A Raspberry Pi web server is a great lightweight and affordable server for either the home of a small business. The Pi can handle a small amount of traffic making it great for a development server where you can learn web languages such as PHP.
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In this Raspberry Pi Web Server tutorial I will take you through the steps for installing apache, PHP, MYSQL and also WordPress. Each of them are relatively easy steps so you shouldn’t have too much trouble but if you do please go to my website and leave me a comment.
Now as I mentioned above the web server on Raspberry Pi isn’t the fastest. This means that if you get a lot of traffic then it will be probably crash out and become irresponsive. That means whilst it is great for a home server or a development server it just won’t be able to do very well as a public server.
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