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I have a script for this task: lampi Usage: sudo lampi -i -s -n example.com.local -dr ~/example-site What does it do: Install the LAMP stack (-i flag) Setup and configure apache2, mysql, php, phpmyadmin Then set up a custom site named example.com.local (-n option) Set ~/example-site directory as it's document root (-dr option) Enable SSL (https) for ...


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Solved: From upgrading si Operation sistem... from 15.04 version to 15.10 version stable of ubuntu... it overwrite all services os i have modified and up alll services pre required form software added... one of it is Lampp from Xamp stack...


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Try this, If you remember the user created for your Wordpress.Remove the previous one and create a new user as wordpressuser.Follow the following commands. > mysql> ALTER USER 'wordpressuser'@'localhost' > -> IDENTIFIED WITH mysql_native_password > -> AS '*HIGHPOLICYPASSWORD123'; Query OK, 0 rows affected (0.01 sec) and try ...


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Please view this. Database Connection Error/Wordpress Hey if your problem is now with the password.You first have to check your current password policy.If it is set to high(default) set a password with minimum 8 characters,1 capital,1 small letter and at least 1 digit.Other two policies are medium and low but generally it is set to high. Hope it will help.


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LAMP refers to Linux+Apache+MySQL+PHP so installing these will give you an LAMP server, to install that easily you can use tasksel which you can install by opening a terminal (ctrl+alt+t) and do: sudo apt-get install tasksel After that is done call tasksel with sudo rights sudo tasksel Which will show you a window similar to the one in following screen-...


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Try webmin control panel for GUI management of the whole system such as web server and also package installation


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By default, on a fresh installation, Apache does not need a database to run. Check your default document root directory (/var/www/html in Ubuntu), there must be only one file (index.html).


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There should be a file called wp-config-sample.php, which is a sample wp-config file. sudo vi /var/www/html/wordpress/wp-config-sample.php Once you're finished editing it: sudo mv /var/www/html/wordpress/wp-config-sample.php /var/www/html/wordpress/wp-config.php


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vi (and vim) show a ~ at the beginning of empty lines. This (and the [New file]) show that you have a new, blank file in which you're supposed to write your WordPress configuration. Start writing by Pressing Insert (or the i key). When you are finished, just press Esc to enter Vi's command mode, then press type :wq and Enter to save and exit (wq stands for ...



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