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Yiic Command Not Found The yiic command used to create a application cannot be found.

#1 User is offline   Corne Lombaard 

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Posted 05 March 2013 - 03:22 AM

I am a complete beginner.

I have installed XAMPP on my Linux system and it work. I then extracted the yii framework to the htdocs folder. I set up the PATH to include the location of the framework directory

When I try and create an application using the yiic script I get an error 'Command not found'

The server is running and I have done all the rest of the stuff like the book tells me but it does not work.

Like I said I am new so if someone can help me I will really appreciate it allot


#2 User is offline   PrplHaz4 

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Posted 08 March 2013 - 02:01 PM

Two things to try for calling yiic:

php yiic.php


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Posted 20 March 2013 - 02:00 AM

create symlink in /usr/bin (UBUNTU) as yiic and set the path of framework/yiic. Then you can excecute the yiic command in anywhere.
Command (if framework path in /data/lib/php/yii)
go to /usr/bin and
ln -s /data/lib/php/yii/framework/yiic yiic
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Ubuntu 12.04--PHP 5.3.10(Yii v1.1.13)

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Posted 20 March 2013 - 02:35 AM

I think it's better to add it to the PATH variable in .bashrc:

# add Yii framework dir to PATH

"Less noise - more signal"

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