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I'm working on a localhost dev environment. For some reason, I decided to install PHP7 on the VM :-P. I also have WordPress and Magento 2 on the same VM, both of which have no issues with PHP7.

I've installed Magento 1.9 several times with no issues on other VMs (and ~PHP5.6), but this time the endpoint directs to "/magento1/index.php/install/" and returns a server 500 error. I see there is an extension that helps with PHP7 compatibility, but I assume that isn't helpful at the install phase. Is there a command-line install method for 1.9? I ended up going that route for Magento 2 and it was tops.

Any advice is appreciated!

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You can first add extension from github in your magento 1 app/code/local folder from here,

Magento 1 with PHP 7 Compatibility extension download from here

After that you can try to install magento 1 in your system. Now your installation should work fine.

Thanks.

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  • Perfect! That did it. Whodathought that extensions could be installed/functional pre-installation. Thanks Jul 13 '16 at 6:03

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