Install Apache + MySQL, have them both start manually
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 6, 2011
I'm aware you can install Apache, PHP, MySQL with tasksel, but because messing with runlevels seems to be pretty useless nowadays, I was wondering what would be the best way to install Apache and MySQL and have it only start manually?
In the interest of having an informative topic, here is the command to install Apache, PHP, and MySQL.
sudo apt-get install tasksel && sudo tasksel install lamp-server
I am running 10.10, by the way.
Need Apache and MySQL GUI tools
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 1, 2012
I need to run Apache w/Mono and MySQL with Ubuntu 12.04 desktop to start off with then moving over to Ubuntu server. Are there any GUI tools for Apache and is there a way for me to get Rapache even though they are no longer supporting this? Also I need a good GUI management tool for MySQL as well. Thanks.
access remote mysql database from apache server
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 26, 2012
I've searched for this all over the forum but I could not find any information.
I have installed on ubuntu 12.04 lts 64bit the linux XAMPP version (apache mysql php). I've got a web site that work on localhost and use a remote database (already authorized remote access from my IP). Ubuntu do not allow my apache server to connect to that database.
My other machine, a macbook is working properly right now on it. Someone can tell me how to allow remote connections from my httpd server?
Thank you very much
boot server 12.04 not starting Apache or MySQL
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 13, 2012
Yesterday we installed Ubuntu 12.04 Server. Now it has stopped running MySQL or Apache at boot time. Still runs OpenSSH and Samba. Commands "start mysql" and "/etc/init.d/apache2 start" work fine from an SSH login. It smells as if it is not the daemons who fail, but init simply does not try to launch the daemons. How to get them to start up at boot time?
Server 10.04 Possible DDoS, Apache/MySQL keeps going down. How to fix?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 13, 2013
I'm not sure what is happening here. I have a 10.04 LTS LAMP server running and have a cron going to check Apache and MySQL at intervals and if either should go down, restart the unresponsive server. If after so many restarts of the affected server, if it still is unresponsive, the whole server reboots automatically. This has actually worked out pretty well for a long time as it seems self-healing. It's rare that the server would need to reboot (I'm emailed notices when it reboots just before it reboots).
Well, every so often some bot would come along (like one I had come in from an out-of-the-country IP recently) and try to log into the server via ssh and try to log in as root. That won't work because "root" as a user has been deactivated (only special scripts I made to help run the server will run as root/sudo). There is no "root" user that can be logged into. Further, I have ssh set up to only accept logins from an authorized administrator who obviously isn't na
Apache, mysql. monit don't start on reboot
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 6, 2013
We have 3 dedicated servers, 2 with OVH (who roll their own kernel) and one with Hetzner. They're all configured virtually identically thanks to puppet.
However, on the Hetzner machine, after a reboot, some services are not started automatically. Specifically, apache2, mysql, and monit are the ones I've noticed. I've compared the /etc/init/ and /etc/init.d/ scripts for these three programs and they're the same on all 3 servers. I've likewise checked /etc/rc2.d/ and the same links appear for all servers.
How do I debug this problem? I can't find anything pertinent in /var/log/syslog and I'm at a loss as to where else I could be looking.
GUI Tool as Consol for Apache and MySql ?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 25, 2010
Any one know a GUI tool that acts as a consol for Apache and/or MySQL in which I could able to start, restart and stop Apache and MySql servers on my computer that running Ubuntu desktop?
Of course, the tool should be Gnome compatible and it is better to be able finding it in Synaptic.
How to make a bash script to start & end apache and mysql ?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 1, 2008
i installed apache, php and mysql on Ubuntu distro. (7.10) . Every time that i start my computer and Linux Ubuntu Apache and Mysql starts automatecally .
I want if its possible to create a script (propably bash script) so that Apache and Mysql will not start like now automatecally but to have the possibilty to start and turn them off whenever i like to .
Now every time that i start Ubuntu i have to write to console :
[HTML]/etc/init.d/mysql stop & /etc/init.d/apache2[/HTML] to stop and turn borth off !
So i want to know if its possible to be alble to manage when both of them will start and when will be off . I guess that, that can be possible by writing some bash script, so please be kind and show me how i can make one !? (a... newbie)
Thanks in advance
how do i go about starting my apache and mysql on UBUNTU
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 18, 2006
also with those, how do i start PHP command line, if anyone knows. thanks in advance, also if anyone can answer this last question i'd be most greatful. If i have my mysql databases on a phpmyadmin on my server, can i remotely host them to a server i've paid for. like can i create dbs and use them from my own machine. You see my apache server is brand new, it doesn't have ip forwarding (which i dunno how to go about doing that) or none of that other stuff it needs in order to be viewable to the world. but i wasnt sure whether or not it could be remotely usable, for mysql needs. THANKS again!
Install apache, mysql etc.
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 19, 2013
I`am a new user and and can not find how to install apache and mysql. I now that slackware comes with DB named MariaDB. What is this DB like ? Is it same like MySQL ? I need a DB because i`m learning programing with Java.
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