Keywords: LAMP/MAMP/WAMP - Linux - How to - Other
Hi Bitnami Community,
Installing some software (on a Linux (CentOS) server in my case) that are not part of Bitnami stacks/modules and that require Apache, MySQL, and PHP to be installed a head is sometimes cumbersome. The reason is that such software look for httpd, mysql and php installation and config files in some assumed standard locations such as /usr/lib, /ect and/or other directories and therefore cannot find the installation of Bitnami httpd, mysql and php as these are wrapped inside Bitnami and usually installed in /opt/LAMP.
My question is, is there an easy way to solve this? Is there a script to maybe create symbolic links for all main services and servers installed with Bitnami LAMPP stack where such symbolic links are created to refer to Linux standard installations directories?