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    Hi Guys!

    I am trying to install OroCRM for hours. Unfortunately it’s not working. :-(

    See the commands performed for installation. Typed exactly as it is below in the same order:

    Apparently attend all mandatory requirements. see:
    *Unfortunately I could not install Node.js for server limitation.
    Server details

    PHP Command Line Interface
    – This is available via your ssh user.
    php-cli -v
    PHP 5.3.24 (cli) (built: Apr 24 2013 11:24:37)
    Copyright (c) 1997-2013 The PHP Group
    Zend Engine v2.3.0, Copyright (c) 1998-2013 Zend Technologies
    with the ionCube PHP Loader v4.5.3, Copyright (c) 2002-2014, by ionCube Ltd.

    PHP EXTENSIONS:GD 2.0 and above
    – The GD Version is 2.1.0 compatible as shown at http://www.bebesbrasil.com.br/nexinfo.php

    – installed using version 1.2.1

    – mcrypt is installed and using 2.5.8

    PCRE 8.0 and above
    – PCRE (Perl Compatible Regular Expressions) Support is enabled and using version 8.32

    – SimpleXML is enabled

    – tokenizer is enabled

    Could someone tell me please what am I doing wrong?

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    Hello, bebesbrasil.

    – symfony/icu v1.2.2 requires lib-icu >=4.4 -> the requested linked library icu has the wrong version installed or is missing from your system, make sure to have the extension providing it.

    You should check whether lib icu is installed on your environment, and if not – install it. You can check that in following way:



    Hello, Yevhen Shyshkin. Thanks for your help.

    I typed the command in my terminal and received the following:

    This means that I have to upgrade to a version greater than or equal to 4.4? If so, could you tell me what command should I use to do this update?


    > This means that I have to upgrade to a version greater than or equal to 4.4?

    > what command should I use to do this update?
    It depends on your environment and package manager, see manuals for your linux distribution.



    Right. Many thanks for the help!



    Hello. I was able to continue the installation, but now I see this error on the browser screen.

    Clear cache before database initialization Done
    Drop current schema Done
    Clear entities cache Done
    Clear extended entities data Done
    Schema update Failed
    Load workflow definitions Skipped
    Load processes configuration Skipped
    Load fixtures Skipped

    I honestly have no idea how to solve this. :-(


    Please, put here content of file app/logs/oro_install.log – it contains detailed installation log, so there might be a reason of installtion failure.



    Yes, here it is.


    Please, check this error, look’s like modification in Kernel:PHP Parse error: syntax error, unexpected '[' in /chroot/home/bebesbra/bebesbrasil.com.br/html/crm/platform-application/vendor/oro/platform/src/Oro/Bundle/DistributionBundle/OroKernel.php on line 284

    After that, please, recreate your DB and try to install application again.



    Sorry, did not quite understand what I do. I am beginner in this. I looked at the OroKernel.php file but it seems all right.


    Oh, I see… You have PHP 5.3.24, and Oro requires >= 5.4.9. Please, install newer version and try again.



    Yeah … I’m actually using PHP 5.4. Already recreated the database but the error continues.



    According to your previous php CLI output you have php 5.3:

    But phpinfo output tells that you have 5.4:

    Maybe you have different php versions for different virtual hosts?

    About error – is it the same? Because previous error appears only on 5.3 because of short array syntax that was introduced only on 5.4.



    Hi, Yevhen Shyshkin.
    I upgraded PHP to version on my hosting. see:

    Recreated the database and redid the installation. But the same error continues, both on the browser page and in the log file.


    Please, check php version via phpinfo() via browser.

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