Install Webserver with apt-get

apt-get commands
My source.list for “/etc/apt/source.list”

Update Apt Database

Upgrades Installed Packages

Install Package

Remove Package

Check if there are no broken dependencies

1. Installing Apache Webserver

To test this create a textfile

Put this code in it:

Open your browser and go to: http://ip.address/test.php or http://domain/test.php. Now you should get a generated webpage with all the information about apache/php settings.

2. Enable GD Library with PHP

3. Installing MySQL Database Server

4. Change root password on mysql

5. PhpMyAdmin Installation

The phpmyadmin configuration file is located at: /etc/phpmyadmin folder.
To setup under apache all you need to do is include the following line in /etc/apache2/apache2.conf

Point your browser to: http://domain/phpmyadmin

This is a shortcut of the detailed described installation in:
www.mysql-apache-php.com

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admin on January 20th 2009 in Linux, MySQL, PHP

Install Debian Web Server

I don’t have a lot of experience in Linux environment but anyway I got the job to install a new webserver at my work. The old server was running on debian already so I decided to take the same linux distribution.

The newest ISO you get from here from here:
www.debian.org

For my installation I just needed the CD1. Because I wanted to try it out first I decided to install debian on VMWare Server. So I booted the ISO file in VMWare and did the standard installation without the GUI. We don’t really need a GUI (Graphic User Interface) for a web server. The installation is actually straight forward.

So now we are logged in as root and are in the command line. So what now???

Follow the instructions on this webpage:
www.mysql-apache-php.com

I actually got some error when I tried to install apache and php with apt-get. To add some more sources to the apt source.list file solved the problem.

To edit the source do following:

You might want to use your own source list. This one worked for me:

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admin on May 7th 2008 in IT, Linux

Backup and Restore MySQL Complete

I had to backup and restore a MySQL database on a debian linux machine to another server at work. First I tried to do it trough phpmyadmin which is not very efficient when it comes to big db. So I decided to do it through the MySQL command prompt.

Backup all dbs command into a dump file
mysqldump -u root -p –all-databases > xxxxxxx.sql

Restore all dbs command from a dump file
mysql –f -u root -p < xxxxxxx.sql

Of course you need to replace x with the filename you would like to use.

As always… it worked for me but there is no warranty. You need to decide yourself if you want to use it!

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admin on May 4th 2008 in MySQL




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