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Thread: A little help Ubuntu-LAMP

  1. #21
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    Re: A little help Ubuntu-LAMP

    Thats quite allright. You have been a big help! Thanks!

    Quote Originally Posted by scragar View Post
    Have you tried following this documentation?

    I have never had to get wireless working on any of my machines, so I'm not to good at offering advice on that sort of thing, sorry.

  2. #22
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    Re: A little help Ubuntu-LAMP

    USE THIS TO INSTALL LAMP ON UBUNTU

    sudo apt-get install apache2 mysql-server mysql-client php5 php5-mysql


    ALL DONE

    SAVED MY LIFE

  3. #23
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    Re: A little help Ubuntu-LAMP

    Why does your server have wireless? And why not install the Ubuntu server edition as it IS for servers. Yes, no GUI, but Ubuntu offers a kicka$$ server guide with step by step directions. I have been hosting my own sites in my basement for over a year now with the help of dyndns. Uptime? Well, I had to restart maybe 4 times. The power going out was responsible for 3 of the 4. Once I had to restart after a coppermine installation went resource hungry (reboot, works like a charm now.)

    Ubuntu desktop is great, but it is not streamlined for server usage.

  4. #24
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    Re: A little help Ubuntu-LAMP

    This thread is from a couple of years ago.

    For anyone else reading this, responding is unnecessary and most likely unhelpful.

  5. #25
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    Re: A little help Ubuntu-LAMP

    Quote Originally Posted by bigboy_pdb View Post
    This thread is from a couple of years ago.

    For anyone else reading this, responding is unnecessary and most likely unhelpful.
    Agreed, thread now closed.

    If the original participants want to get back to us with an update, I'm sure one of the staff can re-open this thread. Otherwise we can let this thread rest and sink out of sight.
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