Apache

phpMyAdmin Debian 5

How to install phpMyAdmin on Debian 5

  1. Install phpMyAdmin
    apt-get -y install phpmyadmin
    1. Select the apache2 web server to be automatically configured to run phpMyAdmin.
  2. Restart the Apache Server
    /etc/init.d/apache2 restart

How to test phpMyAdmin on Debian 5

  1. Visit http://localhost/phpmyadmin in your local web browser.
    Note: You should see the phpMyAdmin login page.

Apache Debian 5

How to install Apache on Debian 5

  1. Install Apache Sever
    apt-get -y install apache2

How to configure Apache Server on Debian 5

  1. Enable mod_rewrite:
    a2enmod rewrite
  2. Enable mod_ssl:
    a2enmod ssl
  3. Restart apache:
    /etc/init.d/apache2 restart

How to test Apache on Fedora 13

  1. Visit localhost in your web browser
    Note: You should see an It works! message.

Open Source Software:

Lamp Debian 5

How to install and configure LAMP on Fedora 13

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    1. How to install Debian 5
    2. How to configure Debian 5
    3. If you need to install virtualization tools

mod_rewrite Fedora 13

How to configure mod_rewrite on Fedora 13

  1. Open the Apache configuration file
    gedit /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf
  2. Change AllowOveride None to AllowOveride All inside the DocumentRoot Directory Directive, normally <Directory "/var/www/html">
  3. Save and close the file
  4. Restart the Apache service
    service httpd restart

Permanently redirect users to access the site WITH or WITHOUT the 'www.' prefix

Open Source Software:

mod_ssl Fedora 13

How to install mod_ssl on Fedora 13

  1. Run the mod_ssl install command
    yum install mod_ssl

How to configure mod_ssl on Fedora 13

  1. Open the mod_ssl Apache configuration file
    gedit /etc/httpd/conf.d/ssl.conf
  2. Enable name-based virtual hosting on port 443
    1. Add the following text just before the SSL Virtual Host Context comment
      # Use name-base virtual hosting
      NameVirtualHost *:443
  3. Disable the default https host

Open Source Software:

phpMyAdmin Fedora 13

How to install phpMyAdmin on Fedora 13

  1. Install phpMyAdmin
    yum install phpmyadmin
  2. Restart the Apache Server
    service httpd restart

How to test phpMyAdmin on Fedora 13

  1. Visit http://localhost/phpmyadmin in your local web browser
    Note: You should be prompted for authentication
  2. Enter the username root and the root password and click OK

Apache Fedora 13

How to install Apache on Fedora 13

  1. Install Apache Sever
    yum install httpd

How to configure Apache Server on Fedora 13

  1. Set the apache service to start on boot
    chkconfig --levels 235 httpd on
  2. Enable name-based virtual hosting on port 80
    1. Open the httpd configuration file for editing
      gedit /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf

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