Installing LAMP (Linux, Apache, MariaDB and PHP) on Fedora 22

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Marin Todorov

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10 Responses

  1. Tracy says:

    Exactly what I needed, thank you for the clear instructions. I’m new to Linux and had LAMP up and running the first time through.

  2. russa says:

    Awesome dude, love you for your great work!

  3. Teemu says:

    Hi, and thanks for clear instructions! I’m quite new to Linux and don’t know if this is new to anyone else, but found out that in my Fedora 22 installation I had to type #firewall-cmd –reload after opening firewall ports to get www-server working from outside localhost.

  4. Ben Shomer says:

    Thanks for an awesome, clear and precise manual.
    If it is for beginners as well (so it seems), an instruction to go ‘su’ is missing.
    Also, for convenience, I would recommend replacing ‘dnf’ with ‘dnf -y’ everywhere.


  5. Marin Todorov says:

    I thing you have another processes that is already “installing” something. You can find what the process is by opening a console and then running

    ps auxf | grep 13533

    This will show what is the process that is preventing the installation. You can wait for the process to finish or kill it if the process is not important.

  6. Trevor says:

    Never mind. The other process that was running and needed to be killed was PHPStorm. I should have figured that… Sorry!

  7. Trevor says:

    Thanks for these instructions! I followed the directions here and everything is working perfectly. However, I’ve had no luck figuring out how to install PHPMyAdmin in Fedora 22.

    When I type at CLI:

    ‘dnf install phpmyadmin -y’

    the system locates the various packages to be installed or upgraded, but then states

    ‘Downloading Packages:
    Waiting for process with pid 13533 to finish.’

    and basically times out from there.

    Any ideas? I feel like I am overlooking something.


    • Ben Shomer says:

      You simply has another dnf process running at the same time.
      You just need to wait some time for it to clear and run the command again.

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