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How can I install or use geoserver on digital ocean?

My project was using mysql and nodejs which I have successfully deployed on digital ocean server but now my application is growing and I have also used postgresql and geoserver in it. My problem is that Is there any solution to use geoserver on digital ocean server. I am using Ubuntu 16.04.5 x64 OS on digital ocean server.

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Hello, I follow these instructions, but now I’ve a SSL problem. I can’t use https://geoserver.mydomain.biz with common “Let’s Encrypt” SSL certificate. You can help me?

update apt-get and install java runtime environment (if you don’t have it)

sudo apt-get update
apt-get install openjdk-8-jre

make a new directory download the proper version from geoserver’s release page and unzip it then upload it to the folder you create on the droplet (eg platform independent stable release)

mkdir -p /usr/share/geoserver/

create environment variable, apply it

echo "export GEOSERVER_HOME=/usr/share/geoserver/" >> ~/.profile
. ~/.profile

give ownership rights to folder (replace <user> with proper ubuntu user)

sudo chown -R <user> /usr/share/geoserver/

add in any extensions you need to usr/share/geoserver/webapps/geoserver/WEB-INF/ folder then start the server from the bin folder

cd /usr/share/geoserver/bin
sh startup.sh

it should list a server success eventually and access it at http://localhost:8080/geoserver/ for more info see geoserver linux install directions