Setup SlickStack for the Nginx LEMP server in Wordpress

From many Facebook group recommend SlickStack is free Bash script and lightweight to setup the Wordpress server in Ubuntu LTS, and the sysadmin suggested Digital Ocean cloud is the best for only $5 VPS server can be very fast speeds

Can someone in DO help to guidance about installing SlickStack Nginx for Wordpress on this BB discussion board?

Or any consult freelance is offering this service now? thanks

Also, MySQL or MariaDB is better now for WordPress.

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You can check this tutorial that is very good for SlickStack newbies and can be used for DigitalOcean cloud environment also:

This one is not very detailed but if you want basic summary of the install commands only:

Also, MySQL or MariaDB is better now for WordPress.

It does not matter really, SlickStack uses MySQL by default and performance is the same as MariaDB.

SlickStack also can support remote database server so you can use DigitalOcean managed MySQL or MariaDB server instead if you prefer to keep the database separate.

Hello, @mahmoud213

Looking at the installation process that is described here:

Everything seems pretty straight forward and simple. You just need to access your droplet/server via ssh and then download and execute the script.

Also if you’re interested in WordPress hosting you should definitely check our marketplace 1 click install for WordPress as well:

As for your other question, I haven’t notice any significant difference in terms of speed when using both MySQL and MariaDB, but I’ll recommend to stick with MariaDB as it’s newer and also a lot of WordPress experts and enthusiasts prefer to use it.

Regards, Alex