How to Install XAMPP on your Ubuntu

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What is XAMPP

Cross-platform (X), Apache (A) server, MariaDB (M), PHP (P), and Perl (P) are the acronyms for XAMPP. It functions essentially as a local host or local server and was created by Apache Friends. Before uploading it to the remote web server or computer, you can install this software on your PC and test the customers or your website using this local server. Although XAMPP is most often known to Windows users, Ubuntu Linux users can also utilise XAMPP packages. We will walk you through the process of installing this application stack on your computer step-by-step in this article. The installation can then be confirmed using a few URLs. If necessary, you can also follow the uninstall procedure, which will assist you in removing the software.

On an Ubuntu system, the instructions and processes outlined in this article have been executed.

Installing XAMPP on Ubuntu

Please follow the following steps to download, install and configure XAMPP on your system:

Step 1: Download the installation package

The first step is to download the XAMPP package for Linux from the official Apache Friends website:

After selecting XAMPP for Linux, you will be given the choice to either run or save the package to your computer. We advise using the Save File option to download the package. Your downloaded file will then automatically be saved to the Downloads folder.

Step 2: Make the installation package executable

Run this command


Step 3:

chmod 755

Step 4:

sudo ./
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