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Will upgrading to "Ubuntu 14.04 'Trusty Tahr'" affect the softwares I mentioned above? Yes, you get newer versions. In general it means better version with bug fixes and new options. Sometimes something gets removed though that is being used by a person but that happens not too often. For PHP and anything important I would suggest to search for the ...


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I run a 4 server/2 desktop environment, my hardware is a little dated and this is my configuration: Servers: Ubuntu Server /w Kubuntu Desktop Installed (for remote ssh use) 12.04 LTS (x64) All Machines have Dual CPUs, each a Intel Core2 Duo 3.2Ghz -ish Each has about 80GB SCSI hard disk space, ranging from 2-6GB of ram Graphics Built-on ...


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In order to define multiple sites you should define "Name-based virtual hosts". Try to add in your apache configuration file this directive: <VirtualHost *:80> DocumentRoot /var/www/firstSite ServerName firstSite.localhost ServerAlias www.firstSite.localhost <Directory "/var/www/firstSite"> Options ...


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Remember that LAMPP is a suite of applicactions, it works almost equal than Windows, you have to execute the xampp-control in Ubuntu it's like this Ctrl+Alt+T cd /opt/lampp sudo ./manager-linux-x64.run From there you can start all servers like: apache, mysql and ftp To make it run at the start of Ubuntu try this sudo gedit /etc/init.d/lampp Copy this ...


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I don't know about lamp and phpmyadmin but you can install an apache server and it's just as you described in Windows. The root directory in the latest version is now "/var/www/html" instead of "/var/www" and the "it works" page is "/var/www/html/index.html" . You can directly edit the code in the "index.html" file (easiest) or you can specify another file ...



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