Want to run LAMP server on Xubuntu

Just Do it jdoit555 at gmail.com
Thu Jan 11 09:24:22 GMT 2007

Thanks Chanchao!!!

Thanks very much for your suggestion..... I will try to install the desktop
environment from ubuntu alternate CD...hope to work..

I tried few text browser W3M which come in default...it is handling HTML
file well but ...when I tried to open a PHP file it is asking me to download
file rather than rendering it.....

In your first post, you have mentioned to change the option for installing
atp-get from CD or Internet.....GUI...but I think I could do the same in
command-line.....I hope I could figure it out...

Hope it will work!! Thanks again for quick reply....it really encourage me
to participate in the community actively.........


On 1/11/07, Chanchao <custom at freenet.de> wrote:
> Hi,
> (You may also want to post this on ubuntu-users at lists.ubuntu.com, that
> one is for community user support.  This list is for discussions about
> Love, The Universe and Everything, EXCEPT Ubuntu user/tech support. :)
> > I could able to play with MySQL, Apache but could not able to test my
> > PHP script. And to be honest I do not have internet
> > connection in home. And not planning to get one soon. But I want to
> > feel totally web developement under LAMP. But since
> > server edition lack the GUI feature. So unable to decide whether to
> > stick with it or not.
> You would need another computer networked to your server to test it. Or
> better yet, install the 'ubuntu-desktop' (or xubuntu-desktop) package
> using apt-get.   Then you just run the web browser and point it at your
> own server (localhost).
> Or you could use a text-based command line browser... Would work for the
> basic stuff I guess.
> Or you could download the (X)Ubuntu "Alternate" CD, then add it to your
> sources.list and apt-get install (x)ubuntu-desktop from there.
> Cheers,
> Chanchao
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