Insight: Tutorial To Install XAMPP In Ubuntu 18.04 LTS
Installing XAMPP in Ubuntu is really a easy job if you knows few lines of command. Even if you are new into the web development world and want to setup web server in your Ubuntu then we can help you to setup XAMPP. Let’s see the commands to install XAMPP.
XAMPP is an easy to install Apache distribution which contains various tools like MariaDB, PHP, and Perl.
How to Install XAMPP in Ubuntu
You need to download the latest version of XAMPP from the official download page. Run the following command after downloading. Move to the downloads directory and change the permission.
sudo chmod +x xampp-linux-5.6.38-0-installer.run
Now, Install XAMPP.
After installing the xampp, you need to execute the following command to start xampp service.
$ sudo /opt/lampp/lampp start
If you see any errors like netstat: command not found then run the following command to solve this error.
$ sudo apt install net-tools
After installing all tools, you can browse your local server environment through browser. Type http://localhost/ in your browser to access it. To access my sql database panel, you need to visit http://localhost/phpmyadmin in your browser.
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