How to install WordOps on Ubuntu

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WordOps provides fast and secure WordPress deployment with Nginx using simple and easy to remember commands. Added since EasyEngine v3, it goes beyond the updated EEv3 version with a number of new features including Wildcard SSL Certificates with DNS API validation support, Linux kernel optimization, or a custom Nginx package New with TLS v1.3 and Cloudflare HTTP/2 HPACK Support.

Configuration required
  • Minimum 512MB Ram.
  • Disk space (free hard drive) at least 100MB.
  • Supported OS: Ubuntu(18.04 64 bit, 20.4 64 bit), Debian (9 64 bit, 10 64 bit)
Installation steps

Update the system with the following command:

apt update -y

Install WordOps by executing the following command, the system will automatically install the included packages and launch WordOps

wget -qO wo && sudo bash wo
Install WordOps Stack
wo stack install
NginxAPT packageWordOps web server
PHP 7.2APT packagePHP7.2-FPM
MariaDB 10.3APT packageOpen-source version of MySQL
WP-CLIBinaryThe WordPress command-line tool
ComposerBinaryPHP packages manager
MySQLTunerBinaryCommand-line tool to tune MySQL
Fail2banAPT packageAuthentication bruteforce protection
phpMyAdminWeb AppMySQL server web interface
AdminerWeb Applightweight phpMyAdmin alternative
OpcacheGUIWeb Appweb interface for Opcache monitoring
NetdataBinaryMonitoring suite
AnemometerWeb AppMySQL Slow Query Monitor
WordOps dashboardWeb AppBootstrap template for WordOps backend
eXtplorerWeb AppWeb File manager
cheat.shBinaryCommand-line Linux cheatsheet
SendmailAPT packageSendmail MTA

After the installation is complete and need to access the WordOps Backend, enter the following command to get information:

wo secure --auth

Please create username and password to access for WordOps

Access WordOps using the link below with the information just obtained above
https://your server ip:22222

Get the username and password created above to access WordOps

Good Luck!

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