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README.md

Bludit-Pi

Raspberry Pi Setup for the Bludit Flat File CMS

The goal of this project is to create an easy way to configure and install Bludit on a Raspberry Pi.

It is not recommended to run this script on a Raspberry Pi that has already had a webserver installed and configured!

The following technologies are automatically installed for you.

  • Apache
  • PHP
  • Bludit (Latest Version)

Pre-Installation

  1. Raspberry Pi with Raspbian
  2. Git installed - sudo apt-get install git

Installation Instructions

  1. Find a directory on your Pi where you'd like to install this repo
  2. Run git clone https://github.com/mhancoc7/Bludit-Pi.git
  3. Run cd Bludit-Pi
  4. Run bash build.sh

Usage

  1. Make sure the configuration process is completed
  2. Point your web browser to http://raspberrypi.local (or whatever your Pi's hostname is set to) to view your Bludit site
  3. Follow the steps to complete the Bludit installation

Upgrade

Run bash build.sh

Keep in mind upgrading will remove any custom modifications that you have made to Bludit. It will not overwrite the content or settings that you have applied in the Bludit admin panel.

Note

If you receive an error message when loading Bludit in your web browser it could be that a step in the build process failed for some reason. It is safe to re-run the build.

Disclaimer

All code is provided as-is without any warranty. Use at your own risk.

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