like to use the Zend Framework with eclipse. There is a package all in one which is provided by Zend and that certainly works very well (links to classes, integration openShift PhpCloud etc), but the problem is that this package seems limited. Unless of course I bought 'Zend Studio' for a certain sum.
I'm currently watching on the side of 'maven and nexus'. I look at the same time, for possibility to create or to integrate a plugin, or even to create one with the starting package provided by zend. But my knowledge in this field are still a little thin, so I groping...
I still do not understand why they have planned their package for 'rpm, deb, windows' and not the other distros. It seems aberrant. So thanks for your proposal that I accept gladly, it would be simply awesome...
 
  


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