Installing a LAMP server on Ubuntu can be a bit daunting your first few times. But it is truly no more challenging than understanding what the components of a LAMP system are and then installing them in a certain order.
LAMP may traditionally stand for Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP, but that is not the order in which you should install the components. After installing each part, you should expect to validate the installation by testing it. For this reason, the installation process is not LAMP but LAPM. You can learn how to do each by following the links below in order:
As mentioned, you should check each component after installation. If any component does not work, validate the relevant configuration file against the configuration instructions given on the following pages:
Learn the rest of the LAMP system: