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You need to disable the xubuntu option to save the session state. There are two possible places for this setting: At the bottom of the logout dialogue box there is a checkbox about saving the session state. At Applications-> Settings -> Xfce 4 Settings Manager -> Session and Startup Also try removing all files in ~/.cache/sessions/ If this still fails, ...
You can use a script like this, #!/bin/bash #checks if the process is already running or not ps ax | grep "/opt/lampp/lamp[p]" > /dev/null #if the process is running exit status $?=0 if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then #interactively states the running status of the process and asks permission to #proceed in a zenity pop-up box zenity --question --text="Process ...
You'll need to do 2 things to get what you want : 1) Create a simple bash script to start lampp I've written it for you! It starts lampp if it isn't started and stops it if it's already started : #!/bin/bash ##This is a bash script ##PREREQUISITES if [[ ! -f ...
Maybe a little bit late. But still.. You should edit your directory permissions in apache.conf under /etc/apache2 Search for this <Directory /var/www/> Options Indexes FollowSymLinks AllowOverride None Require all granted </Directory> and add this code under of it, which gives the permission to access your directory ...
For ubuntu 13.04 I moved the phpmyadmin conf file to the enabled conf files of apache to get it working. Do this: sudo ln -s /etc/phpmyadmin/apache.conf /etc/apache2/conf-enabled/phpmyadmin.conf Restart apache to get everything working. Do: sudo service apache2 restart or sudo /etc/init.d/apache2 restart Happy coding
Background The key elements here are understanding what Ubuntu is using to install the latest kernel. The generic packages are used to install both headers and the linux images themselves. Thus, for the latest point releases of Ubuntu, the hardware-enablement packages would have been installed instead of the LTS 3.2 series of kernels. If you remove the ...
Please make a note that when you insert a PHP script within your HTML or supporting file, you will then have to save it as .php instead of .html or .htm Rename your file to index.php or whatever accordingly & try refreshing the content on web browser. On a related note, make sure that the PHP is up & running in order to process .php scripts. :) ...
the path i was using was wrong.i was using /opt/lampp/htdocs/www/a.php rather it should be /opt/lampp/htdocs/xampp/www/a.php that is why its cant be found. as i have url that responds in http://localhost/xampp/www so i had to just put my directories and files inside /opt/lampp/htdocs/xampp/www and it works fine.thnkx all
It depends on what exactly you mean by "sandbox". Do you mean isolated from the outside network? Do you mean installed in a manner that doesn't require an internet connection? Anyways, I don't believe there's a preinstalled image, but installing the LAMP stack on Ubuntu is trivial. sudo apt-get install tasksel sudo tasksel install lamp-server
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