Installation DSP from Github to a CentOs6.5 remote server 500 Internal server error


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Hi,
I was trying to install DSP on my CentOs6.5 server from Github ,but failed.
I followed every step in the CentOS RedHat intallation instruction,except for the Open the Firewall for http step. CentOs6.5 doesn’t have the firewall–cmd command, so I did nothing about the http firewall setting.
Atfer I run sudo ./scripts/installer.sh –cv I got the error information below:
Could not load Auth 1.3.0r5: Invalid version string "1.3.0r5"
Could not load Auth 1.3.0r4: Invalid version string "1.3.0r4"
Could not load Auth 1.3.0r3: Invalid version string "1.3.0r3"
Could not load Auth 1.3.0r2: Invalid version string "1.3.0r2"
Could not load Auth 1.3.0r1: Invalid version string "1.3.0r1"
Could not load Auth_PrefManager2 2.0.0dev1: Invalid version string "2.0.0dev1"
Could not load Contact_AddressBook 0.1.0dev1: Invalid version string "0.1.0dev1"
Could not load Gtk_ScrollingLabel 0.1.0dev1: Invalid version string "0.1.0dev1"
Could not load Image_Graph 0.3.0dev4: Invalid version string "0.3.0dev4"
Could not load Image_Graph 0.3.0dev3: Invalid version string "0.3.0dev3"
Could not load Image_Graph 0.3.0dev2: Invalid version string "0.3.0dev2"
Could not load Image_Graph 0.3.0dev1: Invalid version string "0.3.0dev1"
Could not load Net_MPD 0.1.0dev1: Invalid version string "0.1.0dev1"
Could not load PEAR 1.10.0dev2: Invalid version string "1.10.0dev2"
Could not load PEAR 1.10.0dev1: Invalid version string "1.10.0dev1"
Could not load PEAR 1.9.5dev1: Invalid version string "1.9.5dev1"
Could not load PEAR_Manpages 1.10.0dev2: Invalid version string "1.10.0dev2"
Could not load Structures_DataGrid 0.9.1dev1: Invalid version string "0.9.1dev1"
Could not load Structures_DataGrid_DataSource_Array 0.2.0dev1: Invalid version string “0.2.0dev1”

Writing lock file
Generating optimized autoload files

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I enter the IP into my webBrowser and got the 500 Internal Server Error.
please help me with the problem
Thanks!