Setting up a Website
Last updated: 2020-03-06 11:10:11PDF
Running a personal website or forum is one of the most common things people do after they purchase a CVM.
This article describes several ways you can setup a website on your CVM. Choose one that suits you the best.
Setting Up a Website Manually
We recommend that you setup your website manually.
|Setup||Install software manually. Easier to customize.|
|Advantages||Flexible choices among software versions|
|Duration||Longer since you need to do this manually|
|Difficulty||Knows how to install software manually and which version to use.|
Use the following table to choose a website that suits your needs.
|WordPress||WordPress (Linux)||WordPress is a blogging platform developed with PHP. You can use it as a content management system, or use it to create websites on services that support PHP and MySQL databases.|
|Discuz!||Discuz!||Discuz! is a popular forum software built on PHP and MySQL. You only need to configure a few item to get it up and running.|
|LNMP is a common web service architecture which consists of Nginx, MySQL/MariaDB and PHP running on Linux.|
|LAMP||LAMP||LAMP is a common web service architecture which consists of Apache, MySQL/MariaDB and PHP running on Linux.|
|WIPM||WIPM||WIPM stands for a web service architecture which consists of IIS, PHP and MySQL running on Windows.|
|Drupal||Drupal||Drupal is a Content Management Framework (CMF) written in PHP. It consists of a Content Management System (CMS) and a PHP development framework. You can use it to run a personal blog or corporate website.|