install freeradiantbunny via commandline
These instructions are a work-in-progress Below is a step-by-step guide for getting a freeradiantbunny website with database operational.
1. Install freeradiantbunny and freeradiantbunny.node
Below are some notes and command-line riffs for installing.
Give the webserver a unique identifier.
# three-letter identifier $tli = "fcm";
After a fresh install of debian GNU/Linux, here are some commands for installing some basic software packages.
# set up webserver for freeradiantbunny print "setting up webserver...\n"; print "tli = " . $tli . "\n";
First there we check that our software repositories are filled with current metadata.
$command = "sudo apt-get update"; $command = "sudo apt-get upgrade";
Then we install a text editor and a database.
$command = "sudo apt-get install emacs"; $command = "sudo apt-get install postgresql";
More software repository maintenance.
$command = "sudo apt autoremove";
Install node.js so that our webserver can reverse proxy to an asynchronous webserver.
$command = "sudo apt-get install nodejs"; $command = "sudo apt-get install npm"; $command = "node -v"; $command = "npm -v"; $command = "npm install npm@latest -g"; $command = "node -v";
Install a process manager for node.js.
$command = "npm install pm2 -g"; $command = "pm2 -v";
Check the firewall.
# inspect firewall rules $command = "sudo ufw status";
Install the files of the website. This is probably going to be the backup from the last install, or it could be the very first time this site is starting and the freeradiantbunny demo files.
// the following should be replaced with a git command to a repository $webdir = "~/public_" . $tli; $command = "cp -r ~/freeradiantbunny.node/node_modules/freeradiantbunny/public " . $webdir;
Below are some ideas on how to set up a SSL ceftificate for the website. The process will require that you enter the domain name of the website.
$command = "sudo apt-get install software-properties-common;"; $command = "sudo add-apt-repository universe;"; $command = "sudo add-apt-repository ppa:certbot/certbot;"; $command = "sudo apt-get update;"; $command = "sudo apt-get install certbot python3-certbot-nginx;"; $command = "sudo certbot --nginx";
All this is just to bootstrap that system. The instuctions above are to prep the system for freeradiantbunny.
2. Test the webserver.
2.1 This needs to be more helpful and descriptive. But, for now we encourage you to click around.
last updated: 2020