BIP KB Tag: Ghost

How To Install Ghost On Ubuntu

Install Ghost This Tutorial will show you how to install Ghost on Ubuntu. These steps will work for Ubuntu 12.04 and 13.10, both the server and desktop versions. Update Ubuntu The first step will be to run through the Ubuntu software updates and install a couple of extra packages that will be needed. sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get upgrade -y sudo aptitude install -y zip vim wget Download / Install the Node....
By steve, May 6, 2015


How To Proxy Port 80 To 2368 For Ghost With Nginx

Intro to Port 80 Follow this tutorial to install Ghost. Make your Ghost blog accessible on port 80 instead of 2368. We will use Nginx to proxy all requests for port 80 to 2368. Start by installing Nginx with one of the following commands, depending on what operating system you are running: CentOS For CentOS the first thing you will need to do is create a Nginx yum repository: vim /etc/yum.repos.d/nginx.repo an...
By peggy, May 6, 2015


How To Keep Ghost Running With pm2

Introduction to Ghost When installing manually on a VPS, most people wonder how to keep Ghost running after their terminal session has ended. There are multiple ways to do this, the most popular way currently being forever and pm2 is a great alternative. It's Very easy to setup and use. Here are the steps to installing pm2 with Ghost: Note: These commands should be run from a non root user that is dedicated to running this...
By steve, May 6, 2015


How To Start Ghost With Forever

The node module, forever, can be used to start Ghost in the background, and monitor to make sure it stays up. If Ghost crashes, forever will automatically start another instance of Ghost. Installing Forever Install forever with this command from within your Ghost directory: npm install -g forever. Start Ghost with Forever To start Ghost with forever, run the following command from the Ghost directory (/var/www/gho...
By steve, May 6, 2015