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Introduction to XAMPP
XAMPP is a local server for development for Windows, Linux and Mac users. This supports testing your web based PHP applications locally at higher speeds and those applications can be made live later. PHP and Perl are programming languages used for development. Apache server coverts those applications and makes readable to web browsers. Then there comes Maria DB for storing the content and data of the Site or application.
As Linux by default has all these features so why one should use XAMPP. In Linux you need to configure all these features manually but XAMPP contains all these packages installed with it and configured. So this makes easiness and simplicity in using the package. Configuring an Apache server manually in Linux can be a tough task for a less experience developer. Therefore the package helps them with ease and simple to use.
Home page explains the installation method of XAMPP on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS System in detail. Each step is explained with a CLI (Command Line Interface) commands. Here we will explains the installation process in more details. Which will help you to understand easily the process by looking into screenshots.
Installation Guide for XAMPP on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS System
The home page explains the installation process completely with CLI command for each step. Here the installation method will be just highlighted briefly. Read the instructions on front page if you are unable to install XAMPP properly.
Download XAMPP For Ubuntu
Download the latest executable file for Ubuntu from the links given on top of this page.
Make the downloaded file executable
From Terminal use commands to make the downloaded file executable.
Confirm Execution permission
Permit execution using commands from terminal.
Launching Setup Wizard
Use sudo command to launch setup wizard.
Use Bitnami GUI to Launch
Bitnamic GUI Wizard opened in above step, use it for further steps. When finished, launch XAMPP through terminal.
Verify Installation By Typing http://localhost in browser
Type https://localhost in browser, you will see a welcome note from it specifying version with it.