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How to recreate a Wampserver like functionality on my localhost so I can see loaded Apache/PHP/MySQL Version, Loaded PHP modules, My Projects (actual directories in the "/var/www"/) and etc.

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That link is showing access denied. Also, can you clarify your question a bit? Wampserver suggests you already are on localhost. Are you asking how to install Apache, etc., on an Ubuntu server? –  Charlie S Dec 17 '12 at 16:45
    
on fresh install of Wampserver when you visit your localhost you can see a page with the following information: Server Information, Apache/PHP/MySQL Version, Loaded Extensions, Tools, Your Projects (which are the directories in your "www"), Your Aliases (PhpMyAdmin). I want to recreate this in my LAMP if it's possible –  Tosho Dec 18 '12 at 6:46
    
Look at xampp for ubuntu –  Prasad Dec 18 '12 at 8:05
    
I already have Apache,MySQL,PHP installed and running. I'm looking only for solution similar to WampServer when I open localhost. Would it be a standalone application or custom written script it doesn't matter –  Tosho Dec 18 '12 at 12:33
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You mean a summary of the services running / phpMyAdmin / what exactly? –  Charlie S Dec 18 '12 at 15:18
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Once you have migrated your files and database to Ubuntu, you can create a php file with phpinfo(); inside the file. View this in your browser and it will show you all the loaded php modules.

For a list of loaded apache2 modules open a terminal and type apache2ctl -M

To lookup your MySQL version there are a number of ways listed here http://www.geeksww.com/tutorials/database_management_systems/mysql/tips_and_tricks/how_to_check_mysql_version_number.php

But from your mysql> prompt type SELECT version();

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