Just when you thought installing OpenLiteSpeed couldn’t get any easier, it does! With our new ols1clk installation script, you can install OLS (and optionally MySQL and WordPress) with literally one click!
Currently ols1clk is compatible with CentOS 5-7, Debian 7-9, and Ubuntu 12, 14, and 16. Simply run our ols1clk script as a superuser (sudo can also be used) with no flags to quickly and easily install and set up OpenLiteSpeed with lsphp:
Installing WordPress as well is just as easy:
This command will install WordPress to its default directory /usr/local/lsws/wordpress as well as MySQL if it is not already installed. WordPress can also be installed to a specific directory using --wordpresspath. If WordPress already exists at that location, OLS will use that installation instead of creating a new one.
For example, if you had a WordPress installation in the /usr/local/blog directory:
./ols1clk.sh --wordpresspath /usr/local/blog
ols1clk will install the latest lsphp56 version from our repositories. If you’re missing any other dependencies, ols1clk will install those too.
Installing OpenLiteSpeed has never been easier!
For more info, check out our ols1clk wiki page.
Try ols1clk and let us know what you think in the comments below!