Getting Canvas LMS Pre-installed If you want to skip the installation of Canvas LMS and purchase a pre-installed VPS Canvas already installed, or alternatively, have a secure instance of Canvas LMS hosted on your own domain, please contact me by email (joseph@ripplesoftware) or via contact page for more details. The full instructions for installing Canvas LMS on your own Ubuntu 18.04 server are below. Installing Canvas LMS on Ubuntu 18.04 8GB of ram is recommended for a server running Canvas LMS. However, it is possible that you can install and run Canvas LMS on a server with only 4GB or less. This installation was done on a Digital Ocean Ubuntu 18.04 VPS. Be sure to point your domain’s name-servers at your correct cloud host and edit your DNS networking so that your domain is pointed at your server before you begin. You can check using nslookup command as shown below….
WordPress 5.4 has been reminding admins to update PHP to 7.4. Even if you are on PHP 7.1 you will receive the message in your dashboard. Here are the instructions to upgrade from PHP 7.1 Remi Repo on Centos 7. READ FIRST — IMPORTANT !!! Get a complete backup snapshot of your server before you complete these update steps 1. First thing you should do is do any core OS updates and package updates. # yum update -y 2. Check which version of PHP you are currently running. # php -v PHP 7.1.33 (cli) (built: Oct 26 2019 10:16:23) ( NTS ) Copyright (c) 1997-2018 The PHP Group Zend Engine v3.1.0, Copyright (c) 1998-2018 Zend Technologies 3. Print a list to see all the PHP packages you have installed. You will need to replace all these packages in PHP 7.4. You should copy this list to a file…
Here are the instructions for upgrading your version to PHP 7.3 on a Centos 7 server.