How to install LNMP on Ubuntu,Debian,Centos

by Ruchira on January 10, 2013

 

Linux,Nginx,Mysql and PHP is the best way to go if you are considering to give your site a speed boost by switching away from Apache. However setting up LNMP stack is little bit hard if you are newbie on linux. To automate things there is lnmp auto installer from lnmp.org and I was featuring that auto installer from about 2 years on here  and it has proven track record for stability among the thousands of users who used that from my blog.

Today I have updated it to reflect the latest changes on lnmp project. Currently its version 0.9 and includes many tweaks to the version 0.9. And you can install it now by visiting my original guide https://www.ruchirablog.com/nginx-autoinstaller/

Here is the changelog of vetsion 0.9 from the lnmp official project

  • Optimized installation process and error handling
  • MySQL optimized to increase the InnoDB options (optional)
  • Fixed eaccelerator and ionCube PHP version error
  • Corrected memcached pid create failed
  • Fixed pdo_mysql installation method
  • PHP increase partially disabled function
  • Optimized Nginx upgrade scripts
  • vsftpd installation script removed
  • Fixed  404 access does not exist PHP error
  • Updated Nginx version
  • Updated PHP probe
  • Increased phpwin pseudo-static
  • The upgrade process adds to stop LNMP related services
  • Fixed Nginx log_format

 

 

 

Read the original post to install this now https://www.ruchirablog.com/nginx-autoinstaller/

I'm Ruchira Sahan and all posts on this blog are completely my thoughts and writings. I love DIY and Technology. So feel free to contact me for anything about this blog and don't forget to add a comment if this blog helped you! Thanks
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1 Asif2BD February 17, 2013 at 12:30 AM

Thanks for the update.

But how do you update on a machine where you had 0.80 or your initial 0.50 of LNMP installed?

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2 Ruchira February 19, 2013 at 1:32 AM

that would be hard since many things have changed including the scripts which handle the changes such as creating new domains etc. Your best option is to do a clean migration to new version

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