How to Proxy Port 80 to 2368 for Ghost with Nginx

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If you followed one of our posts on How To Install Ghost, we highly suggest going through this post right after installing Ghost so that your Ghost blog is accessible on port 80 instead of 2368. We will accomplish this by using Nginx to proxy all requests for port 80… Read More

Migrating Ghost Installation From SQLite3 To MySQL

If you have a Ghost blog with a SQLite3 backend and want to migrate to MySQL, you can use this simple process: To get started you will need to have MySQL installed on your server: Ubuntu apt-get install mysql-server CentOS yum install mysql-server <li>Go through the MySQL… Read More

Connecting Ghost to MySQL AWS RDS Instance

Amazon's RDS service (Managed Relational Database Service) allows you to create and host a database in the Amazon cloud rather than having a local one on your server. This article will walk you through how to create an RDS instance and connect Ghost to it. In your AWS account select… Read More

How To Install Ghost In a Subdirectory

There are two main steps to install Ghost in a subdirectory. You need to update the Ghost config so it knows it is in a subdirectory, and then use apache or nginx to point the right traffic to Ghost To tell Ghost where it should live, in the config.js… Read More