In the available images, there is the option to deploy a server with LAMP under the Linux operating system – specifically with Ubuntu LTS 18.04. The acronym LAMP stands for the software that will be installed: Linux (L), Apache (A), MariaDB (M), PHP (P). Once you have the server deployed, the installation of LAMP will start, which can last between 5 and 10 minutes and you can see the timing from the Emergency Console.
Your Cloud Server has ftp. The ftp access data are as follows:
- URL: [VM_IP_ADDRESS]
- User: ftp
- Password: Same as root user
Once you have uploaded the website via FTP, you can view it at:
- URL: http://[VM_IP_ADDRESS]/wp-admin.
The software contained on the LAMP image is found below:
|Operating System||Architecture||Kernel Version|
|Software||Version / Information|
|Apache2||As a web server|
|PHP||7.2 (Ubuntu 18.04) and 8.0 (Ubuntu 20.04)|
|MariaDB||10.1 (Ubuntu 18.04) and 10.5 (Ubuntu 20.04)|
|ProFTPd||As a FTP server|
|Fail2Ban||As a service for protection against brute force attempts|
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Interesting articles about LAMP
- FAQs for new Clouding.io users
- How to set up rules on your firewall profile
- Remote access to Linux server using SSH
- See used space on ssd disc
- Extend partitions manually
I can’t find what I need
If you can’t find what you need regarding LAMP, you can contact Clouding Technical Support and we’ll help you with your questions. You can send an e-mail or give us a call, whichever is most convenient for you.