Install and Configure Web Services (Apache Virtual Hosting) on Zentyal Server – Part 9

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5 Responses

  1. Matei Cezar says:

    @Andre: As far as I know MySQL is configured to listen only on localhost. Edit mysql configuration to listen on a specific IP address or all addresses(
    netstat -tlpn command will give a hint on what address MySQL is listening!

  2. Andre says:

    Just have an question how do you open port 3306 for access in zentyal. i tried adding it to the service and then to the firewall but nothing nada please HELP!!!!

  3. Javier says:

    Great Tutorials:

    How can I install an SSL Secured web app within the same domain as my Zentyal Server?

  4. Alfonso says:

    For the MySQL Root password:
    sudo cat /var/lib/zentyal/conf/zentyal-mysql.passwd

  5. Ben says:

    Hi, I’ve really enjoyed your tutorials/guides so far. I was wondering if you knew how to add a WordPress website to the web server. The problem I’ve had is that I cannot access the mysql database.

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