how to connect to mysql database using php in Apache on Ubuntu
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 21, 2010
how to connect to mysql database using php in Apache on Ubuntu?
Any problems using Ubuntu desktop as an apache/tomcat/mysql server?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 18, 2007
So I have a home programming project that i'm working on. Your typical java webapp.
So I need (want) my old linux box to run:
Linux with my wireless network card
So I've installed FC6 and tried and tried and tried to get the wireless card to work.. yeah... nice try... didn't work.
So I heard about ubuntu... So I first tried the server install. Seemed nice... seemed to have installed the apache and mysql all by itself... but alas no
wireless card support. (although I thought it looked like it was going to work for a minute)
So I installed ubuntu desktop..... and BLAMO, instant wireless support... I can BROWSE THE WEB! I was so pleased!
So... my question.
IS there any real reason why unbuntu desktop is named desktop and server is named server? Or is it just each one has its own specail software installed?
Any reason not to install java/tomcat/mysql/apache onto unbuntu desktop? Any specail behind the scenes packages I sho
How can I install Apache,PHP and MySQL in Ubuntu 10.10 Desktop?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 26, 2011
I want to install all the functionality I need to make dynamic webpages. Can I use the Ubuntu Software Center, or will I have to use the cmd line?
[SOLVED] How to restart apache,tomcat,mysql at the time of reboot
- date: November 18, 2011
i have a service configured mysql,apache,tomcat ..whenever system get shutdown all the service getting down .i have to manually up the service,,can somesay me how can i start these service at the time of reboot itself ...
versio os :centos 5.4
~]# httpd -v
Server version: Apache/2.2.3
Server built: Apr 4 2010 17:19:54
tomcat version 6.0.26
Linux, Apache, Tomcat, MySQL, PHPmyAdmin, Webmin
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 21, 2008
I want to install Linux, Apache, Tomcat, MySQL, PHPmyAdmin, Webmin on my Ubuntu 8.04LTS fully configured, such that all i have to do is to open localhost, localhost/phpmyadmin, localhost/webmin and etc an everything opens up....
How to Backup Red Hat Enterprise Linux Apache & MySQL in a Wintel environment
location: linuxquestions.com - date: July 21, 2013
I've recently been given the task of backing up my company's Apache website and MYSQL DBs. We're using Microsoft DPM 2012 for all our windows servers, but currently do not have anything in place for MYSQL or Apache.
I'm looking for advice on how I can backup MYSQL and Apache - preferably with a DPM agent, but failing this, then may be just schedule backup jobs to a Samba or NFS share and get DPM to backup the share.
Any advice is much appreciated.
how to start mysql server & apache server at startup and then tomcat at last at boot
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 16, 2012
I have webserver running following application apache mysql tomcat .I had made chkconfig level enable for httpd mysql tomcat at startup .But i could find apache startup first and then tomcat and then mysql startup third ,So my tomcat application fail to startup due to my mysql it could not connect since it startup at last of boot .How can i set boot priority to make httpd mysql and tomcat to boot at my boot level.
HowTo run Apache, php, MySQL on startup and install phpMyAdmin Slackware 12.2
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 29, 2008
After a new install of Slackware 12.2, I carried out the following procedures to get everything working successfully right out of the box.
The server is a standalone system, used for testing and educational purposes, so please bear that in mind.
NB: Throughout this post when you see a single # at the start of a line it means you are typing the commands as root user. You should not include the #, only the text after it.
### setup Apache with php enabled
Login as root user on your Slackware box and type:
# pico -w /etc/httpd/httpd.conf
Press CTRL+w to search and type mod_php.conf to find this line:
Uncomment it, just remove the # from the begining of the line.
Also find the following line:
Change it to this:
DirectoryIndex index.html index.htm index.php default.htm
Save the file and exit ( press CTRL+x ). Now type this:
# chmod 755 /etc/rc.d/rc.httpd
# /etc/rc.d/rc.httpd start
If the httpd server is
Best way to start learning PHP, and therefore Apache and MySQL
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 22, 2013
Hello everyone. Just looking for some guidance here. I'm going to have to inherit some websites that are written in PHP that access some MySQL databases. I can't say I know much or where to start with learning PHP, the Apache that hosts the site, or MySQL that contains the data.
Simply Google'ing learn PHP, Apache, MySQL presents an overwhelming number of options. Any tips on where to start? Any good links for a beginner you would recommend that I should start with?
Programming isn't totally foreign to me, but never done anything with PHP exactly, and definitely have no idea where to start with Apache and MySQL.
Thanks in advance for any words of wisdom.
How do we control Apache, PHP and MySQL services???
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 27, 2005
I'm learning PHP and MySQL with Apache Web server.
So I just installed Apache 2, MySQL (including the contro center) and PHP4 from the repositories. (followed ubuntuguide).
Eveyrhing seems to be working fine. My PHP test page is loading on http://localhost/
so it should be sweet.
I just wanted to ask, how do we control these services? Do we start apache.. MySQL etc? Is it always on now that it's installed?
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