How To Install Apache, Mysql, Php (LAMP STACK) On Ubuntu | Hands on Cloud
The LAMP stack is a well-known and widely used web-development stack whose primary goal is to help you to build an open source web hosting environment. This stack consists of the following components: Linux (base operating system), Apache (web server), MySQL (relational database) and PHP (multi-platform scripting language). And here’s where LAMP comes from. You may have heard about some well-known projects which are heavily relying on this stack: Facebook, Wikipedia, Tumblr, and WordPress. In this article we’ll show you how you can install it on Ubuntu server.
You must have root privileges or have an ability to use sudo to install required packages to your system.
Installation process is easy and straightforward.
First, we’ll install Apache web server, then MySQL DB and then finalize the process with PHP scripting language.