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Install Docker on Raspbian

When I received my first Raspberry Pi 2, I thought: “maybe I can use it as a web server to host a few of my websites”. Trying different configurations and security options, I had to start all over a few times… Hours and hours redoing more or less the same things again and again. Now […]

Raspberry Pi 3 – Integrated Wi-Fi setup

Hello Devz, I received my new Raspberry Pi 3 today with its integrated Wi-Fi, and I was wondering how to setup the ip address in a permanent way with console only.

Then find a line containing “wlan0” (zero) and replace the text by this:

Enjoy!

Migrate a WordPress site with Linux

Hello Devz, Migrate a WordPress website can be a pain in the ass. But if you follow this procedure, it should be quite simple… Let’s considere: A = source site (ex: myoldwebsite.com) B = destination site (ex: newwebsite.com)   Backup source site: 1. Deactivate all plugin in A (use the Select All the select Desactivate) 2. […]

Raspberry Pi – Raspberry phpmyadmin instal

Hello Devz, Are you looking to control and configure a php server on your Linux or Raspberry Pi machine? Here are simple steps for Raspberry phpmyadmin installation.

Using the above command line, you will be asked to choose the web server installed in the system, which is either Apache2 or Lighttpd. In this case, you […]

Raspberry Pi: Install a web server – the e

Hello Devz, NGINX (pronounced engine x) is a popular lightweight web server application you can install on the Raspberry Pi to allow it to serve web pages. Like Apache, NGINX can serve HTML files over HTTP, and with additional modules can serve dynamic web pages using scripting languages such as PHP. INSTALL NGINX First install […]

Raspberry Pi – Useful commands for your we

Hello Devz, Here are some simple steps to configure your own web server: INSTALL WORDPRESS

KILL THE FIREWALL

CHECK YOUR WEB SERVER STATUS

UPLOAD MAX FILE SIZE CONFIG FOR PHP and NGINX

UNINSTALL YOUR WEBSERVER

Enjou!  🙂

Pi Web Server – Part 2: Setting up your f

Hello Devz, Here are the simple steps to configure your existing web server: Create the directory for your website’s files Lets make our first simple website. I’m hosting all mine on the external USB drive I mounted earlier. In the directory /data. Type:

All your PHP/HTML/CSS etc will live in /data/mysite.com/www, and all […]

Pi Web Server – Part 1: Install Nginx, PH

Install Nginx, PHP and MySQL I’m going to use nginx rather than the more traditional Apache2, because it is more efficient and on a low-power device like the Pi that’s going to be important. I’m also going to install PHP5 (with PHP APC to make it faster than normal) and MySQL as these are pretty […]

Securing your Raspberry Pi – Part 2: Firew

Creating a Firewall Now it’s time to set up a firewall to limit and block unwanted inbound traffic to your Pi. This step is optional, but we strongly recommend that you use the example below to block traffic to ports that are not commonly used. It’s a good way to deter would-be intruders! You can […]

Securing your Raspberry Pi – Part 1: SSH

You’ve used password authentication to connect to your Pi via SSH, but there’s a more secure method available: key pair authentication. In this section, you’ll generate a public and private key pair using your desktop computer and then upload the public key to your Pi. SSH connections will be authenticated by matching the public key […]