Install Apache 2.2, MySQL 5, PHP 5, phpMyAdmin for Linux Ubuntu 8.10

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Visit www.myownserver.info for more information and the high-quality video. This tutorial shows how to install Apache, MySQL, PHP5, and phpMyAdmin on Linux Ubuntu 8.10 using the Synaptic Package Manager. I also demonstrate how to install a GUI for Apache, which is an application called Rapache. Please visit http for how to fix Rapache and to join in the petition to keep Rapache alive!
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14 Responses to “Install Apache 2.2, MySQL 5, PHP 5, phpMyAdmin for Linux Ubuntu 8.10”

  1. migxp1 Says:

    PCLinuxOS just do a search for LAMP if you have PCLinuxOS KDE GNOME any PCLinuxOS. thats why PCLinuxOS Rocks

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  3. emailroy2002 Says:

    what screen capture did you use capturing this??

    tnx!

  4. MrRomanticHeart Says:

    thanx ,, u got high speed ADSl connection :p

  5. jsmith19810808 Says:

    Thats true only if your connecting outside of the localhost.

  6. chillindave Says:

    Change the port on what part? The simple answer is yes, but I will caution you that every time I’ve changed the port on my mysql server, some scripts don’t adapt very well and often result in errors when trying to connect.

    I have tutorials on my website, which is listed in the comments section of this video on how to run apache and mysql on different ports.

  7. L2DragonHunter Says:

    Checkout my MYSQL Brute Force

    watch?v=dMIjDgWbF98

  8. Jona578 Says:

    Right! :]

  9. geckobreeder69 Says:

    the video helped me out a ton. thank you. my school was having me do it via the terminal or command line

  10. Fabimmmmmmmmm Says:

    Very Good

  11. empire8281 Says:

    Thanx for the vid.. Very useful!!!

  12. vanyrow Says:

    thanks

  13. Frap357 Says:

    or you could just do;
    $ sudo apt-get install apache mysql php phpMyAdmin
    done 😉

  14. fareskox Says:

    Tanks.

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