2014 April 08 00:00
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For years, I have prided myself on knowing how to set up a LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP/Perl/Python) server in linux OSes based on Debian, RedHat, and SuSE.
Today, I needed to set up an internal-use survey server using LimeSurvey. I decided to build as modern of a server as possible using CentOS, nginx, MySQL, and PHP 5.5 with Zend OpCache… in short, a LEMP server.
I started out with instruction from mindfsck.net and went from there.
I must say that building my first LEMP server was much simpler than building my first LAMP server.
Corrections or curious to see how this was put together? Check out the latest version of this site at its github repo.