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Link: How to Clone and Migrate WordPress Sites the Easy Way

Cloning and migrating a WordPress website is never an easy task. Even though you can use all the help provided by the WordPress community, the manual operation is always a daunting task, especially if you are a beginner. Even a small unintentional mistake can cause some serious issues like missing posts or media, corrupted permalinks, extended period of downtimes, etc. In the worst case scenario, it may completely ruin your WordPress installation. To save all the hassle, here is a single plugin that can easily clone and migrate WordPress sites without messing with a whole lot of complicated settings.

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How to Clone and Migrate WordPress Sites the Easy Way (Make Tech Easier)

Link: EasyEngine – An Auto Installer Script For Managing WordPress-Nginx Websites On Ubuntu, Debian

EasyEngine (ee) is a Linux shell-script to install and manage wordpress-nginx websites in one go. Using EasyEngine, you can install Nginx, PHP, MySQL, Postfix, phpMyAdmin and their dependencies in one shot easily without the help of a System administrator. It makes very easy to install and manage wordpress-nginx websites, and you don’t have to manually install each packages and memorize all commands. Everything will be done automatically on the background. EasyEngine will work on Ubuntu LTS versions such as Ubuntu 12.04/14.04, and Debian 6/7 version. Unfortunately, there is no support for RPM based systems like CentOS, and there is no future plan to make it work on RPM based systems right now.

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EasyEngine – An Auto Installer Script For Managing WordPress-Nginx Websites On Ubuntu, Debian (Unixmen)

Link: Alternative to WordPress: 5 Great CMS You Might Not Have Heard of Before

WordPress may be the most popular CMS (content management system) in the web; it is definitely not the only one around. There are many other CMS that are equally powerful as WordPress. Here are five alternatives for you.

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Alternative to WordPress: 5 Great CMS You Might Not Have Heard of Before (Make Tech Easier)
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10 Free CMS alternatives to wordpress that you might not know about (Smashing Hub)

Link: Pelican: A fast blog/CMS for the Raspberry Pi

… I wanted blogging software to run on the Raspberry PI which was:

  • Served at a reasonable speed.
  • Easy to write.
  • Easy to maintain.
  • Portable to other platforms, should I choose to move to another server.

After looking high and low for a solution, I finally came across my answer: Pelican.

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Pelican: A fast blog/CMS for the Raspberry Pi (874.org.uk)

Link: Set up a WordPress site on the Raspberry PI

I have already written articles showing how to set up the Raspberry PI and how to set up a personal web server on the Raspberry PI.

I was recently asked whether I could expand further and show how to install WordPress onto the web server.

To be able to follow this guide you will need to have set up your Raspberry PI and you will need to have PHP, MySQL, PHPMyAdmin and a web server such as Lighttpd or Apache installed. Follow the guide for setting up the personal web server linked above if you haven’t already.

Full article here:
Set up a WordPress site on the Raspberry PI (Everyday Linux User)

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