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Set up server for Wordpress

Part 1: Initial Configuration

1. Create new 1GB Digital Ocean Box with Backups enabled.

2. Generate two passwords. One will be used for new user and one for mysql root.

3. Paste Server details and passwords into the spreadsheet

4. ssh into server

5. Create new user deployer. Use one of the passwords generated in step 2.

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Setting up Plex Media Server on Raspberry Pi (with NTFS automounting)
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  1. Get the latest version of Raspbian LITE
  2. Download Etcher and install.
  3. Run etcher to burn raspbian onto your SD Card
  4. Place a file named ssh on the boot directory (you can mount the boot directory in disk utility)
  5. Place the SD card into the pi and boot.
  6. Run sudo raspi-config to set up basic initial config.
  7. Upgrade Raspbian
sudo apt-get update
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