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Yes, it would be possible to see the files which are related to a particular package. dpkg -L <pacakge-name> From dpkg --help, -L|--listfiles <package> ... List files `owned' by package(s). Example: dpkg -L apache2


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run xampp-linux-x64-1.8.3-4-installer.run as root user using sudo cd ~/Desktop sudo ./xampp-linux-x64-1.8.3-4-installer.run Enter your password and hit Enter. You should see the installer.


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You can access MySQL from command line by typing in a terminal: mysql -u [username] -p [password] where [username] is the user you setup during install and [password] is the password for that user. If the password has special characters (such as $ or !) then you can leave the -p blank and it will prompt you for the password. As far as phpMyAdmin, you ...


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Apache2 needs an index file for / or it will return a 403 error. Create /home/inferusvv/www/index.html to fix this. You can also try to make Apache2 the owner of the folder using chown -R www-data:www-data /home/inferusvv/www.


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This link will help you. See the second method of doing this for a security concern.


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While the other answers work, I disagree with the solution. Instead of modifying /etc/apache2/sites-available/000-default.conf back to its old version, I prefer keeping default package files unmodified. A reason for this is that so it wouldn't break during the next upgrade again which might reset the 000-default.conf file. Besides such modifications are ...


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The apache2 version that was published when the Ubuntu 14.04 release was made is 2.4.7 and starting with this version it seems that, for security reasons, the new root directory for the server is: /var/www/html So, from now, here you must to place the files for your (local) website. And like this you should not have this problem again with the future ...


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Is your index.php file located in /var/www/ ?? If not, how about relocate "DocumentRoot" option in /etc/apache2/site-enabled/000-default.


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This is happening a lot to me too. There are a lot of script kiddies trying brute force attacks against your SSH server. My solution till now was to install DenyHosts, but seems that it will be not supported in 14.04; the next best solutions seems to be Fail2Ban. Links and more information in Package denyhosts in Ubuntu Trusty Tahr is deleted: temporary or ...


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You must enable listen on port 8081 for apache. sudo nano /etc/apache2/ports.conf add Listen 8081 Restart apache


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The easy way of getting the lamp to get working on any GNU/LINUX is getting the XAMPP for linux ( https://www.apachefriends.org/download.html ). This one comes with phpmyadmin as well. If you want to make your own LAMP server, then it might prove to a headache.


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Yes. The PHP 5.4 and 5.3 tarballs are available here.


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It appears that my files were not accessible after copying them over from a Windows system to Ubuntu. Having this said, I had to modify the permissions of my project directory to 766. I did this with the following command: chmod -R 766 /My/Directory/Path/ After this my files were showing up normally in the web browser.


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i figured out what was wrong. (and i also went back to WAMP, so this answer doesn't necessarily apply to ubuntu, sorry! but i'll relate what i did in case someone finds it helpful) but anyway...in the original site, i had changed everything to look for the IP address rather than "localhost" so everything (export.sql database, wordpress wp-config.php file, ...


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You have to use sudo apt-get install mysql-server libapache2-mod-auth-mysql php5-mysql instead of install mysql-server libapache2-mod-auth-mysql php5-mysql install is a different command that doesn't install software packages.


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Problem: The /etc/apache2/apache2.conf had been reset and therefore the listed Directory was reset to /var/www which mismatched the directory listed in the /etc/apache2/sites-available/default.conf file which had not been reset. Solution: To access phpmyadmin add the following line to the end of apache2.conf (as detailed in the doc) Include ...



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