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Drupal in the Cloud, Part 3: Installing Virtualmin

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Let me preface this section with a caveat: you do not need Virtualmin for Drupal to work. Drupal will work just fine without Virtualmin, provided it gets the three things it does need: Apache, MySQL, and PHP.

For those at home taking notes, this is typically called a LAMP setup- Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP. LAMP. Get it? Cool, let's continue.

What Virtualmin does is provide an easy interface to manage your server, which is an absolute godsend for those who hate doing things by command line.

There are three things we need to get Virtualmin up and running:

  1. Be on a supported system (CentOS, Debian, Ubuntu LTS, etc.)
  2. Change the hostname to what its final hostname will be
  3. Run the install script

The first requirement is done, provided you have been doing things according to the tutorial.

The second requirement is fairly easy:

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Backing Up Drupal on Shared Hosting Part 1: Database Backup

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Wondering how to back up your Drupal install? Look no further! This tutorial is split up into two videos- database backups and file backups. Without further adieu, here is the first part: Database Backups: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZmAf8mvOVps

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Multiple XBMC Front-ends with MySQL

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This is pretty much taken and modified from http://contentwhores.com/media-centers/configuring-xbmc-to-use-a-mysql-library/.

For my scenario, I am using Ubuntu 9.04 Server with MySQL 5.0.75 for the server (and Samba for file shares) and XP Pro 32-bit running XBMC Dharma Beta 4

Webmin Setup
There are many connectors to manage your MySQL server, but I prefer Webmin. If you are going to have your server be headless but still wish to have somewhat of a graphical environment, use Webmin. To install as of 11/18/2010 run this set of commands:wget http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/webadmin/webmin_1.520_all.deb && sudo dpgk -i webmin_1.520_all.deb && sudo apt-get install -f

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