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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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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How to Enable MOD_REWRITE in Ubuntu

A little note first: This is the most basic way to enable mod_rewrite. However, it’s not the best way. The more correct way would be to setup a vhost and change its config, but unless you are a professional and know exactly what you do this thing will do the job perfectly.

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Metro Theme For phpMyAdmin

phpMyAdmin supports themes since version 2.6.0. All themes are not compatible with all phpMyAdmin versions. You should upgrade your phpMyAdmin to use Metro themes with it.

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Installing ImageMagick for PHP on Ubuntu

iMagick is a wrapper class, wrapping the most common web image manipulation actions in easy to use functions, but allowing full access to iMagick’s power by issuing system calls to it’s command-line programs. There is no proper documentation for Installing ImageMagick for PHP on Ubuntu or any other LINUX based systems. Here is some simple steps for enabling ImageMagick library to work with PHP. Also there is no need to worry for MagickWand. iMagick will do everything for you.

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