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Don't tell me I need a server, because I can manually go to terminal and write "php filename.php" and it will run it successfully for me. I just need to know how I can do it from Geany.

Proof:

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gnome-terminal -e "php %f" is what I had in mind, but it doesn't work, gives an error. Any suggestions?

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    Try just php %f - the default Geany execution environment already already knows to use your session's x-terminal-emulator – steeldriver Jun 15 '14 at 1:22
  • @steeldriver Tried this, didn't run at all? Where is it supposed to output? – hexagonest Jun 15 '14 at 1:25
  • It should pop up a terminal window when you invoke the execute action. Where did you write php "%f"? it should go in the Execute box under the Build --> Set build commands menu item. Note I missed the double quotes in my previous comment. – steeldriver Jun 15 '14 at 1:38
  • @steeldriver Weird, that doesn't work for me. – hexagonest Jun 15 '14 at 1:43
  • @steeldriver oops, I guess I didn't quote it. Works fine, thanks! – hexagonest Jun 15 '14 at 14:25
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Answering my own question.

Use the command php "%f". It should automatically run it in the little window on the bottom.

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