Image is preconfigured with Apache, MariaDB and Php.
Below are version details.
Linux CentOS 8.x
Apache, Server version: Apache/2.4.37
MariaDb, Server version: 10.3.28-MariaDB MariaDB Server
PHP Version 7.4.10
Setting Maria DB.:
MariaDB does not have secure settings by default. Therefore, you need to configure settings, test the database, and remove anonymous users.
1. Begin by typing the command:
2. You will be prompted to provide your MariaDB root password (this is not the root password for your server). As you do not have a password yet, pressing Enter allows you to continue configuration.
4. Next, it will ask you a series of queries. To ensure your database is protected, answer the questions as follows:
Set root password? [y/n] Y
New password: Type in a password you would like to use
Re-enter new password: Retype the password from the previous field
Remove anonymous users? [y/n] Y
Disallow root login remotely? [y/n] Y
Remove test database and access to it? [y/n] Y
Reload privilege tables now? [y/n] Y
5. After answering the questions, the output will display a message that your system is cleaning up, and the installation should now be secure.
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