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It's An Ubuntu Server! To The Cloud

We haven't forgotten about you, Ubuntu.

I need some help with this one, folks;

Sync with client apps and generate and share links.

LAMP stack (Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP), configure a database manually.

Cool, but how about we just use the snap packaging system.

How to show installation when you don’t want a GUI and percentages are passé.

And after it’s installed….we open a port. Remember sudo ufw allow 443/tcp?

Why are we using 443 instead of port 80? Because this is HTTPS, and it’s encrypted.

So after making a self-signed certificate. We could also use the lets-encrypt option if our sever is on a domain or dynamic dns name and your server has ports 80 and 443 open.

At this point, the professor uses a browser to find his server on the local system, but we don’t have a GUI and thus, no browser. If there’s some alternative way to do this, let me know.

We would set up an admin name and password, probably saturnina-butterfly still.

Everything just goes GUI, and gosh, I don’t have a problem with Linux’s GUI, but I prefer the cmd line.

We...installed it,  at least?


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