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PageSpeed Module

  This wiki discusses how to add and configure OpenLiteSpeed’s PageSpeed module. The PageSpeed module allows OpenLiteSpeed to support Google’s PageSpeed optimization system. For this guide, we assume you already have a working installation of OpenLiteSpeed 1.4.2 or greater. Module support was made available in version 1.3…

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…

5. Mediawiki

Install: Quick Install Mediawiki on Openlitespeed After you install OpenLiteSpeed, follow the instructions below to get your Mediawiki site working. Install PHP modules MariaDB Installation Create MediawikiDB Account Set Index File and rewrite rules Download and Extract Mediawiki Run the Mediawiki install script Install PHP…

3. Magento 2

Install: Quick Install Magento 2 After you install OpenLiteSpeed, follow the instructions below to get your Magemto 2 site working. Install PHP modules MariaDB Installation Create MagentoDB Account Set Index File and rewrite rules Download and Extract Magento Run the Magento install script Install PHP…

4. Drupal 8

Install: Quick Install Drupal 8 After you install OpenLiteSpeed, follow the instructions below to get your Drupal 8 site working. Install PHP modules MariaDB Installation Create DrupalDB Account Set Index File and rewrite rules Download and Extract Drupal Run the Drupal install script Install PHP…

Setting Up GeoLocation on OpenLiteSpeed

Setting Up GeoLocation on OpenLiteSpeed Enabling GeoLocation Geolocation enables developers to enhance the user experience. Content and advertising may be customized for a specific user’s country, showing pages more relevant to the location of the user. Admins can further enhance a site’s security by blocking…

PHP via RPM

  Installing PHP with LiteSpeed SAPI from a repository is much faster than compiling it yourself. Some users also may be unused to compiling PHP and will find this method more comfortable. PHP for LiteSpeed (LSAPI) is available in two repositories — Remi Repository and…