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LAMP packaged by Bitnami

Bitnami by VMware | 8.0.24-1-r01 on Debian 11

Linux/Unix, Debian 11 - 64-bit Amazon Machine Image (AMI)

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    Amitav Roy

Great server out of the box

  • June 27, 2014
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This AMI is a great starting point to host any website. Most of the settings which are there by default are very much optimized.

Another thing which I like about this AMI is the security points which are covered. Very simple things like blocking phpMyAdmin etc.

Overall it's very easy to manage multiple applications and run the server peacefully. Installing new features are easy and their documentation is very good.


    E. Sterling

Need a web app up fast? This is what you need

  • June 09, 2014
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I was prototyping a new web app and I wanted it online quick. Thanks to Bitnami I was able to get straight to coding the app instead of having to spend time setting up the whole stack.

I've now got my app connected to an RDS instance, so if Bitnami did a version of this without MySQL it'd be even better!


    Vasantha Kumar

Very good

  • December 16, 2013
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I am using this image for quite long time and it's well configured and easy to use.. one thing not very sure though is the support for C3.LARGE instance type,, other than this particular issue everything seems to be very fine :-)


    Matt Green (Sydney AUS)

So easy ....

  • November 09, 2013
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Setting up a fully functional web environment in Ubuntu has never been this easy. Using Bitnami AMIs will definitely help accelerate my learning of the AWS platform.


    Gordon Brown

2 click LAMP stack

  • September 10, 2013
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Click continue, click launch with one click, assign an elastic ip. Import the pem security key to puttygen, save it as ppk, use the ppk as ssh authentication, putty into the elastic ip you assigned the instance, sign in as bitnami no password,and boom! Command line access.

Open up notepad++, Plugin/NppFTP, gear on the right/personal settings, hostname = elastic ip you assigned, check try private key, give it the pem. Boom! file structure and code access.

Putty settings, SSH/Tunnels add source port 8888 destination localhost:80. Go to 127.0.0.1:8888/phpmyadmin/ Boom! MYSQL

Remember to save that ip, auth key, tunnel settings as a putty profile for one click command line and myphpadmin access!
Fun Fun!


    Matt

Easy!

  • July 25, 2013
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Clicked a few buttons and, viola, a web server all ready to go.

I could have done it myself but why would I if it could do it for me, and for free