Joomla! 4.3 on OpenBSD 7.3: Install

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  • Joomla!

    Home of the Joomla! Content Management System

    Joomla! is one of popular PHP content management systems (aka CMS). It is good for portal-like websites as well as blogging platforms. The first version was released in 2005 and, after long progress, the latest major one was done two years ago (on 2021-08-17).

  • PHPT

    The PHP Interpreter

    Joomla! is one of popular PHP content management systems (aka CMS). It is good for portal-like websites as well as blogging platforms. The first version was released in 2005 and, after long progress, the latest major one was done two years ago (on 2021-08-17).

  • InfluxDB

    Power Real-Time Data Analytics at Scale. Get real-time insights from all types of time series data with InfluxDB. Ingest, query, and analyze billions of data points in real-time with unbounded cardinality.

  • src

    Read-only git conversion of OpenBSD's official CVS src repository. Pull requests not accepted - send diffs to the tech@ mailing list.

    This post shows how to install Joomla! with PHP/PHP-FPM on OpenBSD, the solid OS. All of them are the latest as of today.

  • dev-example-places

    A web application (with multiple API project options) that uses MariaDB!

    Database: MariaDB 10.9

  • website

    Let's Encrypt Website and Documentation (by letsencrypt)

    It is able to get them via requests to Let's Encrypt with acme-client. (See: How to conifugre OpenBSD acme-client).

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