Welcome to my Ultimate Web Server series for Ubuntu 22.04. In this series of tutorials, I will show you how to install and configure a LAMP stack with high security and blistering performance using HTTP/2. You will also learn how to set up Apache Virtual Hosts so your server can host multiple websites. The tutorials are organized in logical steps, and I encourage you to follow all of them (the WordPress step is optional).
- The Ultimate Web Server Series (Ubuntu 22.04)
- See Also
- Further Reading
- You will need a cloud server with a minimum 1 CPU, 2GB RAM and 20GB HDD. See DigitalOcean, Vultr or DreamHost
- A registered domain name (buy one for $0.99 cents from Namecheap) with DNS records pointing to your cloud servers IP address (instructions below)
- Throughout all these tutorials, I am using my own domain name
ricbre.comand IP address
22.214.171.124, so you’ll need to replace those with your own information at each instance
- I suggest you bookmark this page so you can find it easily
Set Up DNS Records
You will need two “A” DNS records so your domain name points to your cloud servers IP address, see table below (replace with your information):
The Ultimate Web Server Series (Ubuntu 22.04)
- Step 1 – Initial server set up on Ubuntu 22.04 cloud instance
- Step 2 – How to install LAMP stack on Ubuntu 22.04
- Step 3 – How to configure Apache Virtual Hosts on Ubuntu 22.04
- Step 4 – How to install a free Let’s Encrypt SSL certificate on Ubuntu 22.04 LAMP stack
- Step 5 – How to enable HTTP/2 on Ubuntu 22.04 LAMP stack
- Step 6 – How to install phpMyAdmin on Ubuntu 22.04 LAMP stack
- Step 7 – How to secure an Ubuntu 22.04 LAMP Stack
- Step 8 – How to install WordPress on Ubuntu 22.04 LAMP stack
I hope everything went well and you now have a robust, secure web server capable of hosting multiple websites. If you had any trouble, hit me up in the comments, email or socials.
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