LAMP installed on Debian 8

This is so much fun to install on a Linux Debian platform. This does not address installing  Debian 8. The first thing to do after you install Debian is to lock down the “apt-get-update” then “apt-get upgrade” then go to the security page below.

Here is the security checklist for Debian 8

LAMP installed on Debian 8

The acronym LAMP is an acronym of the following programs:

At this writing 2019, the Mysql is now MariaDB.

  • Linux Operating System
  • Apache HTTP Server
  • MySQL database management system
  • PHP programming language

Be a Pro with Debian 8

About LAMP

One of the most common ways to deliver web applications is using the Free source “LAMP stack.” Debian 8 one of today’s most popular open-source web applications for WordPress and Drupal. These CRM’s run on LAMP. Installing L.A.M.P. (Linux Apache  MySQL and PHP ) is fun and easy.

If you’re looking to build a server and host your website or want to learn how it works, then this is the right place to install a very stable Debian 8
Distros with L.A.M.P for your word press site.

Be a Developer

Thinking about starting a Web Developer career, this is a must know. You need the disk space and computer ram to get started, at least 10 gigs for the Linux platform, and a minimum 8 Gig Ram.

Conquer Challenges

I have put in the copy and paste in the document; please note Linux and most blogs like these can be frustrating when you get an error. Just google the error and find the fix, not all computers are the same and many things can change with Debian as the upgrade the platform.
One problem you may get is with the links no longer working as websites change and stuff like that. Know this; it feels good when you find the error and fix it, which makes puts you at a level of a pro!

Install LAMP on Debian 8 with MariaDB

sudo apt-get dist-upgrade
sudo apt-get install apache2 apache2-doc

—————–install mariadb————–
Install as a user not as root with sudo

sudo apt-get install software-properties-common dirmngr
sudo apt-key adv –recv-keys –keyserver 0xcbcb082a1bb943db
sudo add-apt-repository ‘deb [arch=amd64,i386,ppc64el] jessie main’
sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install mariadb-server
$ sudo systemctl status mysql
root# mysql -u root -p
type show databases;
congrats! type quit
————————-install PHP——————————–
sudo apt-get install php5-common libapache2-mod-php5 php5-cli
sudo service apache2 restart
cd /var/www/html
sudo nano info.php ( if nano not installed apt-get install nano)
paste <?php phpinfo(); ?> into the info.php and hit ctl x then Y
go to http://your IP/info.php
and should see a blue page with all PHP info
for security remove it if successfull. sudo rm -i /var/www/html/info.php
———————-install network tools——————-
apt-get install dnsutils -y nslookup, dig etc

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