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Cakephp console error cake: line 30: exec: php: not found

If you getting the cakephp console error "./cake/console/cake: line 30: exec: php: not found" its a fairly simple fix to get things going again. This error simply means that the shell console couldn't find the PHP CLI (Command line interface), which can be installed to your Linux Debian or Ubuntu install with :-

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  1. apt-get install php5-cli
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(default) 11 queries took 2 ms
NrQueryErrorAffectedNum. rowsTook (ms)
1DESCRIBE `posts`17170
2DESCRIBE `comments`11111
3DESCRIBE `tags`220
4DESCRIBE `categories`220
5DESCRIBE `posts_tags`221
6DESCRIBE `categories_posts`220
7SELECT `Post`.`id`, `Post`.`url`, `Post`.`title`, `Post`.`icon`, `Post`.`metadesc`, `Post`.`metakeys`, `Post`.`categories`, `Post`.`tease`, `Post`.`body`, `Post`.`private_body`, `Post`.`created`, `Post`.`modified`, `Post`.`status`, `Post`.`allow_comments`, `Post`.`tags`, `Post`.`hitcount`, `Post`.`hitcount_rss` FROM `posts` AS `Post` WHERE `Post`.`url` = 'cakephp-console-error-cake-line-30-exec-php-not-found' LIMIT 1110
8SELECT `Comment`.`id`, `Comment`.`post_id`, `Comment`.`body`, `Comment`.`author`, `Comment`.`url`, `Comment`.`email`, `Comment`.`ip`, `Comment`.`status`, `Comment`.`junk_score`, `Comment`.`created`, `Comment`.`modified` FROM `comments` AS `Comment` WHERE `Comment`.`status` = 2 AND `Comment`.`post_id` = (90) 000
9SELECT `Tag`.`id`, `Tag`.`tag`, `PostsTag`.`post_id`, `PostsTag`.`tag_id` FROM `tags` AS `Tag` JOIN `posts_tags` AS `PostsTag` ON (`PostsTag`.`post_id` = 90 AND `PostsTag`.`tag_id` = `Tag`.`id`) 110
10SELECT `Category`.`id`, `Category`.`category`, `CategoriesPost`.`post_id`, `CategoriesPost`.`category_id` FROM `categories` AS `Category` JOIN `categories_posts` AS `CategoriesPost` ON (`CategoriesPost`.`post_id` = 90 AND `CategoriesPost`.`category_id` = `Category`.`id`) 110
11UPDATE `posts` AS `Post` SET `Post`.`hitcount` = Post.hitcount + 1 WHERE `Post`.`id` = 9010