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Xenforo

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

Prestashop

Install: Quick Install PrestaShop on OpenLiteSpeed After you install OpenLiteSpeed, follow the instructions below to get your PrestaShop 1.7 site working. Install PHP modules MariaDB Installation Create PrestashopDB Account Set Index File and rewrite rules Download and Extract Prestashop Run the Prestashop install script Install…

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…

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…

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 PHP through repositories

  Installing PHP with LiteSpeed SAPI from a repository is much faster and recommended way. PHP for LiteSpeed (LSAPI) is available in two repositories — Remi Repository(CentOS) and our own LiteSpeed Repository(CentOS/Debian/Ubuntu). Choose the repository that best fits your needs. Installing PHP from the LiteSpeed…

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…