Trisquel for server

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pascal@diogoantunes.org
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se unió: 09/03/2012

Hi, i would to know simply what's the distrib who's running the site.
I just want to know if i have to download Trisquel and uninstall what i don't need, or if a trisquel version specially for server exist.

Thanks in advance.

Dave_Hunt

I am a member!

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se unió: 09/19/2011

The network install should let you take just what you need.

aliasbody
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se unió: 09/14/2012

There is no specific version of Trisquel for Server. And this website is running upon Trisquel itself.

The best way to install Trisquel as a server is to fallow this tutorial: http://trisquel.info/en/wiki/server

MagicFab
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se unió: 12/13/2010

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Le 12-11-27 12:21 PM, name at domain a écrit :
> There is no specific version of Trisquel for Server. And this website is running upon Trisquel itself.
>
> The best way to install Trisquel as a server is to fallow this tutorial:
> http://trisquel.info/en/wiki/server

That mentions using the netinst image.

I'd like to test the 6.0 version of that, but there isn't any at
http://devel.trisquel.info/makeiso/iso/.

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aliasbody
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se unió: 09/14/2012

You are totally right.

But with the "normal" version of Trisquel is way easier. Take this as an example (I will try (when I got the time) to make tutorial about it).

1 - Install Trisquel 6.0 (or other version)

2 - Install the fallowing packages:

sudo apt-get install mysql-server apache2 libapache2-mod-php5 php5 php5-mysql phpmyadmin 
This will install the Apache Server with for php and mysql. You can then test it by creating a file named index.php in /var/www with (inside)
<?php phpinfo(); ?>
3 - Enjoy (normally during the installation a message asking for a MySQL password has popped up in the terminal. If it is not the case tell me).

Hope this helped.

t3g
t3g
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se unió: 05/15/2011

I haven't used Apache in years, but I do suggest running nginx with php5-fpm if you are looking for something fast and lean.

The nginx stable ppa is handy: https://launchpad.net/~nginx/+archive/stable

pascal@diogoantunes.org
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se unió: 09/03/2012

Okay. All i need.

Thanks you two.