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Amazon Web Service is the best place for web hosting. SInce it supports cloud computing. By this blog, you can easily setup an aws ec2 ubuntu server

Step 1 :
Sign into Amazon Console with your amazon credentials. Aws account is free for first year.

Step 2 :

Select your Region where you want to setup your ubuntu server. Later click on Ec2 Virtual Servers in the clouds menu in console menu list

Step 3 :

Click Launch an Instance

Step 4 :

Select Ubuntu Server 14.04 LTS in server type list

Step 5 :

Select server type. Select t2.micro or t2.small and later click Configure Instance Details

Step 6:

Click Add Storage Button

Step 7 :

Click Tag Instance Button

Step 8:

Give a value like "WebServer" for key "name" and click Configure Security group  Button

Step 9 :

Select pre existing group or create a new security group. Try to create default security group as below if no security groups exist. And last click Review and Launch button

Step 10 :

Click Launch button

Step 11 :

Now you need a keypair to log into your instance. So you can create a new key pair. Please save private key safely because it is required to login into server later.

Step 12 :

Click View Instance button

Now you can see your instance is initialising. It takes time to your server to be in running state.

Step 13 :

You can connect to your server using pem key you get after key pair creation. If you are using Windows, you need Putty to connect to server. Download Putty here. Follow this to connect to server from windows.

If you are using linux, you need terminal to connect to server using ssh command. Follow below commands

chmod 600 path/to/yourkeyname.pem                                                                                                   
ssh -i path/to/yourkeyname.pem ubuntu@ip.address                                                                             

Now you are connected to your server.

Step 14 :

Firstly, update your ubuntu server using below command

sudo apt-get update                                                                                                                               

Step 15 :

Once ubuntu is updated, execute below command to install full LAMP stack in your server.

sudo apt-get install lamp-server^                                                                                                         

Enter yes or 'y' when prompted to install MySQL. Also enter password twice. Please take note of this password because it is required to connect to database later

Step 16 :

Execute below command to install PHPMyAdmin

sudo apt-get install phpmyadmin                                                                                                         

Enter y and later select apache2 when prompter and followed by 'no' when asked to use default databases.

Step 17 :

You need to execute few more commands to make PHPMyAdmin accessed from browser.
In command line , execute following commands

sudo nano /etc/apache2/apache2.conf                                                                                             

This will open apache2.conf file. In this, add below lines to the end of the file

# Include web access to phpmyadmin                                                    
Include /etc/phpmyadmin/apache.conf                                                   

Step 18 :
Now restart apache server

sudo service apache2 restart                                                                                   

Now you will see below screen when you type your ip address in any browser.

This screen will come when you type ipaddress/phpmyadmin in your browser

At last your AWS Ec2 ubuntu server is successfully setuped.

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