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    Using DO LAMP stack, added user is not admin

    So why when I build the LAMP stack myself do I not have to sudo everything? Somethings, yes, but not everything. When I follow the …
    By ClockworkHero
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    Using DO LAMP stack, added user is not admin

    Using the DO preconfigured LAMP image I tried to follow the instructions in "Initial Server Setup with Ubuntu 12.04". I changed the root password using passwd I added the new user using adduser I changed visudo But wh...
    2 By ClockworkHero
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    LAMP-Ubuntu 2.04 : where is httpd?

    No, I built it as per the tutorial. <br>Should I rebuild the droplet using the DO LAMP image? <br>I haven’t done that much on the d…
    By ClockworkHero
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    LAMP-Ubuntu 2.04 : where is httpd?

    Isn't it supposed to be in /etc/apache2 I can't see it anywhere. Any suggestions?
    3 By ClockworkHero
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    Ubuntu 12.04 - LAMP - WordPress : .htaccess errors

    [SOLVED] <br> <br>Even though I changed permissions on /var/www/ to 777 on all files and subdirectories, I did not go back and chec…
    By ClockworkHero
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    Ubuntu 12.04 - LAMP - WordPress : .htaccess errors

    As I said, I created the .htaccess file with the suggested settings from the Wordpress error, which was exactly what you posted. St…
    By ClockworkHero
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    Ubuntu 12.04 - LAMP - WordPress : .htaccess errors

    I created a LAMPed Ubuntu 12.04 droplet, fresh from the menu. Then added fred as a root user. Logged in as fred I installed Wordpress. Everything looks great, I can add posts to the blog, but ... I cannot change the p...
    17 By ClockworkHero