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The xampp control Panel has a default GUI for linux, No need to create it, its already there. Open a terminal and type: sudo /opt/lampp/manager-linux-x64.run For 64 bit version or sudo /opt/lampp/manager-linux.run For 32 bit version.


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There are lots of guides there for apache2 + php-fpm setup on Ubuntu. But yes they do not speak about directory permission and I have been seeing people in my orgainzation struggling with it time to time. Here is the general setup which you should look at: Apache should run as www-data user The php-fpm should be running as www-data user. www-data 1591 ...


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I finally figure it out. PostgreSql module is installed in the directory /opt/lampp/postgresql To remove it just run the command sudo /opt/lampp/postgresql/uninstall


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Type the commands below in terminal(Ctrl+Alt+T). It works for me... sudo ln -s /usr/share/phpmyadmin /var/www/html/phpmyadmin sudo /etc/init.d/apache2 reload


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I had a similar issue: no problems importing dumps but on 3 Ubuntu 14.04 MySQL servers, the databases disappeared after a reboot. During the initial setup, I had changed my.cnf to point to a new database location, disabled MySQL in Apparmor and used 'sudo /etc/init.d/mysql restart' to update MySQL. The problem is /etc/init.d/mysql no longer properly stops ...


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You can set up a DHCP server on the network and use that to resolve hostnames, eg https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DHCPv6 Many home routers can serve DHCP. You could also use the /etc/hosts file to name IP addresses, but this will only work on a computer where you configure the /etc/hosts file.


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example: $ mkdir /home/myuser/proyects/php/myproyect $ cd /var/www/ $ sudo ln -s /home/myuser/proyects/php/myproyect . now you need: 1) set apache as owner of your proyect $ sudo chown myuser:www-data /home/myuser/proyects/php/myproyect -R 2) set +x permissions on each folder to your path $ sudo chmod +x /home/myuser/proyects $ sudo chmod +x ...


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open terminal then write sudo gedit /etc/apache2/sites-available/000-default.conf Find DocumentRoot /var/www/html line Change /html to /your desired folder name save it Then run sudo a2dissite 000-default.conf; sudo a2ensite 000-defaut.conf; sudo service apache2 restart Your hosting provider have to do the above procedure. Hope apache2 default page go ...


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The remote system almost certainly has file permissions on /var/www set so that you cannot modify files in there. In fact, the default is that only root can modify files in there. Assuming you don't have root (or sudo) access on that machine, the best course of action would be to request that the directory you will be using (eg /var/www/whatever) is ...


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Use Ubuntu software center, go to the installed tab, and in the search simply type * (asterick), software center will show all the installed software by category. To uninstall any software simply highlight it and click remove.


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Open a terminal and type $ dpkg --list to list all installed packages. Then type $ sudo apt-get purge <package_name> to completely remove the package you want. For exmaple $ sudo apt-get purge phpmyadmin Also, the easiest way to install these services is using tasksel $ sudo apt-get install tasksel $ sudo tasksel (Select LAMP server ...


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Try to nuke by using the command sudo dpkg --purge postgresql-XXX In the place of XXX add the version.


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First install Composer "The Dependency Manager for PHP" by this command: curl -sS https://getcomposer.org/installer | php mv composer.phar /usr/local/bin/composer or read Composer installation Then install Laravel project by this command: composer create-project laravel/laravel your-project-name --prefer-dist or read Laravel Quickstart ...


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Here is answer from StackOverflow : you need to insert the $cfg['lang'] =''; into config.inc.php



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