It is a stack for Linux which consists of Apache, MySQL and PHP. AMPPS is a LAMP stack which you can install on your Linux. Apache is the web server, MySQL is the database and PHP is server side scripting language. This LAMP Stack ships with PHP, PEARL and Python server side scripting language, PEARL and Python runs on the CGI and mod_wsgi respectively an the Web server. Along with MySQL, AMPPS also provides the developers to work with MongoDB Database. To manage the databases and tables, phpMyAdmin for MySQL and RockMongo for MongoDB are provided.


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  • Compatible OS: CentOS 5.8+ (Tested), And many other Linux Distros.
  • Space:Capacity of minimum 1.5 GB Hard Disk space.
  • Memory: 1GB RAM.

Installing LAMP

  • Step 1 : Download the LAMP stack from here : Download the one under Linux section.
  • Step 2 : Run the following command to Install AMPPS on Linux.
  • Note: You must have administrator privileges on your computer to run and install AMPPS.
  • There is no command line version of AMPPS yet.
    [root@hostname] cd /download/location
    [root@hostname] chmod 0755
    [root@hostname] ./
  • Note: Replace with x86 for 32 Bit and x86_64 for 64 Bit.
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  • Step 3 : Run the file /url/local/ampps/Ampps from the GUI to start the Application.
  • OR
  • Run the file following command from the console:
  • [root@hostname] cd /usr/local/ampps
    [root@hostname] ./Ampps
  • Note: First Run of the AMPPS might take little time as it is setting up environment for you.
  • Step 4 : Click on Start Button below both Apache and MySQL to start the Services.
  • *Note: When you run AMPPS for the first time make sure you Internet connection is active.
    AMPPS doesn't support proxy yet. So you make have a Direct internet Connection.

LAMP Usage