This is perfect for setting up your first website and learning not only administering a wordpress site, but learning Linux. You will need a Raspberry Pi, a couple hours, and a computer to download the image on. The Raspberry Pi (RPI) is a perfect device for learning these things.
Also check out the official projects site from RaspberryPi
Download the Imager for your operating system. This supports all three OS’s (Windows, Mac, and Linux).
- Run and Install the Imager
- Select Raspberry Pi OS (other) -> Raspberry Pi OS Lite (32-bit)
- Note: This is the one with NO Desktop Environment
- Insert the SD Card into your Computer
- Click Write
sudo apt-get install apache2 php mariadb-server php-mysql -y
- You will be asked Enter current password for root (enter for none): — press Enter.
- Type in Y and press Enter to Set root password?.
- Type in a password at the New password: prompt, and press Enter. Important: remember this root password, as you will need it later to set up WordPress.
- Type in Y to Remove anonymous users.
- Type in Y to Disallow root login remotely.
- Type in Y to Remove test database and access to it.
- Type in Y to Reload privilege tables now.
When complete, you will see the message All done! and Thanks for using MariaDB!.
Login to MySQL with
sudo mysql -uroot -p and enter the password you set above.
You will see the terminal prompt change and you can enter the following:
create database wordpress;
IMPORTANT: Exit SQL Prompt with
Ctrl + D and change
YOURPASSWORD above to your password!
Remote Access can be done with SSH from any system. Find your Raspberry Pi IP with
ip a. This IP is only your Local IP and not accessible from the outside world.
Initial setup can be done from any computer in the same network as the RPI. Type your pi ip address from above into your browsers address bar.
Remote Login after initial setup append
/wp-admin to the address
Finally we need to make some quality of life improvements so you don’t have weird looking addresses. This is called “Friendly Permalinks”.
In the WP Admin Portal:
- Go to Setting, then Permalinks
- Select the Post name option and click Save Changes
From SSH or Terminal on the RPI you need to enter the following:
sudo a2enmod rewrite
000-default.conf edits (Add this midway in the file)
Save the File by press Ctrl + O and Exit with Ctrl + X
Now restart Apache Web with
sudo service apache2 restart
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- Post title：Creating a Website on Raspberry Pi at home
- Post author：Mistry Siddh
- Create time：2021-07-18 16:54:13
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