Nginx problems
#11
Run "mysql_secure_installation" to setup root password and disable anonymous access to MySQL and such.

There is no default root password, btw!

You need phpMyAdmin, I guess, for easy database management.

http://freevps.us/thread-4288.html

I knew that you had the files in the wrong folder and told you 2 times about that Smile.
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#12
Then, there must be default configuration.
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#13
I ran through the mysql secure installation. Thanks, I'm really happy now ! Cheese

Thanks everyone! the site is up and running!

How do you link a domain to it, a co.cc or co.nr domain?

It would be a bit annoying having to tell the IP address everytime.
Chris
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#14
co.cc is banned on Google, you probably try co.nr or get a .tk but for a TK you need to setup DNS (BindDNS or so will do it) as they don't support records (A records and such).

A look at http://freedns.afraid.org is not bad Smile. They've got plenty of domains but most are also banned on Google.
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#15
I got a co.nr domain, it will do for now.

I was just wandering, I was setting up my site there and it doesn't have write access to the html directory I typed the following

Code:
chmod -rwxrwxrwx /var/www/html/wp-content

but yet the wordpress site still can't write to it. Does this command include all the sub folders and files?

If not what is the command to include all the sub folders?

Thanks
Chris
chris@freevps.us
#16
chown -R php:php /var/www/html/
Is what I did to let Wordpress set-up plugins.
#17
(2012-04-23, 2:53:02 am)DeathProxy Wrote:  chown -R php:php /var/www/html/
Is what I did to let Wordpress set-up plugins.

I would not do that.

The docs have info:

http://codex.wordpress.org/Changing_File..._WordPress
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#18
That's the only way it'll work for me, since I don't have FTP installed.
#19
Yes. DeathProxy is right. Otherwise, you have to burden your VPS by installing a FTP server and they are more compromised than anything else.
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#20
sftp is what i do... works decently just not the fastest at indexing directories




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