As with Fedora Core 2, Cent OS comes with all of the tools you need to accomplish this.
To be consistent, we've provided our procedure broken down into 5 steps below.
On Ubuntu:sudo apt-get install apache2 php5 mysql-client-5.0 mysql-server-5.0 phpmyadmin libapache2-mod-php5 libapache2-mod-auth-mysql php5-mysqlthen restart the computer/start mysql manually From:
Hi everyone, I have just performed a fresh installation of Open Suse 10 and have completed all of the initial tasks within the getting started manual. I have a book for learning PHP5 and My SQL 5 and so require these versions of the software to be installed.
Deal with everything easier by using Xampp for Linux if your system is local or developing machine.
I've tried a few times to update php on my server from version 5.3 to the latest 5.5 however it keeps conflicting with apache2 that's installed and I ended up having to re-install everything as I accidentally deleted Plesk attempting to fix it.
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Read more about reopening questions here.apt-get update yielded N: Ignoring file 'dotdeb.gpg' in directory '/etc/apt/d/' as it has an invalid filename extension N: Ignoring file '1' in directory '/etc/apt/d/' as it has an invalid filename extension E: Type ' Deb' is not known on line 1 in sources list /etc/apt/d/E: The list of sources could not be read.
It overrides the conf file in the way you expect the /etc/apache2/conf.d/apache2-doc to do according to the README.
Add Exec CGI to it to get rid of "Options Exec CGI is off in this directory" errors.
rpm) Install the RPM by typing: If desired at this point, you can download any available updates from a Cent OS mirror site and replace each RPM package in the $BUILDBASE/linux/i386/Cent OS/RPMS directory with its update. Do so with the following command: RELEASE="Cent OS 4.1 with updates to $(date ' %Y-%M-%d %H:%m')" rm -rf $BUILDBASE/linux/i386-disc[1-8] --arch=i386 --total-discs=8 --bin-discs=4 --src-discs=4 --release-string="$RELEASE" \ --pkgorderfile=$BUILDBASE/linux/pkgfile.'date %Y-%m-%d' \ --distdir=$BUILDBASE/linux/i386 \ --srcdir=$BUILDBASE/linux/i386/SRPMS --productpath=Cent OS rm -f $BUILDBASE/i386-disc1/Cent OS/base/hdlist* genhdlist --withnumbers --fileorder \ $BUILDBASE/fedora/pkgfile.'date %Y-%m-%d' \ $BUILDBASE/linux/i386-disc Finally, create a bash script with the commands listed below and execute it.