LAMP with PHP 5.6 Certified by Bitnami (PV)

This image is for customers that require legacy paravirtualization support (PV). New deployments should use the "LAMP" image at https://aws.amazon.com/marketplace/pp/B00NNZUY96. Deploying and configuring an environment can be a difficult and time-consuming hurdle to clear before working on a new application. When installing and configuring multiple components and libraries, many of which can conflict with one another, it is easy to make mistakes. This is why a pre-configured LAMP environment is so helpful- everything just works out of the box. Beyond the core components of the stack, Bitn... See more

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Great Product

  • By nb
  • on 06/14/2017

This is a great product! After you install, read through the docs. The commands are a little custom, but it will make sense after reading through the docs.

Here are the docs.
https://docs.bitnami.com/aws/

Here's how to access phpmyadmin.
https://docs.bitnami.com/aws/infrastructure/lamp/#access_phpmyadmin

Searching for MySQL Password

  • By WilliamM
  • on 07/25/2015

Alright guys, after reading, reading, reading and trying, trying, trying finally got mysql's password!

It's really hidden to me since I didnt know you have to look at the amazon logs and look for the application's password which is the same as the mysql password.

So the default user name is root and the password is in the amazon log.

1. Go to your amazon console and find your ec2 instance.
2. Right click on your instance to get the Instance Settings=>Get System Log
3. Scroll to the section that have this:

#########################################################################

# #

# Setting Bitnami application password to 'Rqwr92Xsaf142' #

# #

#########################################################################

That's how you get your root mysql password.

Great

  • By Marina Yerkes
  • on 06/28/2015

This is exactly what I expected! It works great and I haven't had any issues with the software. I recommend it to all.

seemless installation!

  • By Andy Cho
  • on 04/13/2015

I was able to be up and running in less than 20 minutes, very efficient!
Great way to try a LAMP stack on cloud!

Time saver!

  • By Ryan M.
  • on 03/19/2015

Great way to get up and running right out of the box. If you need a quick and simple lamp stack in the cloud, this is it,

MySQL access how to find root password?

  • By Alexander Kim
  • on 03/13/2015

I was installed this AMI for LAMP development.
Succesfully connected to the instance trough SSH,
and SFTP using putty ppk

Even get working phpmyadmin login page.

But spent several hours for searching a solution how really get access to MySQL got nothing.

There is no way to get root password for MySQL.
I was resetting password through passwd from command line many times. nothing helped.

So I think that Bitnami should create some tutorial of how MySql access should be granted to the AMI user.

After spending several hours to get my LAMP environment ready using this AMI. I just removed that from my AWS EC.

My experience is negative. Hope I'am not the dumbest person.

Good luck to everyone who will try to use it.

Simplifies A Lot

  • By Mitchell Hedditch
  • on 03/03/2015

Great setup, automatically starts Apache upon reboot, easy to use and organized.

Also has support for all major frameworks right out of the box.

My only request for the future would be for a version with CodeDeploy pre-installed.

Aside from that, a great offering!

Almost perfect

  • By yaniv
  • on 02/22/2015

The product is great, the implementation of bitnami is almost perfect.
The only thing that is problematic is the login password from the log, but I can understand the limitation that is causing that...

Amazing work !

Bitnami LAMP

  • By Claymens Lee
  • on 01/28/2015

Bitnami "Cloud Hosting Console" ?
Where is it? We couldn't find this page so we uninstalled Bitnami LAMP and installed an standard AWS LAMP instead.

not the latest software and no option to use PHP as an apache module

  • By Vincent Gabriel
  • on 09/15/2014

not the latest software and no option to use PHP as an apache module. was looking for PHP 5.5+ but it installs PHP 5.3 and i saw there was a dev version with PHP 5.6