PHP Panda! Multi-PHP installer for Plesk (and others!)

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Re: PHP Panda! Multi-PHP installer for Plesk (and others!)

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Yes , the idea.... anyway there is at least one user who uses it to be able to have newer version of PHP available for websites.
Please can you explain what i should do with the php-handler file to exclude 5.2 from the dropdown list?
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Re: PHP Panda! Multi-PHP installer for Plesk (and others!)

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PHP 5.4.27 and PHP 5.5.11 updates are now available for the PHP Panda
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Re: PHP Panda! Multi-PHP installer for Plesk (and others!)

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Updates for PHP 5.6 beta 1 went out today. Enjoy!
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Re: PHP Panda! Multi-PHP installer for Plesk (and others!)

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Many updates to the Panda this week:

PHP 5.6 beta 2
PHP 5.5.12
and
PHP 5.4.28

The php 5.2 security fix backport effort is still ongoing, ther are a huge number of CVE's to go through still.
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Re: PHP Panda! Multi-PHP installer for Plesk (and others!)

Unread post by Jankrd »

Hey scott,

first of all: my english is bad and my knowledge about centos is worse.
I run a Root Server Linux Level 5 (v1405.A3/12.61) with CentOS 6 64bit + Plesk 12.0. On one domain I wanted to run shopware 5 and so I had the prob that I need a newer PHP. The easiest way seemed your PHP Panda. So I downloaded and installed it, but then it says that there is no plesk-php-panda package available. What went wrong?

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[root@h2299135 ~]# wget -q -O - http://www.atomicorp.com/installers/atomic sh
#!/bin/sh
# Name: Atomic Archive configuration script
# License: GPLv3
# Credits
#       Scott R. Shinn (atomicorp)
#       Andy Gredler  (rackspace)
if [ ! -f /etc/redhat-release ]; then
  echo "Error: /etc/redhat-release was not detected"
  exit 1
fi

RELEASE=`cat /etc/redhat-release | awk -F\( '{print $1}'`
ATOMIC_VER="2.0.14"
VERSION="1.0-19"
SERVER=updates.atomicorp.com
ARCH=`uname -i`
REDHAT=0

# Input validation function
# check_input <msg> <valid responses regex> <default>
# if <default> is passed on as null, then there is no default
# Example: check_input  "Some question (yes/no) " "yes|no"  "yes"
function check_input {
  message=$1
  validate=$2
  default=$3

  while [ $? -ne 1 ]; do
    echo -n "$message "
    read INPUTTEXT < /dev/tty
    if [ "$INPUTTEXT" == "" -a "$default" != "" ]; then
      INPUTTEXT=$default
      return 1
    fi
    echo $INPUTTEXT | egrep -q "$validate" && return 1
    echo "Invalid input"
  done

}




echo
echo "Atomic Free Unsupported Archive installer, version $ATOMIC_VER"
echo
echo "BY INSTALLING THIS SOFTWARE AND BY USING ANY AND ALL SOFTWARE"
echo "PROVIDED BY ATOMICORP LIMITED YOU ACKNOWLEDGE AND AGREE:"
echo
echo "THIS SOFTWARE AND ALL SOFTWARE PROVIDED IN THIS REPOSITORY IS "
echo "PROVIDED BY ATOMICORP LIMITED AS IS, IS UNSUPPORTED AND ANY"
echo "EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE"
echo "IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR"
echo "PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL ATOMICORP LIMITED, THE"
echo "COPYRIGHT OWNER OR ANY CONTRIBUTOR TO ANY AND ALL SOFTWARE PROVIDED"
echo "BY OR PUBLISHED IN THIS REPOSITORY BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT,"
echo "INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES"
echo "(INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS"
echo "OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION)"
echo "HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT,"
echo "STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE)"
echo "ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED"
echo "OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE."
echo
echo "===================================================================="
echo "THIS SOFTWARE IS UNSUPPORTED.  IF YOU REQUIRE SUPPORTED SOFWARE"
echo "PLEASE SEE THE URL BELOW TO PURCHASE A NUCLEUS LICENSE AND DO NOT "
echo "PROCEED WITH INSTALLING THIS PACKAGE."
echo "===================================================================="
echo
echo "For supported software packages please purchase a Nucleus license: "
echo "https://www.atomicorp.com/products/nucleus.html"
echo "All atomic repository rpms are UNSUPPORTED."

if [ ! $NON_INT ]; then
check_input "Do you agree to these terms? (yes/no) [Default: yes]" "yes|no" "yes                                                   "
query=$INPUTTEXT
fi

if [ "$query" == "no" ]; then
  echo "Exiting"
  echo
  exit 1
fi

if rpm -q atomic-release > /dev/null ; then
        if [ ! -f /etc/yum.repos.d/atomic.repo ]; then
                rpm -e atomic-release
#       else
#               echo
#               echo "atomic-release is already installed."
#               echo "Exiting...."
#               echo
#               exit 0
        fi

fi

echo
echo "Configuring the [atomic] yum archive for this system "
echo

if grep -q "Red Hat Linux release 9  " /etc/redhat-release ; then
  DIST="rh9"
  DIR=redhat/9
  echo
  echo "$RELEASE is no longer supported."
  echo
  exit 1
elif grep -q "Fedora Core release 2 " /etc/redhat-release ; then
  DIST="fc2"
  DIR=fedora/2
  echo
  echo "$RELEASE is no longer supported."
  echo
  exit 1
elif grep -q "Fedora Core release 3 " /etc/redhat-release ; then
  DIST="fc3"
  DIR=fedora/3
  echo
  echo "$RELEASE is no longer supported."
  echo
  exit 1
  #YUMDEPS="fedora-release python-elementtree python-sqlite python-urlgrabber yu                                                   m"
elif grep -q "Fedora Core release 4 " /etc/redhat-release ; then
  DIST="fc4"
  DIR=fedora/4
  YUMDEPS="fedora-release python-elementtree python-sqlite python-urlgrabber yum                                                   "
  PLESKREPO="plesk-fedora"
elif grep -q "Fedora Core release 5 " /etc/redhat-release ; then
  DIST="fc5"
  DIR=fedora/5
  YUMDEPS="fedora-release python-elementtree python-sqlite python-urlgrabber yum                                                   "
  PLESKREPO="plesk-fedora"
elif grep -q "Fedora Core release 6 " /etc/redhat-release ; then
  DIST="fc6"
  DIR=fedora/6
  YUMDEPS="fedora-release python-elementtree python-sqlite python-urlgrabber yum                                                    rpm-python"
  PLESKREPO="plesk-fedora"
elif grep -q "Fedora release 7 " /etc/redhat-release ; then
  DIST="fc7"
  DIR=fedora/7
  YUMDEPS="fedora-release python-elementtree python-sqlite python-urlgrabber yum                                                   rpm-python"
  PLESKREPO="plesk-fedora"
elif grep -q "Fedora release 8 " /etc/redhat-release ; then
  DIST="fc8"
  DIR=fedora/8
  YUMDEPS="fedora-release python-elementtree python-sqlite python-urlgrabber yum                                                   rpm-python"
  PLESKREPO="plesk-fedora"
elif grep -q "Fedora release 9 " /etc/redhat-release ; then
  DIST="fc9"
  DIR=fedora/9
  YUMDEPS="fedora-release python-elementtree python-sqlite python-urlgrabber yum                                                   rpm-python"
  PLESKREPO="plesk-fedora"
  DISABLE_PLESK=yes
elif grep -q "Fedora release 10 " /etc/redhat-release ; then
  DIST="fc10"
  DIR=fedora/10
  YUMDEPS="fedora-release python-elementtree python-sqlite python-urlgrabber yum                                                   rpm-python"
  PLESKREPO="plesk-fedora"
  DISABLE_PLESK=yes
elif grep -q "Fedora release 11 " /etc/redhat-release ; then
  DIST="fc11"
  DIR=fedora/11
  YUMDEPS="fedora-release python-elementtree python-sqlite python-urlgrabber yum                                                   rpm-python"
  PLESKREPO="plesk-fedora"
  DISABLE_PLESK=yes
elif grep -q "Fedora release 12 " /etc/redhat-release ; then
  DIST="fc12"
  DIR=fedora/12
  YUMDEPS="fedora-release python-elementtree python-sqlite python-urlgrabber yum                                                   rpm-python"
  PLESKREPO="plesk-fedora"
  DISABLE_PLESK=yes
elif grep -q "Fedora release 13 " /etc/redhat-release ; then
  DIST="fc13"
  DIR=fedora/13
 G YUMDEPS="fedora-release python-elementtree python-sqlite python-urlgrabber yu                                                   mrpm-python"
  PLESKREPO="plesk-fedora"
  DISABLE_PLESK=yes
elif grep -q "Fedora release 14 " /etc/redhat-release ; then
  DIST="fc14"
  DIR=fedora/14
  YUMDEPS="fedora-release python-elementtree python-sqlite python-urlgrabber yum                                                   rpm-python"
  PLESKREPO="plesk-fedora"
  DISABLE_PLESK=yes
elif grep -q "Fedora release 15 " /etc/redhat-release ; then
  DIST="fc15"
  DIR=fedora/15
  YUMDEPS="fedora-release python-elementtree python-sqlite python-urlgrabber yum                                                   rpm-python"
  PLESKREPO="plesk-fedora"
  DISABLE_PLESK=yes
elif grep -q "Fedora release 16 " /etc/redhat-release ; then
  DIST="fc16"
  DIR=fedora/16
  YUMDEPS="fedora-release python-elementtree python-sqlite python-urlgrabber yum                                                   rpm-python"
  PLESKREPO="plesk-fedora"
  DISABLE_PLESK=yes
elif grep -q "Fedora release 17 " /etc/redhat-release ; then
  DIST="fc17"
  DIR=fedora/17
  YUMDEPS="fedora-release python-elementtree python-sqlite python-urlgrabber yum                                                   rpm-python"
elif grep -q "Fedora release 18 " /etc/redhat-release ; then
  DIST="fc18"
  DIR=fedora/18
elif grep -q "Fedora release 19 " /etc/redhat-release ; then
  DIST="fc19"
  DIR=fedora/19
elif grep -q "Fedora release 20 " /etc/redhat-release ; then
  DIST="fc20"
  DIR=fedora/20
elif grep -q "Fedora release 21 " /etc/redhat-release ; then
  DIST="fc21"
  DIR=fedora/21
elif grep -q "Fedora release 22 " /etc/redhat-release ; then
  DIST="fc22"
  DIR=fedora/22
elif grep -q "Fedora release 23 " /etc/redhat-release ; then
  DIST="fc23"
  DIR=fedora/23
elif egrep -q "Red Hat Enterprise Linux (A|E)S release 3 " /etc/redhat-release ;                                                    then
  DIST="el3"
  DIR=redhat/3
  echo
  echo "$RELEASE is not supported at this time, you will need to configure yum m                                                   anually:"
  echo "see http://$SERVER/channels for instructions"
  echo
  exit 1
elif grep -q "CentOS release 3" /etc/redhat-release ; then
  DIST="el3"
  DIR=centos/3
  echo
  echo "$RELEASE is not supported at this time, you will need to configure yum m                                                   anually:"
  echo "see http://$SERVER/channels for instructions"
  echo
  exit 1
elif egrep -q "Red Hat Enterprise Linux (A|E|W)S release 4" /etc/redhat-release                                                    ; then
  REDHAT=1
  DIST="el4"
  DIR=redhat/4
  YUMDEPS="python-elementtree python-sqlite python-urlgrabber yum sqlite"
  PLESKREPO="plesk-redhat"
elif egrep -q "Red Hat Enterprise Linux.*release 5" /etc/redhat-release ; then
  REDHAT=1
  DIST="el5"
  DIR=redhat/5
  YUMDEPS="rpm-python python-elementtree python-sqlite python-urlgrabber yum sql                                                   ite"
  PLESKREPO="plesk-redhat"
elif egrep -q "Red Hat Enterprise Linux.*release 6" /etc/redhat-release ; then
  REDHAT=1
  DIST="el6"
  DIR=redhat/6
  YUMDEPS="rpm-python python-elementtree python-sqlite python-urlgrabber yum sql                                                   ite"
  PLESKREPO="plesk-redhat"
elif egrep -q "Red Hat Enterprise Linux.*release 7" /etc/redhat-release ; then
  REDHAT=1
  DIST="el7"
  DIR=redhat/7
  YUMDEPS="rpm-python python-elementtree python-sqlite python-urlgrabber yum sql                                                   ite"
  PLESKREPO="plesk-redhat"
elif grep -q "CentOS release 3" /etc/redhat-release ; then
  DIST="el3"
  DIR=centos/3
  YUMDEPS="centos-release python-elementtree python-sqlite python-urlgrabber yum                                                    sqlite"
  PLESKREPO="plesk-centos"
elif grep -q "CentOS release 4" /etc/redhat-release ; then
  DIST="el4"
  DIR=centos/4
  YUMDEPS="centos-release python-elementtree python-sqlite python-urlgrabber yum                                                    sqlite"
  PLESKREPO="plesk-centos"
elif egrep -q "(release 5|release 2011)" /etc/redhat-release ; then
  DIST="el5"
  DIR=centos/5
  YUMDEPS="rpm-python centos-release python-elementtree python-sqlite python-url                                                   grabber yum sqlite m2crypto"
  PLESKREPO="plesk-centos"
# Fc6 uses "release 6" so we need the whole thing here
elif egrep -q "(release 6|release 2012)" /etc/redhat-release ; then
  DIST="el6"
  DIR=centos/6
  YUMDEPS="rpm-python centos-release python-elementtree python-sqlite python-url                                                   grabber yum sqlite m2crypto"
  PLESKREPO="plesk-centos"
elif egrep -q "(release 7|release 2014)" /etc/redhat-release ; then
  DIST="el7"
  DIR=centos/7
  YUMDEPS="rpm-python centos-release python-elementtree python-sqlite python-url                                                   grabber yum sqlite m2crypto"
  PLESKREPO="plesk-centos"
else
  echo "Error: Unable to determine distribution type. Please send the contents o                                                   f /etc/redhat-release to support@atomicrocketturtle.com"
  exit 1
fi

ATOMIC=atomic-release-$VERSION.$DIST.art.noarch.rpm
# for up2date
SOURCES="yum atomic http://www.atomicorp.com/channels/atomic/$DIR/$ARCH"



# Yum install function
function installyum {
  opts=$1

  if [ ! -d atomic/yumdeps ]; then
    mkdir -p atomic/yumdeps/
  fi
  cd atomic/yumdeps
  if [ -f $DIST-$ARCH-yumdeps.tar.gz ]; then
    rm -f $DIST-$ARCH-yumdeps.tar.gz
  fi

  #echo "wget -q http://$SERVER/installers/yum/$DIST-$ARCH-yumdeps.tar.gz"
  wget -q http://$SERVER/installers/yum/$DIST-$ARCH-yumdeps.tar.gz || exit 1
  tar zxf $DIST-$ARCH-yumdeps.tar.gz


  for i in $YUMDEPS; do
    rpm --quiet --queryformat=%{NAME} -q $i || INSTALLDEPS="$i*rpm $INSTALLDEPS"
  done

  #echo "DEBUG $INSTALLDEPS"
  rpm -Uvh $opts $INSTALLDEPS

}


echo -n "Installing the Atomic GPG keys: "
if [ ! -f RPM-GPG-KEY.art.txt ]; then
  wget -q https://www.atomicorp.com/RPM-GPG-KEY.art.txt 1>/dev/null 2>&1
fi
rpm -import RPM-GPG-KEY.art.txt >/dev/null 2>&1

if [ ! -f RPM-GPG-KEY.atomicorp.txt ]; then
  wget -q https://www.atomicorp.com/RPM-GPG-KEY.atomicorp.txt 1>/dev/null 2>&1
fi
rpm -import RPM-GPG-KEY.atomicorp.txt >/dev/null 2>&1


echo "OK"


echo

if [ ! -f /usr/bin/yum ]; then

  echo "Yum was not detected. Attempting to resolve.. "
  echo

  # If were on RHEL4, ask if they want to convert to centos, or use up2date
  if [ "$REDHAT" == "1" ]; then
    echo
    echo "Redhat Enterprise Linux Detected.."
    echo "  If you do not have a valid RHEL subscription, this utility can be us                                                   ed"
    echo "  to convert this system to centos. If you do have a valid subscriptio                                                   n"
    echo "  just hit enter, or n to continue. The installer will add the [atomic                                                   ]"
    echo "  channel to up2date, and *attempt* to install yum."
    echo
    #echo -n "Convert this system to CentOS? (y/n) [Default: no]: "
    #read useyum < /dev/tty
    check_input "Convert this system to CentOS? (y/n) [Default: n]:" "y|n" "n"
    useyum=$INPUTTEXT

    if [ "$useyum" == "y" ]; then
      echo "Installing yum from CentOS"
      YUMDEPS="centos-release $YUMDEPS"
      PLESKREPO="plesk-centos"
      installyum
    else
      echo "Attempting to configure [atomic] for up2date"
      if egrep -q "^yum atomic" /etc/sysconfig/rhn/sources ; then
        echo "atomic channel detected"
      else
        echo $SOURCES >> /etc/sysconfig/rhn/sources
      fi
      echo "Attempting to set up yum for RHEL"
      echo -n "  Installing RPM GPG key: "
      wget -q http://www.atomicorp.com/installers/yum/RPM-GPG-KEY-c4 1>/dev/null                                                    2>&1
      rpm -import RPM-GPG-KEY-c4 >/dev/null 2>&1
      echo "OK"
      installyum "--nodeps"
      YUM=1
    fi

  else
    # for everyone else
    installyum
    YUM=1
  fi

else
  YUM=1
fi


if [ "$YUM" == "1" ]; then

  ATOMICRELEASE=0
    echo -n "Downloading $ATOMIC: "
    wget -q http://$SERVER/channels/atomic/$DIR/$ARCH/RPMS/$ATOMIC >/dev/null 2>                                                   &1 || exit $?

    if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
        echo "Error: File $ATOMIC not found."
        echo
        exit
    fi


    if [ -f $ATOMIC ]; then
        rpm -Uvh $ATOMIC  || exit 1
        rm -f $ATOMIC
    else
      echo "ERROR: $ATOMIC was not downloaded."
      exit 1
    fi

    echo "OK"
fi

if [ ! -f /etc/yum.repos.d/atomic.repo ]; then
        echo "Error: /etc/yum.repos.d/atomic.repo was not detected."
        exit 1
fi



if [ -f /etc/yum.repos.d/plesk.repo ]; then
  rm -f /etc/yum.repos.d/plesk.repo
fi

if [ ! $NON_INT ]; then
        echo
        check_input "Enable repo by default? (yes/no) [Default: yes]:" "yes|no"                                                    "yes"
        query=$INPUTTEXT
        if [ "$query" == "no" ]; then
                sed -i 's/enabled = 1/enabled = 0/' /etc/yum.repos.d/atomic.repo
        fi

fi


echo
echo
echo "The Atomic Rocket Turtle archive has now been installed and configured for                                                    your system"
echo "The following channels are available:"
echo "  atomic          - [ACTIVATED] - contains the stable tree of ART packages                                                   "
echo "  atomic-testing  - [DISABLED]  - contains the testing tree of ART package                                                   s"
echo "  atomic-bleeding - [DISABLED]  - contains the development tree of ART pac                                                   kages"
echo
echo

[root@h2299135 ~]# yum install plesk-php-panda
Loaded plugins: fastestmirror
Loading mirror speeds from cached hostfile
Setting up Install Process
No package plesk-php-panda available.
Error: Nothing to do
[root@h2299135 ~]#
Would be very kind if you could help me.

Greetings Jan
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Re: PHP Panda! Multi-PHP installer for Plesk (and others!)

Unread post by mikeshinn »

You didnt install the repository, you left the pipe symbol out your command. The correct command is:

wget -q -O - https://www.atomicorp.com/installers/atomic | sh

Cut and paste that command into your shell.
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Re: PHP Panda! Multi-PHP installer for Plesk (and others!)

Unread post by scott »

Updates now available for:

* PHP 5.6.11
* PHP 5.5.27
* PHP 5.4.43
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