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