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This guide briefly explains how to install a webserver on your Raspberry Pi.

First you should enable ssh. A guide is found here:

You'll need:
1 Raspberry Pi
(connected to a router and the Internet)

When the webserver is installed you probably want to add files with ftp:
See step 2!

If you want to make the webserver visible on the Internet look here:

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Step 1: Install Apache

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Connect to your Raspberry Pi.

If you havent set up ssh a guide can be found here:

Run the commands:
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install apache2 php5 libapache2-mod-php5

Now your Raspberry Pi should display (if you open it in your browser):
It works!

If you are uncertain of address type ifconfig in your ssh-window. Should be for example.

Step 2: Add files to your Raspberry Pi with ftp.

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Install a Ftp-client on your PC.

For example:

Open a connection to your Pi.

Files are found under the catalog /var/www

... if you have followed the previous steps.

My Raspberry webserver can be found here: - A QR business card generator. - all you want to know about what google knows about you.

May the Pi be with you!

Drk_Chpr9 months ago

Didacticiel très sympa. Par contre est-ce qu'une base de données à été installée et si oui comment l'administrer ?

antares72 (author)  Drk_Chpr9 months ago

Thanks Drk_Chpr! If you are in the start blocks to administer a database, I suggest you have a look at Postgresql!
May the Pi be with you!

HKM941 year ago

hello.. i need the video for install a webserver on raspberry Pi, step by step.. anyone can help me..?

antares72 (author)  HKM941 year ago

I think you can follow instruction above, but maybe this can help: ;)

antares72 (author) 2 years ago
Tnx Helder4u!!
Helder4u2 years ago
niice :)