William Walter Kinghorn
williamk at dut.ac.za
Thu Mar 4 10:06:17 GMT 2010
After doing what Hannes has suggested :
select LAMP - use arrow keys to get there, then space bar to select
press OK - use <TAB> to get there
once this is installed, then install phpmyadmin via synaptic or in the terminal : sudo apt-get install phpmyadmin
phpmyadmin is in the repositories
From: ubuntu-za-bounces at lists.ubuntu.com [ubuntu-za-bounces at lists.ubuntu.com] On Behalf Of Hannes Coetzee [scorpking at scorpking.za.org]
Sent: 04 March 2010 11:07
To: Ubuntu South African Local Community
Subject: Re: [ubuntu-za] Superuser
On 04/03/2010 10:40, Darrel wrote:
> On Thu, 2010-03-04 at 10:16 +0200, Raoul Snyman wrote:
>> On Thu, 04 Mar 2010 10:07:36 +0200, Darrel wrote:
>>> I used Synaptic, before upgrading to Ubuntu I used Wamp running XP.I
>>> looked for a "complete" LAMP package to load but failing to find a
>>> package called "LAMP" I decided the next best thing was to load
>> LAMP is a group of applications, not a package.
>>> Although there is a glitch when I try to access phpmyadmin, Apache
>>> appears to be working as I recieve the default " ITS WORKING" message
>>> when pointing the browser at localhost.
>> You want to install libapache2-mod-php5 and php5-mysql in order to get PHP
>> running in Apache, and MySQL support in PHP respectively.
>> One you have these installed, you can access phpMyAdmin via
>> Raoul Snyman, B.Tech IT (Software Engineering)
>> Saturn Laboratories
>> e: raoul.snyman at saturnlaboratories.co.za
>> w: http://www.saturnlaboratories.co.za/
>> b: http://blog.saturnlaboratories.co.za/
> Ok Raoul a quick check on Synaptic shows that both libapache2-mod-php5
> and php5-mysql are installed.
> http://localhost/phpmyadmin brings up the pretty GUI requiering a
> username and password.
> After entering the password I get #2002 - The server is not responding
> (or the local MySQL server's socket is not correctly configured)
> http://localhost brings up "IT WORKS!" which is the default html file
> residing in /var/www
> My first priorty is to ensure that Apache is working and then to access
> the www file.
To install a LAMP server run sudo tasksel in terminal or konsole, select
LAMP (use <SPACEBAR> to select) and press OK (use <TAB> to get there).
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