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
1.1 Your project needs to be hosted.
So far the project has used only one hosting provider, digitalocean. So, this example uses digitalocean. There are many hosting providers. Note, that if you decide to sign-up digitalocean, you can help the freeradiantbunny.org project by using our referral link: Get Digital Ocean using the referral link for friends and followers of freeradiantbunny.node project..
1.2 If you get a digitalocean account, start by creating a "droplet"
In this case a "droplet" is built to be an NodeJS 12.18.0 on Ubuntu 20.04 virtual machine hosted in a big computer center of your chosen location.
Once the digitalocean account is ready, use the instructions below to create a droplet. The instructinos guide one in using a console to issue commands and create a droplet.
Enter the command-line sysadmin commands in the How To linked below. The commands help you set up a user account on your virtual server.These instructions include the installation of the specialized node.js Express webserver (freeradiantbunny).
These instructions also include the code for installing the freeradiantbunny.node npm module using npm.
- Detailed instructions: How To Build a Stock Back-End Server.
2. Test the webserver.
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