How to write a script for setting up a LEMRS stack on Amazon Lightsail

In my last post, I bumped into Amazon Lightsail and discovered the joys of virtual servers. In this post I’m going to talk about how a Linux noob like me figured out what to put in Lightsail’s Create Instance launch script to build a LEMRS stack. In my next post, I’ll show you the actual Lightsail script I’m using.

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How about Amazon Lightsail for hosting LEMRS stacks?

In the world of web servers, a stack describes the critical software used on the server. The most well-known stack is LAMP – Linux (operating system), Apache (web server), MySQL (database), and PHP (programming language). For example, WordPress and other content-management systems typically rely on a LAMP stack.

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