Difference between revisions of "Installing PM Software Stack"

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=== SSL Cert questions ===
You may skip all of them, these are innecessary and empty works fine if you want to allow non-signed cert HTTPS.
=== Hostname ===
=== Hostname ===
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== Installing on Debian 6.0 Squeeze ==
At the very least you need to remove quota compilation from installation, and the line with rar installation for apt-get is not working. The correct package in squeeze is ''unrar-free''.
After installation complete you need to run:
/usr/sbin/lighty-enable-mod fastcgi
/usr/sbin/lighty-enable-mod fastcgi-php
/etc/init.d/lighttpd force-reload
Among a lot of environment changes, and probably a few added packages as well. The default in Debian 6.0 are quite poor for server environments, or general shell usage. For example, VI enhanced is lacking syntax highlighting, some autocomplete features work somewhat ''illogically'' compared to 5.0 etc.
The list of changes required for [[Debian]] 6.0 is quite extensive for optimal experience, but above instructions will get you started.
[[Category:PM Software Stack Guides]]
[[Category:PM Software Stack Guides]]

Revision as of 15:28, 20 August 2018

Installation of PM Software Stack is very easy and self-explanatory with basic linux server administration skills. The complete procedure takes 15 to 30mins depending on the type of server, most of this time is spent by apt installing new packages and compiling required software from source.


  • Freshly installed dedicated server/VPS with Debian 7.0
  • root access to the server
  • DNS setup for FQDN in one form or another

Note: Quota may or may not work with OpenVZ. At the very least do not alter default quota (inc. do not compile quota from source) in a OpenVZ virtual machine. Note 2: Debian 6.0 quota from repository is quite sufficient. See bottom of this page for Debian 6.0 special instructions.

Quick installation

cd ~
wget http://pulsedmedia.com/remote/install.sh
bash install.sh
shutdown -r now

Reply to questions, and setup quota as requested (if needed). After reboot issue command quotaon -av and you are done :)

Quota setup

Copy & paste last line of the fstab line without # character to the according device options, ie.:

/dev/md4        /home   ext4    defaults,noatime,usrjquota=aquota.user,grpjquota=aquota.group,jqfmt=vfsv1       1       2


When the installation scripts open the file for hostname make certain it is the servers FQDN. You can even leave it as is, as now you can also access user accounts via any hostname/ip it responds to in the format of uri/user-#USERNAME#/