Set up a website with a database on a webserver

Hello, a while ago I set up a teamspeak server on an ubuntu 14.04 x64 server, no problems with this whatsoever. But recently I also wanted to make this server perform as an webserver. So I installed the LAMP stack and phpmyadmin. And I transfered my files trough WinSCP. When I go to the ip-adres I can see the homepage but I can’t really go further than that because all of the other pages require the database. So my question is, where and how do I put the mysql tables? Everything worked when I ran the site on my local WAMP so I would like it if it also worked on a real webserver. I hope someone can help me. Thanks in advance!

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This question was answered by @sandidgec:

You can set up all your mySQL tables, etc… via (terminal)/command line, and there’s a couple GUI mySQL things out there. Here’s a small example of command to create your database, after that it’s a matter of the actual tables you need… and so on. I know this leaves a lot to do… but there’s plenty of resources out there on DBA admin.

GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON foo.* TO "foo-dba"@"localhost" IDENTIFIED BY "foopassword";
GRANT DELETE, INSERT, SELECT, UPDATE ON foo.* TO "foo"@"localhost" IDENTIFIED BY "anotherpassword";

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