The objective of this guide is to help you Install and Configure phpIPAM on Ubuntu 20.04/18.04 Linux distribution. phpIPAM is an open-source php-based web IP address management application (IPAM). Its goal is to provide light, modern and useful IP address management. phpIPAM uses MySQL database backend and jQuery libraries, Ajax and HTML5/CSS3 features.
Install phpIPAM on Ubuntu 20.04/18.04
phpIPAM has a number of dependencies that we need to install before we can install and configure phpIPAM. These are:
- MySQL / MariaDB server
- php / php-fpm for nginx
- php modules
- Apache / nginx web server
- phpIPAM domain – ipam.example.com (should be replaced with your domain)
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Boot Into GRUB menu
The first step is to reboot into the GRUB menu. If Ubuntu 18.04 Bionic Beaver is the only operating system installed you need to keep pressing SHIFT for the GRUB menu to show up.
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Step 1 – Installing Apache
Apache web server debian packages are available under the default repositories. Login to your Ubuntu system with sudo privileges account. Open a terminal and execute the following commands:
sudo apt update
sudo apt install apache2 libapache2-mod-fcgid
The above commands will install Apache and FastCGI module to your server.
Step 2 – Install PHP with FPM
Next, install PHP and PHP-FPM on your Ubuntu system. For this tutorial, we choose PHP 7.4 to install using
For the PHP installation we recommend to use ppa:ondrej/php PPA. Execute below couple of commands to add the PPA to your system.
sudo apt install software-properties-common
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ondrej/php
Then install PHP 7.4 (or required version) the latest version available on the day of writing this tutorial. Simply execute follows commands for the installation of PHP and PHP-FPM packages. Continue reading “Install LAMP with PHP-FPM on Ubuntu 20” »
First, it is recommended to update your system packages to the latest version. You can do it with the following command:
apt-get update -y
After updating all packages, install all the dependencies required for LibreNMS with the following command:
apt-get install rrdtool whois fping imagemagick graphviz mtr-tiny nmap python3-mysqldb snmp snmpd python3-pip python3-memcache mtr-tiny acl unzip git curl wget -y
Once all the dependencies are installed, you can proceed to the next step. Continue reading “Install LibreNMS Monitoring Tool with Nginx on Ubuntu 20.04” »