A dead-simple LAMP stack without any bells and whistles for your basic Linux/Apache/MySQL/PHP install.
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Vagrant LAMP stack

A dead-simple LAMP stack without any bells and whistles for your basic Linux/Apache/MySQL/PHP install, using Chef Solo for provisioning.

The idea is for developers to fork this and add additional software and configuration that suits the needs of their project.

Requirements

Note: Vagrant 1.0.x compatible stack is also available.

Installation

Clone this repository

$ git clone git@github.com:MiniCodeMonkey/Vagrant-LAMP-Stack.git

Place your website in the public folder

Usage

Start the VM

$ cd Vagrant-LAMP-Stack
$ vagrant up

You can now access your project at http://projectname.local

Screenshot of up-and-running server

Database dump import

Chef will automatically try to import the database dump specified by the filename set in the :db_dump option of your Vagrantfile.

If you are using the default configuration, just create a dump.sql file in the root directory with your table structure and/or content and it will be imported automatically when you run vagrant up.

Installed software

  • Apache 2
  • MySQL
  • PHP 5.4 (with mysql, curl, mcrypt, memcached, gd)
  • memcached
  • postfix
  • vim, git, screen, curl, composer

Default credentials

MySQL

  • Username: root
  • Password: root
  • Host: localhost
  • Port: 3306

Note: Remote MySQL access is enabled by default, so you can access the MySQL database using your favorite MySQL client with the above credentials (and using e.g. projectname.local as hostname).

Memcached

  • Port: 11211

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