Hi everyone, as you see this is my first post, so greetings all round.I have just been thrown in at the deep end. A friend wants me to administer a hosted LAMP server running on C... [by joat]
I just purchased a vps and made it boot Ubuntu 12.04 LTS, installed LAMP web server and moved my web site. Here’s how did I install and set up the LAMP on Ubuntu 12.04 server. (All commands in this post assumes you have Root privilege, add sudo at beginning if need)
1. LAMP stands for Linux, apache, mysql and php.
I have LAMP installed on a PC that is running Ubuntu 11.10. LAMP was running fine but I had to restart the PC because Unity was messing up (as it often does) and the tool bar had disappeared. When it started up, I was unable to fire up any php files. I have a file index.php in /var/www. It is owned by www-data as is the directory that it is in. The LAN address of the server is 192.168.1.10.
Background: I am running a site built with the Zend framework. The site is hosted on a remote RHEL5 server, and also uses Zend server instead of the generic LAMP stack.
About an hour ago my site just died. After trying to restart the webserver and the entire zend server, I resorted to rebooting the server, making sure to apache processes were running, and then starting the zend server.
This is my first post, I am an absolute beginner, and not very experienced with computing. I am using linux in an academic environment and have been sorta thrown in the deep end without knowing how to swim! A colleague set up my Ubuntu desktop using the latest version, it runs in VMware.
I had a shared folder in mnt/hgfs that I was using to interface between Windows and Ubuntu.