Install LAMP (Linux, Apache, MariaDB or MySQL and PHP) Stack on Debian 9

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Gabriel Cánepa

Gabriel Cánepa is a GNU/Linux sysadmin and web developer from Villa Mercedes, San Luis, Argentina. He works for a worldwide leading consumer product company and takes great pleasure in using FOSS tools to increase productivity in all areas of his daily work.

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  1. Byron says:

    lol, past two days trying to get “Stretch” installed, downloaded Fedora, an hour later my home dev server was up and running. If Debian really wants users, they should consider making it easy to install, like most other flavors of Linux.

    • Gabriel A. Cánepa says:

      What difficulties did you face while trying to set up your home dev server with Debian? I have just installed Stretch myself and at one point I was asked what group of packages I wanted to install. Development (I don’t remember the exact name, though) was one of them.

    • Eddie G. says:

      I’ll second that sentiment! While I like Debian, there seems to be a huge issue regarding the wireless and being able to just install and go. I’ve tried over, and over, and over again to install it on some “not-that-old” laptops and everytime its the same issue: No Wireless. Cannot Connect To Wireless Network. Need To Find a hardwired connection in order to proceed with install.

      While this might not be an issue in a corporate office, it can become a real barrier when working in a remote location. And yes, I realize there are wifi files that you can download and install in order to get the wireless up and running. But why is this necessary?….you’re website (Debian’s!) claims: “Debian provides more than a pure OS: it comes with over 51000 packages, precompiled software bundled up in a nice format for EASY INSTALLATION on your machine.”

      I didn’t make that up…..I copied and pasted it from the Debian site! Now…unless you are lying?….you wither need to figure out a way to include the wireless drivers or some form of wireless functionality…(at least something to allow a person to connect to the internet and then download the drivers they might need!) or else REMOVE that statement from your website! Understand, not everyone who comes to the world of Linux is going to want to futz around with tar.gz files…or having to hunt down specific files…..just for what’s now considered “Basic Functionality”….I guess this is why so many people are turning to derivatives?….(Linux Mint…..Ubuntu…..OpenSuSE…..Fedora…etc.) C’Mon Debian!……get your act together!….its been long enough!!!

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