Which method do you use to install a WordPress script on your VPS?
#11
(2016-12-07, 9:02:17 pm)Lux Wrote: Is there a script that would create everything for me? More like softaculous, but for wordpress only.

Here you're: "WP Quick Install is the easiest way to install WordPress.
A lightweight script which automatically downloads and install WordPress, plugins and themes you want."
https://github.com/GeekPress/WP-Quick-Install
#12
(2016-12-07, 10:44:39 pm)noballz Wrote: Have u tried Webuzo?
On webuzo seems like softaculous but they packaged with Web, Mail, and Database Server.
But wordpress installation only available on purchased (monthly - licensed) Webuzo not a free one.

Agreed.  Webuzo is excellent with WordPress installations.  Works seamless, and easy to maintain in the panel as well.  I'm into VestaCP lately as it's faster with the CentOS Nginx combo, however my challenge is installing WordPress - for now until I've found a better alternative with VestaCP installing WordPress works best with the command line for me.  I also have Webuzo, and it's certainly one of the best free VPS panels for installing WordPress, particularly since it's from Softaculous.  I have a paid license (25 US$/year) and it's worth it for one VPS for sure.
#13
I'm personally not a fan of Webuzo, it has a terrible UI, costs way too much (for what it is), and uses way too many resources.

I personally just wget the zip file, unzip, and done.
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#14
As @karatekidmonkey said, Webuzo, well, is a piece of garbage.
Personally, I think that Softaculous should stick with what they're good at, not take a blind eye trying to make a VPS panel that's filled with unfixed known bugs.

And, it's much quicker to just grab the latest files and enter your database details, it's really not that hard.
Just wandering around, nothing more.

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#15
(2016-12-09, 1:03:34 pm)FlamesRunner Wrote: As @karatekidmonkey said, Webuzo, well, is a piece of garbage.
Personally, I think that Softaculous should stick with what they're good at, not take a blind eye trying to make a VPS panel that's filled with unfixed known bugs.

And, it's much quicker to just grab the latest files and enter your database details, it's really not that hard.

Although I partially agree with what you say, when I was an absolute beginner with my first VPS two years ago, Webuzo was just right for me.  I was used to cPanel shared hosting before I started out with my first VPS, and although Webuzo is not a patch on cPanel, and wonky, it worked for me after I had got past the DirectAdmin and Apache hurdles.  So I'd say Webuzo is good for beginners who are used to a panel.

Once I got more experienced, VestaCP became my preferred panel.  I like the combo with Nginx, and speed is much better.  VestaCP has its little quirks as well that can only be figured out when one has a little more experience.  In my view there is no perfect free panel - so far - they all have their pros and cons.  One of the VestaCP cons for me is that one cannot load WordPress from its panel.  Any one using VestaCP to install WordPress?  Or do you do as I do.  Install WordPress from the command line?
#16
@deanhills : I used to use open source panels for my server.

I waiting for Softaculous to release the Linux commandline version of AMPPS , I suppose that would be cool.

I just prefer the command line for any thing.

MOSH (mosh-server in the APT repo) is a good tool for beginners and professionals alike.

I use usermin for the shell accounts, I give for my friends.
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#17
(2016-12-09, 11:40:43 pm)MichaelW Wrote: @deanhills : I used to use open source panels for my server.

I waiting for Softaculous to release the Linux commandline version of AMPPS , I suppose that would be cool.

I just prefer the command line for any thing.

MOSH (mosh-server in the APT repo) is a good tool for beginners and professionals alike.

I use usermin for the shell accounts, I give for my friends.

You're right of course @MichaelW.  Command line is not only the quickest and cleanest but security wise the safest to use.  Maybe this will get to be my next mile stone after Webuzo and VestaCP.
#18
(2016-12-09, 2:02:28 pm)deanhills Wrote: Although I partially agree with what you say, when I was an absolute beginner with my first VPS two years ago, Webuzo was just right for me.  I was used to cPanel shared hosting before I started out with my first VPS, and although Webuzo is not a patch on cPanel, and wonky, it worked for me after I had got past the DirectAdmin and Apache hurdles.  So I'd say Webuzo is good for beginners who are used to a panel.

Once I got more experienced, VestaCP became my preferred panel.  I like the combo with Nginx, and speed is much better.  VestaCP has its little quirks as well that can only be figured out when one has a little more experience.  In my view there is no perfect free panel - so far - they all have their pros and cons.  One of the VestaCP cons for me is that one cannot load WordPress from its panel.  Any one using VestaCP to install WordPress?  Or do you do as I do.  Install WordPress from the command line?

I started off with VestaCP, then realized that I wouldn't be able to run it on those 64mb uber-cheap servers, so I eventually learned how to use bash.

(2016-12-09, 11:40:43 pm)MichaelW Wrote: @deanhills : I used to use open source panels for my server.

I waiting for Softaculous to release the Linux commandline version of AMPPS , I suppose that would be cool.

I just prefer the command line for any thing.

MOSH (mosh-server in the APT repo) is a good tool for beginners and professionals alike.

I use usermin for the shell accounts, I give for my friends.

I used to use AMPPS all the time, but it appears that development has pretty much stopped.

Usermin is one of my favorite user-management panels ever Tongueout
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#19
For ubuntu this one is the best. It will install even php and database, recommend it. I have used it for long time and still have no problems with it.

https://github.com/kevinohashi/WordPressVPS
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#20
@elneo2013 : that hasn't been updated in 2 years though...

Most free panels have automatic installers or add-ons, that are regularly updated.
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