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Install Composer on Webfaction
cd $HOME
ln -s `which php54` ~/bin/php
export PATH=$HOME/bin:$PATH
curl -sS | php54
echo -e "\n# Composer\nalias composer=\"php54 \$HOME/composer.phar\"" >> $HOME/.bash_profile
source $HOME/.bash_profile

It works! thanks a lot!

Thanks man!

Awesome! Thank you!

I have returned to this thread twice now for different webfaction accounts. Thanks for doing this.

Thank you!

Gracias (Y)


dxii commented Aug 11, 2015

Works perfect.

starred. thanks!


awesome!!! thank you!!! 👍

THANK YOU! This was so helpful!

Thanks a lot!

This script is very useful, it worked not only for webfaction. Thanks!

aricore commented Jul 27, 2016

Thank you!!!

Couldn't find this anywhere in the webfaction documentation. Thanks!

dhigby commented Feb 19, 2017 edited

Thanks so much!!!
I replaced all php references with php70 and it worked great!


Thank you for that comment. I was racking my brain trying to get some php7 dependencies to work. I can verify that replacing instances of php54 with php70 did work.

A few small updates:

cd $HOME
ln -s `which php56` ~/bin/php
export PATH=$HOME/bin:$PATH
curl -sS | php56
echo -e "\n# Composer\nalias composer=\"php56 \$HOME/bin/composer.phar\"" >> $HOME/.bash_profile
source $HOME/.bash_profile
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