openlitespeed

Enabling WordFence

WordFence requires auto_append_file in order to work correctly. By default, the following directive in .htaccess is used to load WordFence, but this directive does not work in OpenLiteSpeed. php_value auto_prepend_file ‘/home/ovh.qtwrk.me/public_html/wordfence-waf.php’ Luckily, there are alternatives. There are three different methods you can use with OpenLiteSpeed:…

reCAPTCHA with OpenLiteSpeed

reCAPTCHA with OpenLiteSpeed As of OpenLiteSpeed 1.5.1, reCAPTCHA is available as a method of defense against DDoS attack. How To Enable at the Server Level Access the WebAdmin console via https://YOUR_SERVER_IP:7080 Navigate to Configuration > Server > Security > LS reCAPTCHA   Set Enable reCAPTCHA to…

Redmine

Setting up Redmine on OpenLiteSpeed Setting up Redmine Requirements Installing Ruby & Dependencies Dependencies Ruby Ruby Gems Configuring OpenLiteSpeed Creating a Virtual Host Set the Document Root Setup the App Server Setup the Virtual Host Directory Create the Virtual Host Directory Installing Redmine Download, Extract,…

Add/Configure LiteSpeed Cache Module

Using the LSCache module, OpenLiteSpeed offers page caching to greatly improve page load times. For almost all OpenLiteSpeed installation methods, such as LiteSpeed repositories, the 1-click installation script, CyberPanel, or cloud OLS/CyberPanel images on DigitalOcean, AWS, Google Cloud, etc., the LSCache module has already been…

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…