How to Install WordPress On CentOS 7

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In this article, we detail how to install WordPress on CentOS 7.

Step 1) Preflight Check:

This article assumes you have CentOS 7 installed and are logged into your server as the root user. We are also using the most recent version of WordPress for this install. This article also assumes you have already installed LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP) on your server and your PHP is updated to the latest version. You will also need to know your root mysql password so you can log into mysql as root. 

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Update! Configure Nginx to Read PHP on Ubuntu 16.04

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Nginx is an open source Linux web server that accelerates content while utilizing low resources. Known for its performance and stability Nginx has many other uses such as load balancing, reverse proxy, mail proxy, and HTTP cache. Nginx, by default, does not execute PHP scripts and must be configured to do so.  In this tutorial, we will show you how to enable and test PHP capabilities with your server.

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An Overview of Managed WordPress

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WordPress is open source software for building unique and powerful websites! It is quickly becoming the easiest and most popular way to create blogs, business sites, portfolios, forums, memberships, and e-commerce websites on your dedicated server. Continue reading “An Overview of Managed WordPress”

How to Install Cassandra on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS

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Apache Cassandra is a free open-source database system that is NoSQL based; This means that Cassandra does not use the table model seen in MySQL, MSSQL or PostgreSQL, but instead uses a cluster model. It’s designed to handle large amounts of data and is highly scalable. In this tutorial, we will be installing Cassandra and its prerequisites, Oracle Java, and if necessary the Cassandra drivers. Continue reading “How to Install Cassandra on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS”