(Deprecated )Setting Up my Drupal Enviroment in Ubuntu
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Lazy Dubuntu

------------ Deprecated ------------

I do not longer use Ubuntu as my development enviroment, for this reason I do not longer have interested on maintaining this project.

Join the chat at https://gitter.im/darol100/lazydubuntu

Setting Up my Drupal Environment in Ubuntu.

The goal of this project is to be able to set-up a dev environment with one click. This script will run in your ubuntu and will set-up everything that you need to start developing website with Drupal and others technologies.



This shell script it was created with the idea of speed up the process of setting up a development environment for Drupal and other technologies. This project will help you install a variety of Ubuntu packages with their proper configuration.


Since this project is open source you can pick and choose which packages that you want to be installed on your OS. For instance, if you do not want to install the text editor Atom because you already have the editor that you like. You can remove packages that you do not wanted on your OS.

If you which removing packages please visit the usage page for more information.


You do not need to spend hours trying to figure out what is the best configuration for you development Drupal environment. We configuration and documentation for you environment.


Before the installation

We are asssuming that you have a clean installation of Ubuntu 14.04. Because this shell script is going to install a lot different packages and if your OS already have some packages with configuration it might be lost. This shell script it can be install either on a computer and/or virtual machine.

Terminal Way

  wget https://github.com/darol100/lazydubuntu/archive/master.zip # Download Lazy Dubuntu
  unzip master.zip  # Extract
  cd lazydubuntu-master
  sudo bash lazydubuntu.sh  # Run the shell script


Please vist Lazy Dubuntu Website for documentation usage.