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I am having a hard time to figure out how to install the PHP7 modules for Apache 2.4 (httpd) in RedHat7. I've been looking in google and different sites, however is kind of hard to find documentation since this seems to be a weird issue due to my OS version.

php7 is already installed and running in my computer, and i am able to interpret php code via CLI.

I found this website that explains in details how install the module i need:

https://centos.pkgs.org/7/ius-x86_64/mod_php71u-7.1.28-1.ius.centos7.x86_64.rpm.html

It seems to be very clear that using the method indicated should work:

Install mod_php71u rpm package:

yum install mod_php71u

This is what i get after running yum.

No package mod_php71u available.
Error: Nothing to do

Any help is highly appreciated.

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  • Which PHP7 modules? How did you install the main PHP installation - via a package manager? From source? – ceejayoz May 9 at 19:27
  • I want to install mod_php7 for Apache and php7 was installed using rhel-server-rhscl-7-rpms installer. – Israelm May 9 at 19:29
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    "I've been looking in google and different sites, however is kind of hard to find documentation since this seems to be a weird issue due to my OS version." For RHEL7, your only resource is access.redhat.com/documentation/en-US/Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux/… Most search results are for CentOS/Fedora and they have significant differences from RHEL. If you are an enterprise user, use Red Hat support if you really want to learn the right things. – Lex Li May 10 at 3:49
  • Thanks for the negative points. Anyways... If somebody is interested to know how i solved this problem please go to this link: stackoverflow.com/questions/56065390/… – Israelm May 15 at 17:58

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