In this video I will explain how to install the latest PHP version on the Ubuntu operating system PHP 7.4 is the latest stable version available for installation Before any software installation, it is recommended to update the list of repository packages by running the command in the terminal Now install the necessary software Add the PHP repository to the list of sources First you need to update the list of repository packages by running the command in the terminal Then install PHP 7.x by running the command in the terminal Additionally, the necessary packages will be installed, some of which are standard PHP 7.x extensions Let’s install the most commonly used PHP 7.x extensions by running the command in the terminal Let’s find out the version of installed PHP by running the command in the terminal Create a test file that will return information about our server by running the command in the terminal Let’s make sure that the server correctly displays the content generated by the PHP script by opening this page in the browser After checking for security reasons, you need to delete this file by running the command in the terminal

Installing PHP 7.x on Ubuntu

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