WordPress on the Raspberry Pi

Goal: Have a working, responsive WordPress Site running on a raspberry Pi   Required items: One Raspberry Pi SD Card with Raspbian installed SSH access into your Pi (if you are running headerless) or a terminal with root access An internet connection Lots of Coffee.   First steps… To get WordPress working on your Raspberry …

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Raspberry Pi – as a web server Part 1 (Apache)

Today I decided it would be pretty cool if I could use my Raspberry Pi as a development web server – I develop quite a few sites, mainly using Joomla or WordPress, which require PHP and MYSQL. Im going to break this down into 4 sections: Install Apache Install PHP Install MYSQL Install PHP My …

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Raspberry Pi – as a web server Part 2 (PHP)

The first part of this mini series covered installing Apache on the Raspberry Pi, you should have a web server installed as a pre-requisite before installing PHP. Install Apache Install PHP Install MYSQL Install PHP My Admin Firstly, launch LXTerminal on the Raspberry Pi or SSH into it. Next, we want elevated priveleges, so: sudo …

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Raspberry Pi – as a web server Part 3 (My SQL)

If you are here looking to install a MySQL server on your Raspberry Pi, I’m going to assume that you have PHP, Apache and (optionally) SSH access already set up, if you don’t you can follow these tutorials first: Install Apache Install PHP Install MYSQL Install PHP My Admin As always, we start with a …

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Raspberry Pi – as a web server Part 4 (PHP My Admin)

PHPMYADMIN This is the 4th part of my mini series on how to set up a web server on your Raspberry Pi, so far we have covered: Raspberry Pi as a web server Part 1 (Apache) Raspberry Pi as a web server Part 2 (PHP) Raspberry Pi as a web server Part 3 (My SQL) …

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