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Suji May12

  1. 1. INSTALL LAMPP IN LINUX Check LAMP alresdy installed: Step 1: goto places>computer>filesystem>opt Step 2: Check lampp folder is exists, if exists uninstall lampp using uninstall commands in terminal Uninstall Lampp if it exists: To uninstall the lampp server use” sudo rm -rf /opt/lampp”
  2. 2. INTRIDUCTION LAMP is the acronym for solution of stack of tree open source software.It comes from Linux Apache http server Mysql Php Step 1: Download the Xampp 1.7.2 installation software and save it in Downloads. URL: To download http://sourceforge.net/projects/xampp/files/ XAMPP%20Linux/1.7.2/xampp- inux-1.7.2. Tar.gz/download Step 2: Goto Applications>Accessories>Terminal Step 3:
  3. 3. T ype cd Downloads Step 4: Type dir to know the list of directions in the downloads folder Step 5: To copy the Xampp file from Downloads to opt folder use “sudo cp filename/opt” Step 6: To view whether xampp is copied to opt use “cd/opt” Step 7: To view the contents inside opt use “dir” Step 8: To extract Xampp file inside opt use “ sudo tar -xvzf or xfz filename” Step 9: To come out of opt use “ cd” Step 10: To start the lampp server use “sudo/opt /lampp/lampp start” Step 11: To stop the lampp server use “sudo/opt /lampp/lampp stop” To Test installation is work good: OK, that was easy but how can you
  4. 4. check that everything really works? Just type in the following URL at your favorite web browser: http://localhost To start Xampp autostart at login: To make xampp automatically start when we boot up the computer. You can add a script to make it auto-start and shutdown, with your preferred editor,edit in my case: $ sudo gedit/etc/rc.local Now rc.local file will open in a new window... In that file paste the code in end of the rc.local file. /opt/lampp/lampp start Avobe the code exit(0).

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