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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. We made module support available in version 1.3. However,…

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…

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…

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…