Ghost 3.X has reached its end of life cycle and is no longer supported or updated, we recommend using Ghost 5.X
In the available images, there is the option to deploy a server with Ghost under the Linux operating system – specifically with Ubuntu LTS 18.04. Once you have the server deployed, the installation of Ghost 3.x will start, which can last between 10 and 15 minutes and you can see the timing from the Emergency Console.
Once the Ghost installation is complete, you can access the Ghost web panel with the following information:
- URL: http://vm.ip.address
The software contained on the Ghost image is found below:
|Operating System||Architecture||Kernel Version|
|Software||Version / Information|
|Nginx||As a web server|
|APP Web||Version / Information|
|Ghost CMS||3.x (Last Version)|
The first thing you need to do is log in to http://vm.ip.address/ghost to create our admin user.Ghost will work by default with the IP of our server, if we want it to work with our domain we must connect by SSH to our server and run:
cd /var/www/ghost/ su ghostinst -c ‘ghost config url http://mydomain.com’ su ghostinst -c ‘ghost restart’
Image without mail service
This image doesn't have any mail service installed, if you intend to use IMAP, POP3 or SMTP mail services with your domain our recommendation is that you use the image of Plesk o HestiaCP.
Interesting articles about Ghost
- 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 Ghost, 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.