By Googling you can find different how-to's to build, install and configure a LAMP stack on different Linux distributions.
Most of you should already know but LAMP is an acronym that means Linux, Apache, MySQL and PHP (or Perl, or Python); on this kind of stack there are so many solution(s) built on-top and, maybe, the most famous one is Wikipedia.
The huge difference between this LAMP stack and others is that everything is configured, ready-to-run and updated to the latest releases; so, you do not have to worry about the configuration of OL7, Yum-Channels and installation of different pieces of software; this vagrant box will manage everything!!!
At the end, thanks to the configuration of "Software Collection Library 3.0" you'll have:
Obviously, minor releases could change in the time due to the forced installation of latest packages available.
Once booted, your VirtualBox virtual-machine will be automatically configured to expose the Apache/PHP service to the host operating system and a demo web-page is already there to verify that everything correctly works; so, by your host preferred browser just open "http://localhost:8080/info.php":
It's our intention to continue to introduce further solutions on this GitHub repository, solutions that could help Developers to get ready-to-run environments with Oracle or non-Oracle products on-top.
Actually you can find:
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