Installing LAMP Server Using TASKEL (desktop edition)
The first way is using commands in the terminal.... the command is...
sudo apt-get install apache2 mysql-server php5 libapache2-mod-php5 php5-xsl php5-gd php-pear libapache2-mod-auth-mysql php5-mysql
The second way to install is using TASKEL... a TASKEL is a software application tool that groups some packages into tasks and allows the user to install the packages from the task.. u can install it from the terminal by typing...
sudo taskel install lamp-server
Another way of suing the TASKEL is by using the SYNAPTIC PACKAGE MANAGER ... open synaptic package manager from
system->administration->synaptic package manager
then in the edit menu click on mark packages by taskel and from the list select LAMP server and apply.... it installs the lamp server on to ur system!!!
I believe it’s
sudo tasksel install lamp-server
taskel seems to be an unknown command.
Thanks for the article! =)
thanks, a lot quicker going through synaptic
cheers thanks again
Cheers – nice way to upgrade to a LAMP install
you didn’t add the SECOND “s” in TASKSEL
Thank you! This was very usefull!
Very cool, appreciate it much
This helped alot, Thx
plz finish thid article off by telling us.
1) how to launch it
2) use a suitable text editor
3) where all the files are kept
4) how to change file/directory permissions
(MIGRATING FROM WAMP – NEED A SMOOTH TRANSITION!)
I do not get LAMP server by going that way or command, here I would like to mention one thing that my ubuntu 9.10(desktop ed.)is in f:(primary partition not logical or extended) drive installed.
Now How I install lamp server in desk top ed.. Is it necessary to keep internet connection while lamp setup.
Kazi F Noman