Not quite. But if you want it to you might be able to get it to do that. LAMP stands for Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP. Apache is a web server (most of the internet web pages are served by either Apache or Windows web servers, hopefully mostly Apache). MySQL is a database system and PHP, well, that's a scripting language (technically) but some say it's a programming language - I guess because it's pretty flexable and you can write some really great stuff with it. Like this forum.fleabus wrote:What's a LAMP server? Does that turn all the lights on when you walk in the door?
I work for a web hosting company (not the one that hosts this forum, though). I wrote perl scripts to manage user accounts on the server. I also set the server up, and while it's pretty much self-healing and self running (99.9999% uptime), I am ready to jump in should something need attention, or if a customer needs help with something in their web site directory.
Well, she may have been right. I mean they have those things now days!fleabus wrote:Mom says that was a top-secret government project back in '56 when I was born, but she drinks and does lots of drugs.\