Below is a good selection that will allow the software to function without exposing our database unnecessarily: session.
Next, we will install a few PHP modules that will be needed by the Drupal application.
Before we get the Drupal files and install them into our web directory, we need to prepare our system.
While Apache, PHP, and My SQL have already been installed, we need to make some additional changes and do some tweaks to each of these for our installation.
We are using the dot in this command to specify the current directory.
This is necessary in order to copy some hidden files that we need: The web-based installation script requires that we make some changes to our Drupal directory in order to complete the process correctly.
Due to the stability of the base, the adaptability of the platform, and its active community, Drupal remains a popular choice after more than a decade on the scene.
In this guide, we will cover how to install Drupal on an Ubuntu 14.04 server.Follow our Ubuntu 14.04 initial server setup guide to get a non-root user with sudo privileges set up.You will also need to have Apache, PHP, and My SQL configured on your server.To begin, log into My SQL: You will be prompted for the My SQL root user’s password that you configured during the installation of that software.Once you have successfully authenticated, you will be dropped into a My SQL prompt.First, create a database for your Drupal installation to use.