Command for Installing LAMP on Fedora 10 Server

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    Question Command for Installing LAMP on Fedora 10 Server

    I know in Ubuntu there is a simple command like: apt-get install apache2 php5 mysql-server phpmyadmin

    How about in Fedora is there a command that can do the job like that, one command for everything?
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    Look into Yum. It's RedHat/Fedora's equivalent of apt-get.

    I don't know any more about it, though. Last time I tried Fedora was Fedora 2... (and RedHat 9 before that!)

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    > Last time I tried Fedora was Fedora 2
    Erm, Fedora Core 2 (probably )

    It's lame they dropped the "core"

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    Haha yes. Too long ago.

    My current favourite is Ubuntu for desktops and laptops. Mainly because when I get a problem I am too lazy or don't have time to investigate further, I can just type the error message into google, and get a few thousand hits with idiot-proof solutions (thanks to the large and newbish userbase of Ubuntu ). It's almost as convenient as Windows .

    Other than that, it's just like Debian. I think Debian has a larger apt repository, but the Ubuntu ones have everything I need, too, and I find Ubuntu a bit more polished in general.

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    My favorite is Ubunutu as well, but as part of the class i must do Fedora now, i already finished a complete Ubuntu Hardy Heron one as well. I did install LAMP on Fedora or AMP whatever you wanna call it using command: yum install httpd mysql php php-mysql

    I followed this thread here: LAMP Help (Noob) - FedoraForum.org

    But now that i type in my address in the url i get this error, and everything seems to be working but no "it works test page" when my ip 10.0.11.25 is typed.
    this is what i get:

    ERROR
    The requested URL could not be retrieved

    While trying to retrieve the URL: http://10.0.11.25/

    The following error was encountered:

    * Connection to 10.0.11.25 Failed

    The system returned:

    (113) No route to host

    The remote host or network may be down. Please try the request again.


    What can be my problem? Yet i've been working on ssh so the server is up and running.
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    I think all you really need to do is splice into the power cord. So really you're going to need some wire cutters, electrical tape, and maybe some mounting screws.


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    Does it work from the machine running the webserver? Try running this from the Fedora box:
    wget http://10.0.11.25/

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    Quote Originally Posted by bithub View Post
    Does it work from the machine running the webserver? Try running this from the Fedora box:
    wget http://10.0.11.25/
    Thanks, i got it working took several hours of experimentation, it was the firewall denying access, and then phpmyadmin was some permissions that had to be configured thanks
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