How to install Apache 2, MySQL, PHP 5 in Ubuntu 9.04

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Visit www.myownserver.info for more information. This tutorial shows you how to install Apache 2, MySQL 5, phpMyAdmin 3, Rapache GUI for Apache, and PHP 5 on your Linux Ubuntu Jaunty 9.04 PC. In my next video, I explain also how to fix Rapache 0.7 for Ubuntu 9.04, which both videos are combined on my website. Please visit http for how to fix Rapache and to join in the petition to keep Rapache alive!

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13 Responses to “How to install Apache 2, MySQL, PHP 5 in Ubuntu 9.04”

  1. m4airsoftmaster Says:

    hi i did every thing in this tutorial and i also install some social networking soft ware but i had to restart the computer it was on and when i turned the computer on and typed to go to the website i get a 404 error and i can physically see the index.php i could really use some help on this matter any help is appreciated and thanks for puting up this tutorial

  2. laercioavelino Says:

    @networknerd007 @networknerd007 hey man, so sorry, my desktop tricky me for a while, and when it had come back working ok, it was set bad vote. I would like to ask u for pologize.

  3. laercioavelino Says:

    @networknerd007 hey man, so sorry, my desktop tricky me for a while, and when it had come back working ok, it was set bad vote. I would like to ask u for pologize.

  4. sciencoking Says:

    Thanks for the quick reply, i thought i was doing something wrong (as I said, i installed ubuntu yesterday and i’m quite a noob)!

    btw: I can find apache’s document directory or the config file that contains the path. Can you tell me where those are? Thanks again!

  5. networknerd007 Says:

    @sciencoking Thanks for sharing that! I was afraid that would happen since the developer of Rapache hasn’t updated it since before 9.04 and it has been reported by many for not working, which means it gets removed eventually if the developer doesn’t fix it. Rapache is really nice and it sucks to see it go, but it just happens that way sometimes…

  6. sciencoking Says:

    I can find rapache in the package manager. apt-get won’t find it either.

    Iḿ running ubuntu 10.04 beta (since yesterday :P)

  7. Rodnox Says:

    type the following command in the terminal and you can skip the video to 5:20 .. 😀

    sudo apt-get install apache2 mysql-server phpmyadmin php5 rapache

  8. jadlerhalofan Says:

    it would be nice to see how to do this without a direct internet connection…

  9. damiandevlin Says:

    thanks for the vid

  10. cue4589 Says:

    What recording program you are using in ubuntu

  11. mantisae121 Says:

    Pronounced “oo-BOON-to”

  12. itsbrad212 Says:

    thanks 4 the tut. i subbed! and 5 STARS :{D

  13. janxol Says:

    You explained everything very clearly and at the right pace. This has helped me enormously. Thank you!

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