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Author Topic: LHMP - Hiawatha PHP-FPM MariaDB, install and administration  (Read 946 times)

Offline ZEROF

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LHMP - Hiawatha PHP-FPM MariaDB, install and administration
« on: January 30, 2016, 04:48:39 AM »
Hi all,

I posted before about this tool,but i didn't have time for updates last few months and in last few weeks few nice people asked when tool will be updated. I took few evenings hours and i made first version to support Devuan and Debian 8. It's not security tool, but Hiawatha is most secure web sever for long years now and it's good to share with people who like to have secure servers.

What this tool is about

- Easy way to set secure web server
- Save server setting time
- Run on Pi 2 and BeagleBone board
- What this tool do for you



Where to get your copy

https://gist.github.com/ZEROF/10743343

How to

-Save script as hiawatha.sh

-Set permission chmod +x hiawatha.sh

-Run it ./hiawatha.sh

Use it

If you can, use it on fresh installed servers.

Have fun and send your ideas.

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Re: LHMP - Hiawatha PHP-FPM MariaDB, install and administration
« Reply #1 on: February 01, 2016, 05:04:07 PM »
Small update,

Now you can set fail2ban to protect ssh and sftp, port can be set if you are not using 22.

Cheers!

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Re: LHMP - Hiawatha PHP-FPM MariaDB, install and administration
« Reply #2 on: February 10, 2016, 09:06:51 AM »
Greetings ZEROF. 

Going to test this tool out now. (this sounds much better than a typical LAMP)

 Thanks man. +1

Best regards,

Update:

At step (Install phpMyAdmin)
It asks me to choose a webserver that should be automatically configured to run phpMyAdmin.
My choices are: apache2 or lighttpd.
I do not see an option for haiwatha.
What do you suggest?

Update2:) I ended up choosing apache2, seems like phpmyadmin is working.
« Last Edit: February 10, 2016, 12:42:16 PM by 0E 800 »
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