AWS EC2

How to update WordPress core version from Unix Command Line CLI ?

If you are hosting a WordPress installation on a Linux server you may encounter issues updating your WordPress version from the WordPress administration panel. A good way to handle periodic WordPress updates is by running a weekly Unix command line in your linux cron. To do so, you’ll first need to install the WordPress CLI …

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How to configure your own Dropbox alternative encrypted private cloud storage on AWS with Owncloud?

I fell in love with how valuable a file hosting service can be around 2010 by getting introduced to Dropbox. Being able to access your files on the go and synchronize them between multiple computers was a game changer at a time where Cloud computing wasn’t yet a buzzword. 1) Why should you use an …

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How to fix “failed to start The Apache HTTP Server” after renewing SSL certificate on AWS EC2 linux ?

If you followed my last article “How to host an https WordPress site on AWS EC2 with a Let’s Encrypt SSL certificate?”  you know have a Let’s Encrypt generated SSL certificate for your WordPress. Once in a while Let’s Encrypt will generate a new certificate if you scheduled the certbot-auto renew command. You’ll then need …

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How to host an https WordPress site on AWS EC2 with a Let’s Encrypt SSL certificate ?

Hosting a WordPress blog/website on the AWS EC2 platform can be pretty useful when you know how to maintain Linux servers and want to tinker it yourself. (Free for your account first-year / then around €10/month) This is great for a small personal blog where you’ll do the maintenance and scalability yourself. (OS, databases, and …

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