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Old 12-03-2007, 02:38 PM
Isuru Samaraweera
 
Default Installing Apache2, PHP, MySql as one single .deb file or 3 .deb files ?

On Mon, 2007-12-03 at 06:35 -0800, Don Don wrote:
>
> Hi All, I am trying to install the above 3 softwares on a linux
> machine without connection to the itnernet on a fiesty unbuntu
> machine. (The PC must not be connected to the internet or a network so
> installation must be through other means).
>
> The problem am having is finding all the required libraries,
> sub-libraries etc for each of those packages, e.g. to install apache
> using the .deb install files will require several dependency libraries
> with each of those sub-libraries also have netsted sub libraries, so
> there is a problem of finding all required libraries, even after
> getting all these libaries there is the problem of which to install
> first and trying to install a library will ask for a previous library
> to be installed first.
>
> This is just for apache2 alone, the same process applies to the other
> remaining two packages. So am looking to see if I can just download a
> single .deb file for example apache2 and this single file will have
> all the necessary libraries for apache to install. The sam applies to
> mysql and php. There's so much headache finding all the dependent
> libraries that apache will need and then the other problem of the
> installation order.
>
> Is this possible ?


try following lines on the command prompt.You don't need to install
dependent files separately
apt-get install php5
apt-get install mysql-server-5.0
apt-get install apache2

--Isuru

>
> many thanks
>
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