This DIY lets you set up your own wired web server, using your Raspberry Pi, using PHP and MySql. You must opt for this DIY, only if you know, you will not be getting a lot of traffic. The inventor suggests using it as a testing server or a small intranet. It is also quiet with a low power consumption rate. Win-win!
Here’s a list of all the things you will need for the web server:
· A Micro USB, for power supply.
· A network cable.
· An HDMI cable with a screen and USB keyboard.
· SD Card and its reader.
· RPI Debian Image
· SSH Client
In case you don’t have the above mentioned software, you can download them from the link given below.
You start with formatting the SD card and installing the Debian image onto it. Then get all the components together and boot the Pi. You can get the commands from the blog link, given below. Once your SSH is good to go, you can keep a friendlier hostname. Once this is done, you can go headless. It’s crucial to change the password, but. Install Apache with PHP, MySql, FTP Server, and phpMyAdmin. And you’re done!
You can get detailed instructions complete with pictorial representation, to guide you through this DIY. Head over to the blog, now.
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