One-Click Install Application: Wordpress

  • Posted on December 10, 2013
  • irfantonyAsked by irfantony


I successfully install LAMP on Ubuntu on new droplet using one-click install. Then I install phpMySQL via SSH. I want to install Wordpress on the same droplet but there’s no one-click install available on that droplet.

If I install via SSH, I have Wordpress installed but on a new droplet (with exact same capacity, etc)

I start confuse with droplet concept (I’m coming from cPanel VPS). Can I have more than 1 droplet with total capacity more than I subscribe? Let’s say I have 40GB disk and I have 3 droplet with 40GB each?

And how to install Wordpress on the same droplet using one-click install? Or it’s better to install via SSH?



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Both should work the same. I personally would go with a LEMP stack.

I forgot to mention that CPVlab needs ionCube