Lost my Droplet Login info, and have question about LAMP stack for a Moodle OLS installation...

I am new to this. Charged by my organization with creating a Moodle Online Learning Platform for adults, and want to download the Moodle code to my Server droplet. Need to be sure that the LAMP stack is set up and ready to go- is this already done with Ubuntu, or do I need to go through all the steps to download the software for this? How do I verify this?

My first problem now is that I have misplaced my username for my Droplet, and cannot find it. Do I need to create a new Droplet, and let this one go?

Thanks for your help.

Has anyone done anything with Moodle OLS on Digital Ocean?

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The default username is root You can also reset the password for your droplet by going to Access > Reset Root Password in the DigitalOcean web interface.

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