Wordpress

A standard one-click install solution for Wordpress 4, a free and open-source content management system (CMS), running on classical HTTPS-enabled LAMP stack with Let's Encrypt SSL certificates.

The maximum performance one-click install solution for Wordpress 4, a free and open-source content management system (CMS), running on completely integrated, pre-configured and optimized LEMP stack with the freshest version of PHP 7 and HTTPS-enabled web server with Let's Encrypt SSL certificate support.

Constructor:

Usage

You can install the appliance on any new or existing Linux server, download and run it as a virtual machine, use it as a base image for Docker or Vagrant, or launch it with a new cloud platform instance, VPS or dedicated server for supported hosting providers.

Launchers
Aws ec2 Google cloud platform Digital ocean Microsoft azure Ibm bluemix Oracle cloud platform
Installers
Install on Linux

You can install the appliance directly on any Linux with 64-bit kernel (>=2.6.32). Run from the command line:

curl http://jetware.io/appliances/jetware/wordpress4_lemp7_ssl_le-170713/file/installer:nub_tgz/setup | sh

You’ll be asked to execute some operations as root via sudo during the installation.

How to use

To enter the runtime environment or to execute a command inside the runtime environment you can use the utility /jet/enter. If no arguments are present, the standard shell will be executed inside the runtime environment. You can specify a command as an argument, it will be executed inside the runtime environment.

For example, to start all services in the runtime environment you can do /jet/enter start. To execute a mysql client you can do /jet/enter mysql; or run first /jet/enter, and than run from the new command line mysql.

Download archive

You can download the archive, unpack it into the /jet directory, finish installation by executing the command /jet/enter /jet/own/bin/fasten and start the services by running /jet/enter start.

wordpress-p7vkd3f7et1j.tar.gz
426 MB
Download
CentOS 7
Debian 8
Ubuntu 14.04
VMWare
wordpress-p7vkd3f7et1j-vmware-centos_7.zip
655 MB
wordpress-p7vkd3f7et1j-vmware-debian_8.zip
571 MB
wordpress-p7vkd3f7et1j-vmware-ubuntu_14.04.zip
630 MB
VirtualBox
wordpress-p7vkd3f7et1j-virtualbox-centos_7.ova
736 MB
wordpress-p7vkd3f7et1j-virtualbox-debian_8.ova
707 MB
wordpress-p7vkd3f7et1j-virtualbox-ubuntu_14.04.ova
733 MB
Qemu/KVM
wordpress-p7vkd3f7et1j-qemu-centos_7.qcow2.gz
644 MB
wordpress-p7vkd3f7et1j-qemu-debian_8.qcow2.gz
wordpress-p7vkd3f7et1j-qemu-ubuntu_14.04.qcow2.gz
622 MB

You can access the virtual machine via console or SSH:

Login: jet
Password: jet
Developer tools
CentOS 7
Debian 8
Ubuntu 14.04
Vagrant

You can use the appliance as a Vagrant base box for any OS with VirtualBox support (Windows, OS X, Linux).

Copy Vagrantfile in your project’s directory:

Vagrant.configure(2) do |config|
  config.vm.box = "jetware/jetware-wordpress4_lemp7_ssl_le-centos_7"
  config.vm.box_url = "http://jetware.io/appliances/jetware/wordpress4_lemp7_ssl_le-170713/download/image:base_image:vagrant?os=centos_7"
  config.vm.network "forwarded_port", guest: 80, host: 8080, auto_correct: true
end

or add base box to your local boxes:

vagrant box add "http://jetware.io/appliances/jetware/wordpress4_lemp7_ssl_le-170713/download/image:base_image:vagrant?os=centos_7" --name "jetware/jetware-wordpress4_lemp7_ssl_le-centos_7"

You can use the appliance as a Vagrant base box for any OS with VirtualBox support (Windows, OS X, Linux).

Copy Vagrantfile in your project’s directory:

Vagrant.configure(2) do |config|
  config.vm.box = "jetware/jetware-wordpress4_lemp7_ssl_le-debian_8"
  config.vm.box_url = "http://jetware.io/appliances/jetware/wordpress4_lemp7_ssl_le-170713/download/image:base_image:vagrant?os=debian_8"
  config.vm.network "forwarded_port", guest: 80, host: 8080, auto_correct: true
end

or add base box to your local boxes:

vagrant box add "http://jetware.io/appliances/jetware/wordpress4_lemp7_ssl_le-170713/download/image:base_image:vagrant?os=debian_8" --name "jetware/jetware-wordpress4_lemp7_ssl_le-debian_8"

You can use the appliance as a Vagrant base box for any OS with VirtualBox support (Windows, OS X, Linux).

Copy Vagrantfile in your project’s directory:

Vagrant.configure(2) do |config|
  config.vm.box = "jetware/jetware-wordpress4_lemp7_ssl_le-ubuntu_14.04"
  config.vm.box_url = "http://jetware.io/appliances/jetware/wordpress4_lemp7_ssl_le-170713/download/image:base_image:vagrant?os=ubuntu_14.04"
  config.vm.network "forwarded_port", guest: 80, host: 8080, auto_correct: true
end

or add base box to your local boxes:

vagrant box add "http://jetware.io/appliances/jetware/wordpress4_lemp7_ssl_le-170713/download/image:base_image:vagrant?os=ubuntu_14.04" --name "jetware/jetware-wordpress4_lemp7_ssl_le-ubuntu_14.04"

Configuration

Main settings

wordpress

Default administrator name: admin
Default administrator password: admin

php

Path to php.ini: /jet/etc/php/php.ini

mysqld

Administrator username: root
Administrator password: empty
Socket: /jet/run/mysqld/mysql.sock

nginx

Default server host

Main config: /jet/etc/nginx/nginx.conf
Additional configs: /jet/etc/nginx/conf.d
Document Root:  
Ports/Sockets: 80
Main Error Log: /jet/log/nginx/error.log

ssl_webserver

Domain: inactive

phpmyadmin

Address: http://server_address/phpmyadmin