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Joomla!

Pre-Installation Requirements OpenLiteSpeed Web Server 1.4.19+ installed Joomla installed Virtual Host set up Listener set up Cache set up Install LiteSpeed Cache for Joomla on OpenLiteSpeed Access the Joomla administration panel and login with your username and password. Download com_lscache and lscache_plugin. These are the…

Mediawiki

  The LiteSpeedCache plugin is a MediaWiki extension for MediaWiki sites running on a OpenLiteSpeed webserver. Enable its LSCache feature to speed up page loading, reduce response time, and tremendously reduce server load for MediaWiki sites. MediaWiki is a free software open source wiki package…

What is LiteSpeed Cache?

What is LiteSpeed Cache ? LiteSpeed Cache (LSCache) is a built-in, high-performance dynamic content acceleration feature of the LiteSpeed Web Server. LSCache’s features are very similar to those in Apache mod_cache, but implemented in a more efficient way. LiteSpeed cache works like Varnish. It is…

Magento 2

Install: Quick Install Magento 2 After you install OpenLiteSpeed, follow the instructions below to get your Magento 2 site working. Install PHP modules MariaDB Installation Create MagentoDB Account Create a Magento User Download and Extract Magento Create a Virtual Host for Magento Run the Magento…

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…

Joomla

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

WordPress

Install: Quick Install WordPress on OpenLiteSpeed The easiest way to install OpenLiteSpeed, WordPress, MySQL, and PHP is using our ols1clk script. Otherwise, after you install OpenLiteSpeed, follow the instructions below to get your WordPress site working. Install PHP modules MariaDB Installation Create WordPress DB Account…

Install OLS from Source Code

Installation of OLS from Source Code OpenLiteSpeed can also be installed from source code through a command line terminal as detailed below. OpenLiteSpeed will normally be installed by root user at default location at /usr/local/lsws. For production use, it should be installed into a system…