[Ubuntu 10.04 Tutorial] Install LAMP as Web Server (Linux+Apache+MySQL+PHP)

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22 Responses to “[Ubuntu 10.04 Tutorial] Install LAMP as Web Server (Linux+Apache+MySQL+PHP)”

  1. Icodebreaker Says:

    thanks it perfectly work,,,,… so easy

  2. Buebeer Says:

    Thank you for the clear and cut tutorial very helpfull, thank you!

  3. mac7915 Says:

    are they open source?

  4. zurriagazo71 Says:

    How come you didn’t need to configure /etc/apache2/apache2.conf to make it work??

    I had to add the following at the end of the file and then worked!

    #This for configuring phpmyadmin with apache webserver
    Include /etc/phpmyadmin/apache.conf

  5. frontierdragon Says:

    very much usefull video… Quite simple and to the point.
    Thumbs up for you !!! /

  6. ScottNYC113 Says:

    great vid, thank you… one question where do i put files that i want to view. like html files,php files, css files? for example the testing php file u made, where was that located for the local host to be able to view it?

  7. MakingMovesMajor Says:

    Failed to fetch errors….. what the fuck

  8. RubirosaVillalona Says:

    @DreamDanceify

    same here
    i am running Ubuntu 10.10 off virtual box on vista home edition 32 bit

  9. sutanug Says:

    @credekk thank u I had the same problem;

  10. sutanug Says:

    @credekk thank you I had the same problem ; I am relly grateful to you

  11. credekk Says:

    @DreamDanceify

    I had the same thing. Google knows everything :

    gksudo gedit /etc/apache2/apache2.conf

    add the following line of code inside apache2.conf:
    Include /etc/phpmyadmin/apache.conf

    It’s working 😉

  12. credekk Says:

    @DreamDanceify

    1 minutę temu

    I had the same thing – you need to add the following line of code inside apache2.conf:

    Include /etc/phpmyadmin/apache.conf

    it’s working for me 😉

  13. Randomgamerdudes Says:

    It wouldnt let me install phpmyadmin…

  14. jeroeniskoning Says:

    “The future will be open.”

  15. DreamDanceify Says:

    nice, i did 1:1 after tutorial, but PMA isnt workin.
    Not Found

    The requested URL /phpmyadmin was not found on this server.
    Apache/2.2.14 (Ubuntu) Server at localhost Port 80

  16. boklam Says:

    thanks your instructions were great and flawless

  17. Aenemya Says:

    Very helpful and good explained tutorial. Thanks 🙂

  18. pcrat54 Says:

    I love when people create a DETAILED tutorial like this. Good Job! not like others where they dont explain crap, and just say click this click that.
    Nice Job again!

  19. xxwixerxx Says:

    nice !!!!!

  20. ycbeta Says:

    @curby0911

    Hi,

    I think u can try to uninstall phpmyadmin first by the following steps:

    1. Edit the file /var/lib/dpkg/info/phpmyadmin.prerm and add the following behind “# Package maintainer’s commands follow:”

    . /usr/share/debconf/confmodule

    2. run command in terminal:

    sudo apt-get remove phpmyinstall

    Then, re-install phpmyadmin again and make sure to choose “apache2” this time.

    hope it helps.

    Cheers

  21. curby0911 Says:

    First of all awesome vid, thanks. While i was installing the phpadmin and sql i didnt select the server it was suppose to use. is there a way to get back to this process of selecting the server and adding the passwrod to phpadmin as well?

  22. BaziJoeUK Says:

    superb!

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