Raspberry Pi SD Card IMG for Apache, PHP 7.0 and MySQL/MariaDB on a Raspberry Pi (LAMP) with phpMyAdmin

Raspberry Pi SD Card IMG for Apache, PHP 7.0 and MySQL/MariaDB on a Raspberry Pi (LAMP) with phpMyAdmin

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PiHome Raspberry Pi LAMP Server. Apache, PHP 7.0 and MySQL/MariaDB on a Raspberry Pi (LAMP)

PiHome Raspberry Pi LAMP Server. Apache, PHP 7.0 and MySQL/MariaDB on a Raspberry Pi (LAMP)

Rasbian OS Credentials:
Username: root
Password: pihome

MySQL/MaridaDB Credentials:
Username: root
Password: passw0rd

phpMyAdmin Login Credentials:
Username: root
Password: passw0rd

Make sure you change these login credentials to something more secure. if you like this drop a thank you line.

I have prepared Raspberry pi 8GB SD card image with the LAMP stack and including Apache, PHP 7.0 and MySQL/MariaDB and phpMyAdmin pre installed and configured, you can download this image and burn it on SD card (minimum 8GB sd card required). if you need help with how to copy img file to sd card please check this OS (Raspbian Jessie) Installation and WiFi Configuration.

Raspbian version 8.
You need to expand the file system to the full size of the sd card. I did an update and upgrade to keep it all current to date 07-03-2018. The Image is 1,760.78 MB in size.

Rasbian OS Credentials:
Username: root
Password: pihome

MySQL/MaridaDB Credentials:
Username: root
Password: passw0rd

phpMyAdmin Login Credentials:
Username: root
Password: passw0rd

To access phpMyAdmin go to http://<pi ip address>/phpmyadmin from web browser. There has been no other modification or optimisation. Make sure you change these login credentials to something more secure. if you like this drop a thank you line.

5 comments

  1. thank you so much PIHome 🙂

  2. Hi ,
    PIHome

    very good image, I spent days trying to install phpmyadmin, and could not, now I have a 100% easy image to develop my datalloger with raspberry, thank you very much pihome .. soon I will share my results

  3. Although I have set up a RPi LAMP stack myself before, I needed to get up and running with a project quickly. Downloaded your image, quick update and I was up and running in half an hour. Thank you so much for your hard work and sharing.

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