From Proxmox VE
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WordPress is a state-of-the-art publishing platform with a focus on aesthetics, web standards, and usability. WordPress is both free and priceless at the same time.
For more details see: Wordpress
Virtual Appliances can be downloaded directly via the Central Web-based Management.
Recommended settings for Proxmox VE
- Memory (MB): 512
- Swap (MB): 512
- Hard disk (GB): 8
- Main software packages: Debian Lenny, Wordpress 3.4.2, MySQL 5.1, Postfix, Apache2, PHP5.3
Start the VM and open a VNC console and install the latest security updates.
apt-get update apt-get upgrade
- Set the server timezone via command line:
Now, connect to the Wordpress web installer http://youripaddress/ and follow the instructions.
The default admin url will be
MySQL root password
During the first start of the appliance the mysql root and the database user password for wordpress are auto-generated.
For the mysql root password, see:
you can remove this file, its not needed anymore.
This version of WordPress features an Automatic Upgrade. Launch the automatic upgrade by clicking the link in the new version banner (if it's there) or by going to the Tools -> Upgrade menu. After that it should be straightforward. A set of pictures showing the Wordpress upgrading process is available here.
Automatic Upgrades do fail sometimes, though, so remember to backup your database first, and deactivate your plugins before starting the upgrade.