LEMP Stack contains Linux, Ngnix, MySQL, PHP . LEMP stack works effectively with the WordPress Install through famous 1 minute installation using bash scripts the most used for fast installation of WordPress. The script install following packages on respective Ubuntu based distros including NGNIX , MySQL, PHP and most important it installs WordPress CMS. Most important thing is this scripts installs this complicated tasks in minutes so thanks to the developer of this Script for wonderful bash scripts.

Pre Required Dependencies
  1. Need an internet connection.
  2. Updated Linux Distro based on Ubuntu and its derivative.

For updating your Ubuntu and its derivative you need to run following command to do the task

# apt-get upgrade -y
Step-I (Install the GIT)

It is required to install git packages.

# apt-get install git -y
Step-2 (Clone and run the script)

As soon as git package installed successfully. You have to proceed for the script installation method.

# git clone https://github.com/erming/ubuntu-wp-install && bash ubuntu-wp-install/install.sh
# git clone https://github.com/erming/ubuntu-wp-install && sh ubuntu-wp-install/install.sh
Step-3 (Restart the session)

You need to restart the session in order to successful installation of WordPress.

Step-4 (Check the default IP Address of localhost)

Check the attached IP address with the VPS instances. Note it down on a notepad.

# ifconfig
Step-5 (Open the Web Browser for setup the WordPress)

Open web browser like Mozilla Firefox and access the default localhost address.
Fill the required information and hit on Install WordPress
If Success message has come After that hit on Log in
Login with your desired Login and Passwords and finally hit on Log in
After that you will see the Admin panel of WordPress

Step-6 (Access your Default WordPress sites)

Now get access to the dashboard of WordPress where you can do all the possible things. Lets start with designing your website using the simple dashboard.


Congratulations now you have installed the WordPress with the LAMP Stack on Ubuntu and Debian.