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I have successfully installed composer, but when i try to install drush and modify the .~/.bashrc file it returns Content-Type: text/html when i run any kinda of drush command.

Anyone seen anything like this? Sorry can't be more specific but can get you any info you need to be helpful..

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  • Here is a guide that may help you. Drush Installation – hazrat Oct 28 '15 at 17:38
  • That is the documentation I have followed. I should mention this is on a shared hosting box - Bluehost – SoundCheese Oct 28 '15 at 17:39
  • if you are installing it on remote server then its best to download zip file from there and paste it in bin. – Shabir A. Oct 28 '15 at 17:40
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If you see Content-Type: text/html when running Drush commands, it means that you are running Drush with php-cgi instead of php-cli.

If you already have php-cli on your system, set the environment variable DRUSH_PHP to point to the full path of php-cli. If you do not have it installed yet, try installing it and see if that clears up your trouble (sudo apt-get install php5-cli on Ubuntu).

  • The php5-cli may be already installed. To find out path to installed php versions run 'locate bin/php' (on linux). – Peter Lozovitskiy Nov 20 '17 at 3:13
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There are various ways for doing this:

  • If you are linux/ubuntu user you can simply do it with

    sudo apt-get install drush

  • if you are installing it on remote server just download the latest zip file from github and paste it in you bin directory on server home folder.

Hope this helps!

  • Both suggestions will only work with Version prior to 7. In Ubuntu / Debian you'll end up with a pretty old version. Drush is not supported by Linux package management systems since 7. github.com/drush-ops/drush/issues/1628 – rugar Oct 28 '15 at 20:46

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