How To Install LAMP on Ubuntu

About LAMP

LAMP stack is a group of open source software used to get web servers up and running. The acronym stands for Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP. Since the virtual private server is already running Ubuntu, the linux part is taken care of. Here is how to install the rest.

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Valid US Address for Developer Testing.

Many street addresses include a direction (e.g. E = EAST):

An example with the optional latter 4 digits of the zip code:

With an apartment/suite/etc. number (which many addresses don’t have):

If you don’t have room for the apartment/suite/etc. number on the street address line:

Many different terms for street type, or abbreviations for them, might follow the street name.

“PO Box” and “POB” are two valid ways of saying “Post Office Box.”

Some variants exist. In certain regions, some addresses have a direction after the street name.

If an address has two conflicting lines, such as a post office box line and a street address line, the lower line will normally be used if mail can be delivered to that address. Most often conflicting lines are not used.

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How To Set Up Apache Virtual Host on Ubuntu


Before you begin this tutorial, you need to have Apache installed in order to work through these steps. If you haven’t already done so, you can get Apache installed on your server through apt-get:

After these steps are complete, we can get started.

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Remove Shortcut Arrows from Desktop Icons in Windows

In all versions of Windows, whenever you place a shortcut on the desktop, it will overlay an arrow in the bottom left-hand corner as a visual sign that it’s a shortcut. If you don’t care to have that arrow, you can remove it in a couple of different ways. In this article, I’ll talk about a registry hack and also about a freeware utility that gets the job done.

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