Install PHP 5.6 on CentOS 7.2
CentOS is really slow to update versions of software's it maintains so we'll have to…
Python PIP is a package installed similar to Yum on CentOS. It is the recommend / preferred way of installing Python packages on machines.
To get started make sure you have the epel-release repo installed, make sure by running the following command:
If the repo wasn’t already installed, proceed with the installation. Once complete, issue the following command at shell:
To verify the installation, issue the following
You should see something like this
As is the case with CentOS repos, they focus more on stability than freshness, meaning you will often find older versions being shipped. This is fine, but in case you want to get the latest version of PIP, issue the following: