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How to Install MySQL 8.0 on Ubuntu 16.04

How to Install MySQL 8.0 on Ubuntu 16.04

Overview MySQL 8.0 is long awaited release of MySQL that brings a lot of new features and enhancements. Objective In this tutorial we’ll learn how to install MySQL 8.0 on Ubuntu 16.04 (Xenial Xerus) from MySQL apt repository. Prerequisite This tutorial assume that we have fresh install of Ubuntu Server 16.04 (Xenial Xerus). You can also follow this tutorial on any flavor of Ubuntu 16.04 like Kubuntu or Xubuntu. Please take extra caution when you’re following this tutorial on production…

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How to Install MySQL 5.5 on Ubuntu 14.04

How to Install MySQL 5.5 on Ubuntu 14.04

Overview MySQL is one of the most used open source database especially for web application. MySQL 5.5 is a pretty old version of MySQL but if your application still needs to use this version of MySQL you can follow this tutorial. In this tutorial we’ll learn how to install MySQL 5.5 in Ubuntu 14.04. We’ll also secure and configure our MySQL server installation. Prerquisite This tutorial assume you have clean install of Ubuntu Server 14.04. You can use any flavor…

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How To Install MySQL 5.7 on Ubuntu 16.04

How To Install MySQL 5.7 on Ubuntu 16.04

Overview MySQL is one of the most used database for web based application. It’s the M in LAMP stack. Ubuntu 16.04 Xenial Xerus shipped with MySQL 5.7 so we can easily install MySQL 5.7 without adding additional repository. In this tutorial we’ll learn how to install MySQL 5.7 on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS (Xenial Xerus). This tutorial assume that we will install MySQL 5.7 on a fresh Ubuntu 16.04 installation or on a system that have no MySQL server or similar…

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How-to Install Apache, MySQL, PHP (LAMP) Stack On Ubuntu 15.04

How-to Install Apache, MySQL, PHP (LAMP) Stack On Ubuntu 15.04

LAMP Stack Overview LAMP stack is one of the most used application stack that power the web. It consist of Linux as operating systems, Apache as web server, MySQL as Database Server and PHP as the programming language that run the web application. MySQL can be replaced with MariaDB or PerconaDB, PHP can be repalaced with Perl or Python. Apache itself can be replaced by lighttpd, nginx, or Openlitespeed. But for now we’ll focus on creating LAMP Stack on Ubuntu…

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