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Install Wordpress Di Debian linux

Install Wordpress Di Debian linux

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Praktek instalsi wordpress di debian linux cepat dan mudah
Praktek instalsi wordpress di debian linux cepat dan mudah

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Update: As Ubuntu is quite similar to Debian, this howto can also be us
ed for Ubuntu systems. I’ve tested this guide with Ubuntu Server 10.04 LTS and Ubuntu
Server 10.10 and I expect this to work on Debian 6 (Squeeze), too.In Lenny, WordPress is already part of the apt repository. The downsite is that its a quite oldversion. So this little howto describes how to install the latest WordPress version (currently
its 3.0.5) from its tarball by still retaining Debian’s file locations. You need a running LAMPconfiguration and root permissions to perform the next steps. I’ll use “YOUR.DOMAIN” as a
 placeholder for your blog domain. Please replace it with your real domain, which is
something like “www.kaisblog.de”.
 
Before we start we need to check WordPress’ dependencies. Just type
 
# apt-get install wordpress
 
and select “n” to not install WordPress. If you see more packages than just “wordpress” youmight want to install them now using “apt
-
get install”.
 We want to install WordPress in /usr/share, so cd into it:
# cd /usr/share
  Now we need to get and unpack the latest WordPress version:
# wget http://wordpress.org/latest.zip# unzip -e latest.zip
 This creates the wordpress directory. You can also download the .tar.gz version but for most plugins / themes you need unzip anyway. As Debian handles webapps like normal apps, weshould create a config directory in /etc and copy the sample config into it:
# cd wordpress# mkdir /etc/wordpress# cp wp-config-sample.php /etc/wordpress/wp-YOUR.DOMAIN-config.php
 
 
Again, please replace “YOUR.DOMAIN” with your blog domain. In my case its “wp
-www.kaisblog.de-
config.php”.
  Now create a config file in /usr/share/wordpress/ that reads our config file in/etc/wordpress:
# nano wp-config.php
 Paste the following code into it:
<?phpinclude("/etc/wordpress/wp-YOUR.DOMAIN-config.php");define('ABSPATH',dirname(__FILE__).'/');require_once(ABSPATH.'wp-settings.php');?>
 Press CTRL+X to save the file and quit nano.
mySQL
 Now its time to create a mysql database where WordPress stores its data in:
# mysql -uroot -p
 
Enter your mysql root password and you’ll see the mysql prompt. We’ll create a user and a
database called wordpress:
# GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON wordpress.* TO wordpress IDENTIFIED BY "S3cr3t!";# FLUSH PRIVILEGES;# quit
 
Please replace “S3cr3t!” with your own password
 Now edit /etc/wordpress/wp-YOUR.DOMAIN-config.php and enter your mysql settings:
# nano /etc/wordpress/wp-YOUR.DOMAIN-config.phpdefine('DB_NAME', 'wordpress');/** MySQL database username */define('DB_USER', 'wordpress');/** MySQL database password */define('DB_PASSWORD', 'S3cr3t!');/** MySQL hostname */define('DB_HOST', 'localhost');
 
At the bottom of this config file you’ll find this line:
 
/* That's all, stop editing! Happy blogging. */
 Please delete everything under this line as its already included in /usr/share/wordpress/wp-config.php
Apache
 
Debian handles apache sites in two different directories: /etc/apache2/sites-available and/etc/apache2/sites-enabled. We create a WordPress site config in /etc/apache2/sites-availableand enable it with a2ensite when we are ready to do so.
# nano /etc/apache2/sites-available/YOUR.DOMAIN
 Paste the following code into it:
<VirtualHost *:80>ServerName YOUR.DOMAINServerAdmin webmaster@YOUR.DOMAINDocumentRoot /var/www/YOUR.DOMAIN/<Directory />Options FollowSymLinksAllowOverride All</Directory>ErrorLog /var/log/apache2/error.logCustomLog /var/log/apache2/access.log combinedLogLevel warn</VirtualHost>
 Again, press CTRL+X to save and exit nano.As you can see, our root directory is /var/www/YOUR.DOMAIN. Thats where Debian (and
most other distributions) stores it’s websites. As our WordPress installation is in
/usr/share/wordpress, we need to create a symlink:
# ln -s /usr/share/wordpress /var/www/YOUR.DOMAIN
  Now we change some filesystem permissions to be able to upload content:
# chown -R www-data:www-data ./wp-content
 If you want to change the look of your permalinks you need an writeable .htaccess file inyour root directory and mod_rewrite to be enabled:
# touch .htaccess# chown www-data:root .htaccess# a2enmod rewrite
 
For this to work make sure you have “
AllowOverride All
” set for your document root. Our 
apache site config already has it included. After changing the permalinks (this can be donelater) you can make it read-only again:
# chmod 440 .htaccess
 To enable your blog enter:
# a2ensite YOUR.DOMAIN# apache2ctl restart
 You should now be able to open http://YOUR.DOMAIN/wp-admin/install.php in your  browser and finalize your blog setup. Enjoy.

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