Why not accept the PHP interpreter?

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You need to connect a PHP-interpreter in phpStorm settings.
Went through a lot of articles and free video tutorials - people just point the way to a folder with php or exe-schnick (but I have ubuntu)

If you specify just the path to the folder with php - phpStorm does not react. If point the way to specific file > - writes "Failed to parse script output validation"


The path to the binary phpStorm also does not react (update: made a mistake in the way that was an error):


Distributor ID: Ubuntu
Description: Ubuntu LTS 16.04.4
Release: 16.04
Codename: xenial

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Specify the path to the executable PHP file. Not to the folder, not the. ini and binary.

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