WordPress needs a working LAMP stack. Let start off the installation by setting up a LAMP stack first. It can be done using the following command.
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FAMP stands for “FreeBSD, Apache, MySQL and PHP. The following procedure shows how you can install FAMP server on FreeBSD 11 using ‘pkg’ tool.
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Magento is an open-source e-commerce platform written in PHP. In this article let us see how to install Magento 1.8 on FreeBSD 10.x. This procedure is tested on FreeBSD 10.2.
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FAMP stands for “FreeBSD, Apache, MySQL and PHP. The following procedure shows how you can install FAMP server on FreeBSD 10.2 using ‘pkg’.
If you want to install FAMP server using ports collection you can look here.
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This article is about how to install LEMP stack using CentOS 6. LEMP stands for Linux (E)Nginx(Pronounced as EngineX) MySQL PHP. Learn more about LEMP stack here
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Here is a procedure to install a FAMP(FreeBSD with Apache, MySQL and PHP) server. The following setup runs Apache 2.4, MySQL 5.6, and PHP 5.5 on FreeBSD 9.1. If any version of the packages needs to be changed, replace the versions in the commands accordingly.
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