The new LTS is out and its fantastic. While 17.10 was an excellent step out of the Unity disaster, 18.04 has made some real strides that were necessary to bring Ubuntu to the bleeding edge with Java9 , PHP7.2 , and so on. Its actually easier than ever before to install a solid, expansive, LAMP stack foundation. Some major improvements from 17.10 include the default configuration of a phpmyadmin user, an upgrade from PHP7.1, no need to enable servers automatically starting after reboot, and more. We’ll be covering the basics such as Apache PHP MariaDB and phpMyAdmin.
April 12, 2018 \ System Administration \ 0 Comments