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 **LAMP** is a an acronym for a combined set of software to run a web server containing the following software products: **Apache, MySQL, and Perl, Python, or PHP**. The "L" stands for Linux, therefore there is also an acronym named **WAMP** representing the Windows operating system. This also means that the title of this article is misleading. The approach is to install the same combined set of software, but using NetBSD as the operating system instead of Linux.   **LAMP** is a an acronym for a combined set of software to run a web server containing the following software products: **Apache, MySQL, and Perl, Python, or PHP**. The "L" stands for Linux, therefore there is also an acronym named **WAMP** representing the Windows operating system. This also means that the title of this article is misleading. The approach is to install the same combined set of software, but using NetBSD as the operating system instead of Linux. 
   
 We will install all components using pkgsrc, building all packages from source. An installation using existing binaries provided by ftp.netbsd.org is not possible.   In the following examples, we will install all components using pkgsrc, building all packages from source.
   
 **Contents**  **Contents**
   
Line 85  and restart your MySQL server. To check  Line 85  and restart your MySQL server. To check 
     # sockstat -l      # sockstat -l
   
   
 For many more options, consider reading the MySQL [Documentation](http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.6/en/).   For many more options, consider reading the MySQL [Documentation](https://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.7/en/).
   
   
 #  Installing the PHP module for Apache  #  Installing the PHP module for Apache

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