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I have installed magento 2 in my ubuntu and I tried to run magento setup, it print the index.php code.

Help me.

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There are 3 possibilities:

1. You don't have PHP installed. In that case run:

sudo apt-get install php php-mysql

2. You have PHP installed but not enabled. You can try running:

sudo a2enmod php7  
sudo service apache2 restart  

3. You have PHP installed and enabled but you haven't restarted apache.

sudo service apache2 restart
  • Thanks for response, I will check and let you know. – Sakthivel May 20 at 7:15
  • Hi, I tried your instructions Everything is well. But I tried to run the page again, shown localhost is currently unable to handle this request. (HTTP ERROR 500). – Sakthivel May 20 at 7:33
  • try to sudo chmod -R 777 /"your files location" – Savan Patel May 20 at 8:36
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if you have above answer, depending on which magento 2 version you are trying to install.

for e.g. if you are going with > 2.3 you must be needing php

~7.1.3 ~7.2.0.

if that's not the case with you, then coming towards your 500 error. which usually means something is not right with the code. the possible url might not exist.

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