Ubuntu 11.04 – LAMP Server Tutorial

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In this video I show you how to install Apache, MySQL, PHP and phpMyAdmin in Ubuntu 11.04. Terminal code: sudo apt-get install apache2 libapache2-mod-php5 mysql-server phpmyadmin

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19 Responses to “Ubuntu 11.04 – LAMP Server Tutorial”

  1. rameshhful Says:

    localhost/phpmyadmin not displaying?
    have i missed anything?

  2. Thomas Hryckewycz Says:

    Not really…

  3. sankarmullath Says:

    thankyou mark.. it wos awesome

  4. auradistorter Says:

    Amazing video bro! Thanks for the walkthough 🙂

  5. Adejel94 Says:

    Thank you!

  6. C12azy13ananas Says:

    You have to enable DHCP in order to get a dynamic IP.

  7. ryanphillips1660 Says:

    how do you make a nonstatic ip

  8. ProfessorWaldorf Says:

    By using a router I think.
    It’s bad for SEO, Google will see the websites as 1 website because they are on the same IP.

  9. ezimerman Says:

    How can one host multiple domains with one static IP?

  10. changyg11 Says:

    Click top-right icon on the screen, choose “system settings” and click on “system info”. It will show what the version of Ubuntu is.

  11. WaterGardenVista Says:

    How do I find out which version of Ubuntu I am using?

  12. Nabstylez Says:

    Got the same probs. re-installed ap2, mys & phpmyad several times, still nothing.

  13. odonacer Says:

    try to enter “sudo apt-get install phpmyadmin” into terminal

  14. Bengybenjamin Says:

    found the answer, when installing threw the terminal and you have to chose between apache2 and the other one, u have to press space first to select it then enter! im so silly 🙂

  15. Bambagar Says:

    same for me phpmyadmin wont open. Please leave a comment if you know how to fix it. thank you!

  16. Bengybenjamin Says:

    Just need some help, phpmyadmin wont open in firefox, just says not found, any ideas?

  17. odca06 Says:

    Just want to ask… i installed apache2, php5, mysql and phpmyadmin in my ubuntu terminal same as yours but i keep on redirecting to iana.org. what could be the problem with my setup?

  18. abdulwahab200 Says:

    hey i got an massage that apache2: could not reliably define the server name could you help me on that

  19. coderatt Says:

    Thanks dude, your awsome!

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