Setup Your Personal Site From Scratch Using Linux, Apache And Jekyll

Like I promised in my last post , this is going to be a comprehensive tutorial to get your site up and running on a VPS. It is assumed that you already have root access to a VPS running Linux ready and also have registered www.example.com. If you haven’t and want to, check out DigitalOcean for cheap a VPS and NameCheap for a domain.

And to go lashing out our linux-fu, please make sure you know the basics of some command line plaintext editor such as vi, emacs, nano, etc :smile:

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Migrating Fleptic to a VPS

In one line, the GitHub Student Developer Pack is awesome! Among the many fabulous things it includes, I got $50 worth of DigitalOcean credits, which is what I’ve decided to use in the coming months to host Fleptic.

Currently Fleptic is being hosted on a DigitalOcean droplet (their fancy term for VPS) with 512MB RAM, 1 CPU core and 20GB harddisk space, running Fedora 24 x86_64. Apache is running the webserver and Jekyll is generating static webpages that I push using git.

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