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    Linux - Installing LAMP and Drupal on my Ubuntu Linux Virtual Server


    I was trying to install LAMP followed by installing Drupal on a Linux virtual sever. I did post earlier regarding it and went about attempting it. Seems like i messed up or something..

    So well I kinda decided to restart and started off to install LAMP via the following command:

    sudo apt-get install lamp-server^

    It gives the following result.

    Reading package lists... Done
    Building dependency tree... Done
    E: Unable to locate package lamp-server^
    E: Couldn't find task 'lamp-server'
    E: Couldn't find any package by regex 'lamp-server^'

    Any idea how I can come around this? I am following the guide below which seemed pretty simple.

    How To Install Drupal on Ubuntu Server 12.04 | Ubuntu Server Guide
    How To Install LAMP Server in Ubuntu Server 12.04 LTS | Ubuntu Server Guide

    Thanks for guidance.

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    This is a better how-to for installing LAMP. It's for Debian but everything should still apply for Ubuntu.

    Howto Install LAMP in Debian Sqeeze

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    I managed to install LAMP plus Drupal. Right now I am trying to access myphpAdmin. From my understanding, I do this my going to my web browser and keying in localhost/myphpadmin/. Since I loaded Drupal from a virtual server, I keyed in 148.***.**.***/myphpadmin/ (the virtual server's IP). I tried both local and IP method and it doesn't load on the browser. Any idea what I am doing wrong? Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by keshk View Post
    I keyed in 148.***.**.***/myphpadmin/ (the virtual server's IP)
    Try 148.***.**.***/phpmyadmin/

    If that fails,

    1) Make sure apache is running
    2) Check your firewall settings to make sure traffic is allowed to/from port 80

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