2. More Installation Methods

Command Line Non-Root User

  Install OpenLiteSpeed from the command line, when not the root user. Minimum system requirements Operating System Linux(i386): kernel 2.4 and up, glibc-2.2 and up CentOS: 5 and up Ubuntu: 8.04 and up Debian: 4 and up Solaris(x86): SunOS 5.8 and up FreeBSD(i386): 4.5 and…

Accessing the Git

  We welcome developers of all skill levels to experiment with the OpenLiteSpeed code. To facilitate this, we’ve made the OpenLiteSpeed git available in our official repository on GitHub. Some people, however, may wish to access the repository without logging into GitHub. Here are the commands for…

4 Line Install

  The series of commands below will install OpenLiteSpeed on CentOS 6 with a build of PHP 5.6 that will support most web applications. For more detailed installation instructions, see our guide to installing from our repository or the guide to building OpenLiteSpeed from source. rpm -ivh http://rpms.litespeedtech.com/centos/litespeed-repo-1.1-1.el6.noarch.rpm…

1-Click Install

  You can install OpenLiteSpeed, lsphp, MySQL database, WordPress, LSCache and LiteSpeed Cache plugin for WordPress in 1 click! ols1clk is a one click installation script for OpenLiteSpeed. Using this script, you can quickly and easily install OpenLiteSpeed with it’s default settings, Using different parameters for…

Installation from Script

1-Click Install The easiest and fastest way to install OpenLiteSpeed, MariaDB, and WordPress on CentOS 5-7, Debian 7-9, and Ubuntu 12, 14, 16 with just one click. DigitalOcean 1-click WordPress Installation Upgrade The easiest and fastest way to upgrade your DigitalOcean 1-click WordPress installation to…