Resources Blog. There are multiple ways to manage your web hosting account on a Virtual Private Server VPS , but none are as popular or simple as using cPanel. It is the most widely used control panel in the industry, and setting one up on your very own cPanel VPS is not very difficult. First and foremost, you need a VPS. GreenGeeks offers multiple VPS plans designed for specific sizes. Just make sure that you pick a plan that has the proper amount of resources. If not, you can always upgrade to the next size. And secondly, you will need to make sure you have the login credentials to your VPS. These should be provided when you make an account, but if you misplaced them, you will need to contact support. As long as you have all of this ready to go, you will have no trouble setting up cPanel on a VPS server.
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Resources Blog. If you just signed up for a VPS plan , you are probably looking for a way to install WordPress on it. In general, VPSs do not have access to Softaculous, which means you are going to have to manually install everything. While this may sound inconvenient, it is really not hard to do. WordPress is always easy to install, and being on a VPS makes no difference. That means that more than one-third of all websites on the Internet are built using WordPress. And that number is continuing to increase year by year. This makes it the most approachable platform for beginners, while the more advanced developers love the customization the platform brings to the table. The first step on this short journey is to actually download the latest version of WordPress. You can find the latest version from WordPress.
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You may have already heard about Redis databases. Likewise, you may have noticed that many websites use Redis as an object cache to serve pages faster. Note that you will require root or sudo access in order to run these commands. In order to prepare for running these commands, make sure that you have logged into your server as the root user. If not logged in as root add a sudo before this command to make it sudo make install The redis install process may take a few minutes. Once you've completed the installation make sure to run this command to get the server running: redis-server. It may be best advised to check and see if your installation process was successful. Well done! You have now successfully installed Redis. Now you can use the various tools and plugins available on the web to use Redis as a cache.
Check your inbox or spam folder to confirm your subscription. All you need to do is follow these steps and voila your WordPress is installed! We will be purchasing the above from our ResellerClub Control Panel. Go to the top right side of the dashboard and click on Buy to purchase orders. After clicking on the order name, a new window opens where you can modify the order, as seen in the image below. As seen above, our orders have been purchased and we will now see how to install WordPress. Since at the time of purchase we had purchased cPanel as the preferred control panel Add-on, we will first see how to install WordPress on WHM the backend of cPanel.