Nick Howitt wrote:
Python 3.6 is available and you may even have it installed already:And all the packages (use these rather than "pip" if you can:
Made a typo.
I was looking for python-36 instead of python36
Nick Howitt wrote:
That is up to Tyler who is head down in the ClearPHONE launch at the moment. You can update to the Beta and it will work but a few things need to be tidied up. For example, I think rh-php72-php-fpm should really be restarted to have the change in php memory put into effect. I think there are some other bits he wanted to tidy up as well but I'm not sure want (apart from a cosmetic indentation issue in one file). I've had the beta running for a long time now, but I don't really use NC apart from testing and support.
I know the beta can be installed, but just wondering when it came to the repo as official release after 3 months
I'm not a linux-guru, but maybe this helps you on the way.
Your system is booting, but can not find the disk.
Login, by typing your system password
Check you /etc/fstab and look which UUID is linked to /boot
and check which UUID is linked to your bootdisk (/dev/sda1)
and check what is mentioned in the 2nd line (after thelines with #)
with me it is : UUID=5ca75b19-2f33-47be-b0d5-afaff650ca94 /boot xfs defaults 0 0
What intrigued me reading this list was the need to translate into Latin (Yes, I know it's a few years old but this is the first time reading it).
Visions of an enclave of Roman soldiers someplace that have aquired a ClearOS server for comunications to aid their battle srategy, forward looking Centurians... or maybe Quintus Ennius is forsaking his quill and ink-well, having discovered word processing... or more realistically, the Vatican has just purchased some ClearOS servers?
Sorry - couldn't resist...
Arnaud Forster wrote:
Thanks very much for your help..
do you mean chaning the port number here ?
Maybe from 9071 to 9072 ...
I'm really not expert but it seems each installed version of php listen to a specific port ... 9071 for php 7.1 and 9072 for php 7.2
Could it be that ?
Thanks again for your help
Try to change it to this;
The port number is the php version