Keywords: LAMP/MAMP/WAMP - Linux - Technical issue - Other
I have installed Bitnami LAMP on my Ubuntu laptop. It seems to work fine- the document root is where it should be for bitnami, the mysql works fine, just like it should. The document root is at Bitnami/apache2/htdocs. Works good, just like on the AWS server.
Then I install Android Studio on the laptop for some app development I am doing. As you might know this requires installing Node.js, etc. At some point the document root is changed to www/html/. Now mySQL no longer works (ie I can't log into phpmyadmin) and my userid and password for mySQL no longer works.
This is an install issue, not a "your code" issue. Have you seen this before? Is there some way to restore LAMP to the bitnami "standard" without having to reformat the hard drive and reinstalling Ubuntu?
I am running out of ideas. I am going to try to install a non bitnami LAMP and hope that will solve the problem. I'd prefer to use Bitnami's LAMP for 64 bit Linux, but there is an installation problem, which I think is due to bitnami's non standard LAMP configuration.