Tjos tutorial show you how to get a WordPress installation up and running on a VPS while doing the least configuration possible. We will have to use openlitespeed for caching, but that’s it. No need for Apache or MySQL on the same server as WordPress.
In fact, we will add cyberpanel, which gives us all the administration options we need from one single place without having to deal directly with any Linux command line stuff.
Vultur offers a great service for extremely low cost, including 1GB vps hosted in Boston or Miami with free DDoS mitigation and SSL already installed for only 5$ per month. They provide a console to make changes on your VPS remotely, but we will not use it here. We will stay with ssh which is pretty straightforward and can be set up right away even if you have never used linux before. It’s also much more secure than the web interface they offer.
Cyberpanel is easy to install from the command line, it only takes one line – just paste it into your terminal as shown in the video.
sh <(curl https://cyberpanel.net/install.sh || wget -O - https://cyberpanel.net/install.sh)