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Old 11-20-2007, 11:40 AM
"TEREZA SIMCIC"
 
Default ubuntu-users Digest, Vol 39, Issue 146 LAMP instead XAMP worked OK

On Nov 13, 2007 5:04 PM, Darryl Tidd
<darryl.tidd@daaokc.com> wrote:
I have installed the LAMP
stack on Ubuntu, and when I navigate to
http://localhost/test.php (file I created) Firefox and Konqueror ask me

if I want to save the file instead of opening the page. *Suggestions?

Hi Darryl Tidd,
I have the same problem today. As I'm a complete beginner in Ubuntu, as well as in Linux, but I worked before in WinXP environment well with LAMP, I didn't know how to solve the problem.

I tried once again installing apache2 and PHP as it is suggested here: http://www.mysql-apache-php.com/,
but I installed also Mysql before testing everything. Afterwards the problem gone?! I'm experimenting with Ubuntu and I've reinstalled it in last few days few times, and this problem with LAMP appeared only today. Thus I really don't know why this happened.


Cheers, Tereza

2007/11/15, jose martin-Lunas <jozelo58@yahoo.com.mx>:
For Instaling Lamp this distro worked out perfect: (Ihave the same problem as you have php download or open...)* I tried for a month to fix it then I found this:
#This worked Out PERFECT!! and simple : XAMPP

Go to the page:
http://www.apachefriends.org/en/xampp-linux.html

#After downloading simply type in the following commands:


#Go to a Linux shell and login as the system administrator root:
su


#Extract the downloaded archive file to /opt:
sudo tar xvfz xampp-linux-1.6.4.tar.gz -C /opt

#Warning: Please use only this command to install XAMPP. DON'T use any Microsoft Windows tools to extract the archive, it won't work.


#Warning 2: already installed XAMPP versions get overwritten by this command.


#That's all. XAMPP is now installed below the /opt/lampp directory.
*#Step 3: Start
#To start XAMPP simply call this command:

sudo /opt/lampp/lampp start

#You should now see something like this
on your screen:

#Starting XAMPP 1.6.4...
#LAMPP: Starting Apache...
#LAMPP: Starting MySQL...
#LAMPP started.


#Ready. Apache and MySQL are running.



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Today's Topics:

1. Re: Can't print (version
7.10 - Gutsy Gibbon) to a printer

connected locally (NoOp)
2. Re: Prevent (Gerald Dachs)
3. Re: LAMP (Jensen Somers)
4. RE: Dovecot versus Postfix (Jan Sneep)
5. Re:
LAMP (Darryl Tidd)
6. Re: LAMP (Joe Abi Raad)
7. Mouse doesn't open anything in the toolbar any more!
(Ashley Benton)
8. Re: How to filter search results in a google or yahoo

searchengineresult list (niel)
9. Re: How to filter search results in a google or yahoo
searchengineresult list (Mark H. Nichols)
De: NoOp <
glgxg@sbcglobal.net>
A: ubuntu-users@lists.ubuntu.com
Fecha: Tue, 13 Nov 2007 08:16:08 -0800

Asunto: Re: Can't print (version 7.10 - Gutsy Gibbon) to a printer connected
locally

On 11/12/2007 06:34 PM, Scott Kaplan wrote:
> I installed the download - no luck. In Unbuntu 7.10 is there a log

> file that shows print debug information?
>
> Thanks, Scott
>
> On Nov 11, 2007 10:26 PM, NoOp
<[it's impolite to include full email addresses in quotes]>sbcglobal.net> wrote:
>>
>> On 11/11/2007 07:37 PM, Scott Kaplan wrote:

>>> I apologize in advance for the newbie question. I am very new to
>>> Unbuntu and linux. I installed Ubuntu yesterday and everything
>>> works great except for printing. The only documentation I could

>>> find for how to set up a printer in Ubuntu is in version 7.4.
>>> From some documentation I found online it sounded like the
>>> Printer Configuration dialog is new in 7.10.
>>>

>>> I am trying to print to my Lexmark x7350. It is connected
>>> directly to my Ubuntu box via USB
>>>
>>> Here are the steps I tried: System->Administration->Printing The

>>> Printer configuration - localhost dialog showed the following
>>> information:
Description: Lexmark 7300 Series
>>> Location: Device URI:
>>> usb://Lexmark/%207300%20Series Make and Model: Lexmark 7000
>>> Foomatic/lex7000 (recommended) Printer State: idle

>>> Default Printer: This is the default printer
>>>
>>> I clicked the Print Test Page button and I got a popup:Submitted
>>> - Test page submitted as job 1. I clicked OK to this.

>>>
>>> Unfortunately nothing ever printed. I also tried to print from
>>> an Open Office doc - no luck.
>>>
>>> Thanks in advance, Scott
>>>

>>
>> Lexmark printers can be a problem. Go here and download:
>>
>> And the Lexmark driver:
>>
>> [
http://preview.tinyurl.com/39q8wo] Drivers
>> print-drivers-linux-glibc2-x86.deb
>> Version 5.3.3 Driver for Debian and Linspire Linux Systems
>>

Check in /var/log/cups/error.log


However, I suspect that the problem is simply that the ppd file never
makes it to the /etc/cups/ppd directory. When you installed the lexmark
drivers it should have untarred a ppd file:
Lexmark-Z35-lxz35cj-cups.ppd
. See if you can find that on your system
and copy it to /etc/cups/ppd. That ppd file is really all that you
should need to use the printer.



De: Gerald Dachs <
ubuntu@dachsweb.de>
A: ubuntu-users@lists.ubuntu.com
Fecha: Tue, 13 Nov 2007 17:21:42 +0100

Asunto: Re: Prevent

Am Tue, 13 Nov 2007 16:43:17 +0100
schrieb Nils Kassube :

> Gerald Dachs
wrote:
> > Quoting Nils Kassube :
> > > Luca Di Vizio wrote:
> > >> Hi all,
> > >> I'm making a Live CD (based on Xubuntu) for children. One of the
> > >> requirements is that the internal disks (IDE, Serial ATA and

> > >> SCSI) are not visible to the user, but I want to allow them to
> > >> write on USB disks... I've no idea how to solve this problem...
> > >> please help me!
> > >

> > > Make your own kernel without support for IDE / SATA / SCSI
> > > controllers.
> >
> > No easy task, because he would have to put the whole content of the
> > Live CD into the initrd and let it load into the memory before

> > the kernel starts. Without this controllers the kernel can't access
> > the CD-Rom anymore.
>
> Arrgh - good catch! Then it would only work with
the system on USB
> stick instead of CD. I know that is possible, but not all mainboards
> support booting from USB stick.

Even then he should not switch off EVERY module that has SCSI in the
name, as some of them are need by usb-storage IIRC.


Gerald


De: "Jensen Somers" <jensen.somers@gmail.com>
A: "Ubuntu user technical support,

not for general discussions" <ubuntu-users@lists.ubuntu.com>
Fecha: Tue, 13 Nov 2007 18:01:12 +0100

Asunto: Re: LAMP

Hello,

On Nov 13, 2007 4:32 PM, Darryl Tidd wrote:
>
> Jensen Somers wrote:
>
> Hello,
>
> On Nov 13, 2007 4:04 PM, Darryl Tidd wrote:

>
>
> I have installed the LAMP stack on Ubuntu, and when I navigate to
>
http://localhost/test.php (file I created) Firefox and Konqueror ask me
> if I want to save the file instead of opening the page.
Suggestions?
>
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>
> How did you install LAMP?
> The main reason this occurs is an incorrect setup when the Apache
> server does not threat the PHP files correctly and sees them as binary

> files.
> Make sure the correct PHP modules are loaded by the Apache configuration.
>
> - Jensen
>
>
> Installed via apt-get, I use a2enmod command but see no php modules listed.

>
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Could you check if libapache2-mod-php5 is installed? If you install
the php5 meta package this should be done
automatically.

- Jensen


De: "Jan Sneep" <jan@azureservices.ca>
A: "'Ubuntu user technical support,

not for general discussions'" <ubuntu-users@lists.ubuntu.com>
Fecha: Tue, 13 Nov 2007 11:48:05 -0500

Asunto: RE: Dovecot versus Postfix

> All my setups use sendmail or qmail and dovecot. If you need
> help there I
> and I'm sure a million others can help.
>
>
> --
> Cheers

> Res

OK, usually I try to find a document someplace before I bother the list with
specific details so I'm not wasting folks time.

Both the Postfix and Dovecot servers are up and running based on all the

tests I have read about and done. Installed themselves when I loaded the
LAMP server software.

But how do you send mail to either one?

I don't have an Internet domain name for the server as it is strictly for

use on the LAN. I have called the machine "Ubuntu", yes I know
terribly
creative, but it seemed like a good idea at the time. I am trying to replace
an old version of Microsoft Mail that came with the Windows '95 disk. Using
MS Outlook as the client software on my Win XP machine I can go into

Tools -> Services and click on "Add" and select "Microsoft Mail" from the
choices. All I have to do then on the window that pops up is browse to the
folder on the LAN that holds the mailboxes and I'm done the setup. This

setup automatically reads what mailboxes have been created and adds them to
my Address Book, so I just have to click on a name and click send to have it
go.

Using Webmin I can see under Servers -> Postfix Configuration an Icon for

User Mailboxes which shows me 41 mailboxes, 5 of these are the family users
that I have created through the Gnome System -> Administration -> Users and
Groups, which only shows me the 5 family members and the root user.


[This brings up
another question: how do I get rid of users "openexchange",
"open-xchange and "oxadmin", which are left over from my attempt to get Open
Exchange working on the server, spent months on that one, but in the end had

to give up as the documentation just didn't work for Ubuntu and no one on
the Open Exchange forum could help, so now have managed to get eGroupware
working]

Up until I started to play around with the settings for Postfix and Dovecot

there were no messages in anybodies mail box, however I now have 123
messages in my "jan" mailbox. Webmin tells me they are in /var/mail/jan and
when I look at them they are all from Cron Daemon. when I open one of them

it is addressed from root@ubuntu.localdomain (Cron Daemon) addressed to

root@ubuntu.localdomain. With a subject of "Cron cd / &&
run-parts -- report /etc/cron.hourly" and the following message "run-parts:
run-parts: component /etc/cron.hourly/spamrunner
is a broken symbolic link"

Of course if I try to address any mail from my Win XP machine to either

jan@ubuntu.localdomain or root@ubuntu.localdomain it fails because of course
my default email account attempts to use my ISP's SMTP server to send the

mail and it is looking for an Internet domain name called ubuntu.localdomain
and DNS can't find that one on the public servers ... :O)

So, How does one actually use the server once it is up and running? and now,

How can I fix the Cron problem?

Any help, emails, documentation or links to web sites would be greatly
appreciated.

Jan


De: Darryl Tidd <
darryl.tidd@daaokc.com>
A: "Ubuntu user technical support,
not for general discussions" <
ubuntu-users@lists.ubuntu.com>
Fecha: Tue, 13 Nov 2007 11:27:32 -0600
Asunto: Re: LAMP

Jensen Somers wrote:
> Hello,
>
> On Nov 13, 2007 4:32 PM, Darryl Tidd
wrote:
>
> Could you check if libapache2-mod-php5 is installed? If you install
> the php5 meta package this should be done automatically.
>
> - Jensen
>
>
Says it is installed and the newest version.



De: "Joe Abi Raad" <joe.abiraad@gmail.com>
A: "Ubuntu user technical support,

not for general discussions" <ubuntu-users@lists.ubuntu.com>
Fecha: Tue, 13 Nov 2007 19:41:41 +0200

Asunto: Re: LAMP

Hi Darryl
go to

http://joeabiraad.com/linuxunix/installing-lamp-on-ubuntu-710-linuxapachemysqlphp/100
there is a good guide on installing LAMP on ubuntu
7.10



On Nov 13, 2007 5:04 PM, Darryl Tidd
<darryl.tidd@daaokc.com> wrote:

I have installed the LAMP stack on Ubuntu, and when I navigate to
http://localhost/test.php
(file I created) Firefox and Konqueror ask me
if I want to save the file instead of opening the page. *Suggestions?

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De: "Ashley Benton" <meggalen@gmail.com>
A: "Ubuntu user technical support,

not for general discussions"
<ubuntu-users@lists.ubuntu.com>
Fecha: Tue, 13 Nov 2007 13:24:51 -0500
Asunto: Mouse doesn't open anything in the toolbar any more!


Hi,
I was putting some applets on my toolbar when an error report showed
up and froze the system. As I didn't know what to do or which
application to kill I rebooted the computer. Now I have trouble with

my mouse. I can see the arrow of the mouse and move it, if I right
click on the screen or click on something that is on the desktop that
works but if I try the toolbar nothing happen. Does anybody have any
idea of what I should do? Right now I am stuck out of my home and

everything that is on the toolbar.
I am using ubuntu 6.10
Thank you
Meg


De: niel <bqz69@telia.com
>
A: "Ubuntu user technical support,
not for general discussions" <ubuntu-users@lists.ubuntu.com
>
Fecha: Tue, 13 Nov 2007 19:25:14 +0100
Asunto: Re: How to filter search results in a google or
yahoo
searchengineresult list

On Monday 12 November 2007 23.15.00 Tipton, Timothy wrote:
> > I will try to explain a little more detailed, what kind of program I
>
> am
>
> > looking for:

> >
> > First I search in an search engine, and get 7.900 search results split
>
> up
>
> > on
> > 79 individual search result pages (1,2,3 etc), all linked from the

>
> first
>
> > search result page.
> >
> > Then I would like to do a free text search on those 7.900 search
>
> results,
>
> > based on a more specific search term (I know what I am looking for),

>
> and
>
> > then
> > end up with maybe 80 search results, specific aimed at what I am
>
> looking
>
> > for.
> >
> > Then again i maybe would like to do another still more
specific search
>
> on
>
> > those 80 search results, and maybe end up with 18 results.
>
> I don't know about yahoo, but on Google, if you do a search, for
> instance, on "gold rings" you get 1 million plus pages, if you scroll to

> the bottom of the page of the first results, there's a link there that
> says " Search within results" ... which takes you to a new search page,
> but only searches within the results of your original search.

>
> I would post a screenshot here, but since it's plain text... well...
>
>
> Give that a try.
> Tim

Strange things happen:

I am now searching for information about getting windows vista to double boot

together with ubuntu 7.10 (my problem is, that vista will not boot when
double installed together with ubuntu 7.10 - have tried two times).

I searced using firefox, in google on the following phrase:


"how
to make vista double boot with ubuntu" (46.100 results)

then I gradually reduced the number of results by adding single words:

"how to make vista double boot with ubuntu -virtual" (10.900 results)

"how to make vista double boot with ubuntu -virtual -xp" (23.900 results)
"how to make vista double boot with ubuntu -virtual -xp +7.10" (398 results)
"how to make vista double boot with ubuntu -virtual -xp +7.10 -triple" (393

results)

Then I used the "search within results" option, and inserted "+vista"
and got 935 results (that's a lot more than 393)?

When I searched using konqueror, searching on the same phrase, I ended up

with 427 search results?
When I then tried "search within results" and inserted "+vista" I got 2890
results.

I did never use any double quotes in my search.


De: "Mark H. Nichols" <
ubuntu.prole@gmail.com>
A: "Ubuntu user technical support,
not for general discussions"
<ubuntu-users@lists.ubuntu.com>
Fecha: Tue, 13 Nov 2007 12:44:22 -0600
Asunto: Re: How to filter search results in a google or yahoo

searchengineresult list


On Nov 13, 2007, at 12:25 PM, niel wrote:
Strange things happen:

I am now searching for information about getting windows vista to double boot*together with ubuntu 7.10 (my problem is, that vista will not boot when
*double installed together with ubuntu 7.10 - have tried two times).
I searced using firefox, in google on the following phrase:

"how to make vista double boot with ubuntu" (46.100 results)
Try searching for "vista ubuntu dual boot" *
http://www.google.com/search?client=safari&rls=en&q=vista+ubuntu+dual+bo ot&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8

Third of 1,690,000,000 results:http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=207870

For me at least, relying on Google's relevancy (i.e., ranking) usually satisfies and I don't need to go beyond the 4th or 5th result returned.
Mark


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