Ubuntu Installation (Begginner)1 user found helpful
Be advised, you may have to "apt-get" some additional software, for example: APC, php-mysql, python, etc... If you get any errors it is usually because for a missing .deb package or a misconfigured .conf. Good luck :)
it should bring up an ip address. Once you have the ip address try accessing the urlhttp://your.ip.address.here see if you can bring up a page served by apache. if you can't bring up the page see if you can ping the address.
I ask because I have a vanilla 9.04 server onto which I've installed LAMP etc to get concrete5 working. But I've not been totally convinced that it's as efficient or secure as I would like (primarily because I'm not an expert, so I always have a niggle that I'm missing some important configuration..)
Thx for all your help Forum!!!
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