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It's pretty clear what's happening here. php56u requires httpd from CentOS base. But you installed httpd from Amazon repository. Generally IUS is compatible with a standard CentOS/RHEL. I seriously doubt IUS tests for compatibility with Amazon repositories (hint: IUS was built for Rackspace customers, it's sponsored by Rackspace and Rackspace is pretty much ...


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You installed the wrong packages. You've added the upstream nginx repository to your server, but in this repo the nginx package is simply named nginx. There are no other packages to install; those are Debian-specific (and often confusing). To resolve the problem, remove the packages you installed, then install the nginx package. sudo apt-get purge ...


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You need to add listen [IP:]80; inside of the server section in your _includes/XXX.conf file.


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Problem is that php5-mysql package depends on libmysqlclient18, which depends on mysql-common: # apt-cache depends php5-mysql php5-mysql Depends: libc6 Depends: libmysqlclient18 .... # apt-cache depends libmysqlclient18 libmysqlclient18 Depends: mysql-common Depends: libc6 Depends: zlib1g PreDepends: multiarch-support multiarch-support:i386 ...


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You would do better to build an RPM in the first server (the compiling, linking, installing would be steps in your RPM building workflow) and copy that RPM to the new server. Not only would this give you a more repeatable, reusable work-product, but it would better align with the OS standard for code distribution, and would enable you to use RPM's built-in ...



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