LAMP server

السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته

2day we will make a LAMP server which means : Linux+Apache+Mysql+php

our linux distribution is : Debian

working with any rpm based distribution  will be almost so close to these steps but using  yum / rpm

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1.Connect:

1.we have connected to the server where Debian is installed through ssh session.

$ ssh trainee@trainees.espace-technologies.com

2.we were able to attain the ip of the server to make sure that we are connected by nslookup (domain name).

3.we can check the connectivity using ping command.

$ ping 174.37.94.136

Note:

We tried to connect to the server through ssh session using unknown port but there was a firewall on the unknown ports. link to a new wiki page

2.Installing apache server

# apt-get upgrade update

# apt-get install apache2

Note:

After the installation of the apache server a notification was occured telling us that it couldn’t resolve the host name and that was because there wasn’t a /etc/hosts file. so, we solved this problem by creat /etc/hosts and put the ip and hostname in the file.

we have tested that the apache server is already installed by writting the domain name in the browser…..>“It works”was the output.

3.Installing Mysql server

# apt-get install mysql-server

through the installation we were asked to put a password for the root

4.Installing php

# apt-get install phpmyadmin

through the installation we were asked about the server to be used by php and we choosed apache2.

Note:

We installed phpmyadmin instead of php5 to get use of phpMyadmin utility and also because the php5-mysql already exists.

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