Category Archives: Magento2

Install Magento2 on Ubuntu 18.04

admin/ June 3, 2018/ Linux, Magento2/ 0 comments

WHAT IS MAGENTO. Magento is an open source, enterprise-class eCommerce platform with 100,000+ merchants using it worldwide. More than a 1,000 Magento stores come online every day! These merchants depend heavily on the ecosystem of third-party developers, such as you, to build Magento implementations, customizations, and extensions. The successful developers in Magento’s vibrant ecosystem have a strong knowledge of the Magento

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Install Magento2 using docker

admin/ March 20, 2017/ Docker, Linux, Magento2/ 3 comments

Install Magento2 on Docker Containers. Now its time to install the Magento 2.x or Magento1.x as you want. You can put your code, import your database and set URL. Enjoy your Magento instance. Yes, Now we come to docker. Install docker and docker-compose on your Linux machine enjoy your docker instance with few commands. It is really very easy. How

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Simplest and Easiest way to install Magento 2

admin/ July 9, 2016/ Linux, Magento2/ 1 comments

Simplest and Easiest   way to install Magento 2. I would like to introduce you all the simplest way to installMagento 2 on any platform. 1. Install ComposerFor Ubuntu -: $ sudo apt-get install -y composer Note-: The above command works on ubuntu 15.04 onwards.OR $ curl -sS | php $ mv composer.phar /usr/local/bin/composer $ sudo chmod 0755 /usr/local/bin/composer

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Install Magento2 on Ubuntu-LTS-16.04 (Nginx Varnish php7 MySql-Server) LEMP

admin/ May 11, 2016/ Linux, Magento2/ 1 comments

Magento2 (M2) installation on Ubuntu LTS 16.04 with Nginx, Varnish, MySql Server. Nginx Nginx has grown in popularity since its release due to its light-weight resource utilization and its ability to scale easily on minimal hardware. Nginx excels at serving static content quickly and is designed to pass dynamic requests off to other software that is better suited for those

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Install Magento2 on Ubuntu-LTS-16.04

admin/ May 9, 2016/ Linux, Magento2

Ubuntu LTS 16.04 an opensource operating system which comes with long-term support(LTS). To install Magento2 on Ubuntu 16.04 with Php7.0, Mysql-5.6, Apache 2.4. Below are the few steps-: Step 1-: Install required packages for Magento2 deployment. sudo apt-get install apache2 php libapache2-mod-php mysql-server php-mysql php-dom \ php-simplexml php-curl php-intl php-xsl php-mbstring php-zip php-xml composer sudo a2enmod rewrite Open the apache2.conf file and AllowOverride all for Directory permission.

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Magento 2 (M2) List of Commands Available

admin/ May 2, 2016/ Linux, Magento2/ 0 comments

List of Commands Available in Magento2. php bin/magento <Commands> Available commands: help Displays help for a command list Lists commands admin admin:user:create Creates an administrator admin:user:unlock Unlock Admin Account cache cache:clean Cleans cache type(s) cache:disable Disables cache type(s) cache:enable Enables cache type(s) cache:flush Flushes cache storage used by cache type(s) cache:status Checks cache status catalog catalog:images:resize Creates resized product images

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Install Magento2 on Ubuntu (Nginx, Mysql-Server, PHP5.6, Varnish Cache)

admin/ April 27, 2016/ Linux, Magento2/ 1 comments

Magento2 on EC2 instance with Nginx and Varnish Caching server Here I am going to tell you the steps to install Magento2 on EC2 instance with Nginx and Varnish Caching server. Few Steps are below tested on Ubuntu EC2 aws instance/VPS. Step 1-: Install required packages $ sudo apt-get install software-properties-common $ sudo add-apt-repository -y ppa:ondrej/mysql-5.6 $ sudo add-apt-repository -y

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Install Redis-Server and setup with Magento2

admin/ April 26, 2016/ Linux, Magento2/ 0 comments

Install And setup the Redis-Server on Ubuntu for Magento2 instance. It is very easy to install and use it with magento2, it will cache your magento2 instance and page cache. There are few basic steps to install and setup with Ubuntu Server. Step 1-: Install Required Packages. $ sudo apt-get update $ sudo apt-get install -y redis-server Step 2-: Check

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Install memcache and setup with Magento2

admin/ April 25, 2016/ Linux, Magento2/ 0 comments

Install Memcache on Ubuntu and setup with Magento2 (M2). There are few steps below. Step 1-: Install Memcache required packages. apt-get -y update apt-get -y install php5-memcache memcached Open the Memcache configuration, Increase the memory size to 1GB. $ sudo nano /etc/memcached.conf Replace the line from -m 64 To -m 1024 Restart memcache $ sudo service memcached restart Step 2-:

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Install Magento2 with PHP7 on Centos7/RHEL

admin/ April 18, 2016/ Linux, Magento2/ 0 comments

Magento2 installation on RHEL/Centos 7 with Php7. Subscribing to the IUS Community Project Repository Since PHP 7.x is not yet packaged in official repositories for the major distributions, we’ll have to rely on a third-party source. Several repositories offer PHP 7 RPM files. We’ll use the IUS repository. IUS offers an installation script for subscribing to their repository and importing

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