What is the Ubuntu Server's relationship to LAMP?view story

http://askubuntu.com – Alright, I don't know if it's a good idea to challenge these two, is there any relation between them? I understand LAMPP: it's the installation of Apache, MySql, PHP and Perl (or Python) on Linux. But I don't quite understand what the Ubuntu server is. Please, explain me what I can do with Ubuntu server and if it has any relation with LAMPP. (if yes, is it better than LAMPP?). Thank you. (HowTos)

Backing up a CentOS web server to my NASview story

http://serverfault.com – I'm a web developer looking to purchase a server to do development on. I have chosen http://www.newegg.ca/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16816101364 as there are many positive reviews. I've never setup my own "server" before, but a few people recommend CentOS to setup my Lamp stack. (HowTos)

Shared Hosting using Linuxview story

http://serverfault.com – I am planning to set up a server hosting multiple websites on a single high-end Linux server on Virtualization-enabled Hardware using a LAMP stack. I have decided to go with Centos 6.2 as a KVM host with two Virtual Machines running on top of it, of similar Centos Version. One to act a Web Server and other act as a MySQL database server. (HowTos)

PHP-CLI cannot execute scripts on Samba Share (using cifs) inside a guest VM (Centos 6)view story

http://serverfault.com – I have a centos 6 VM running as a guest within Virtualbox. I've set up a LAMP stack which I am able to access from the host (Windows) environment. I've mounted a samba share using 'mount -t cifs' and I'm able to use apache to serve files from that share (all good so far) problem I'm now trying to run a simple test.php script from the command line This is the output I get (below) notice what hap (HowTos)

new centos dedicated server - cant get mysql workingview story

http://www.unix.com – Hi all, I installed centos 5, with LAMP. httpd is working fine, ssh, ftp all working ok. But, when I try to use mysql its not, when I give the command Code: mysql I get Code: ERROR 2002 (HY000): Can't connect to local MySQL server through socket '/var/lib/mysql/mysql.sock' (2) (HowTos)

Is it possible to have both LEMP and LAMP in the local system?view story

http://serverfault.com – i am newbie in using linux system and i want to know whether i can run both LEMP and LAMP in the same system. I am using fedora 14. if i can install means, is there any possiblity that my existing file which used Apache(LAMP) will get affected. (HowTos)

How to configure firewall for home PCview story

http://askubuntu.com – Firstly, for a home PC, behind a router isit important to install/configure a firewall? If so, how do I do it? I have lamp-server installed as I'm a web developer. I may want my other PC's on LAN to access my files or web pages, ssh in (maybe in the future), but not from outside. How can I configure this? (HowTos)

What configurations need to be set for a LAMP server for heavy traffic?view story

http://serverfault.com – I was contracted to make a groupon-clone website for my client. It was done in PHP with MYSQL and I plan to host it on an Amazon EC2 server. My client warned me that he will be email blasting to about 10k customers so my site needs to be able to handle that surge of clicks from those emails. I have two questions: 1) Which Amazon server instance should I choose? (HowTos)

Automatic Installs of Turnkey Linux Appliances on Virtual Private Serversview story

http://linux.bihlman.com – Automatic Installs of Turnkey Linux Appliances on Virtual Private Servers By Marc Warne (Or How to set up a fully working Joomla, Drupal, LAMP, LAPP, Zimbra, Torrent server etc., in a couple of minutes) Turnkey Linux comprises a set of free, Ubuntu-based software appliances that are primarily available for server-type usage scenarios, such as setting up database, web, forum, wiki and photo gallery (General)

Step By Step Ubuntu 11.04 (Natty) LAMP Server Setupview story

http://www.ubuntugeek.com – In around 15 minutes, the time it takes to install Ubuntu Server Edition, you can have a LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL and PHP) server up and ready to go. (HowTos)