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It is meant to function as a staging or testing server where you can  do compatibility test  latest wordpress version on your existing sites, or try themes, plugins,widgets or practice your coding skills in css & php before deploying into your production, then using rpi is a good option.

Components used and tested working:

Raspberry Pi Model B , installed with Raspbian GNU/Linux 8 Jessie (Kernel armv6l Linux 4.9.35+)
nginx(1.6.2-5+deb8u5) (Web Server)
php5 (php5 5.6.33)
mysql 5.5 (ver.5.5.59-0+deb8u1) (Database Server)

Before start the actual installation, update rpi packages

pi@raspberrypi:~ $ sudo apt-get update; sudo apt-get upgrade


My friend had this Raspberry Pi B+ and wants to use it as a media centre to play his video collection from his NAS storage.  I gave him an option to install Raspbian then install on top those open source media player application. Ended up he wanted the easier way so recommended the OpenELEC. But there’s another thing, he only have Macbook Pro as a laptop.

OpenELEC or short for Open Embedded Linux Entertainment Center, is a free and open source operating system that provides functionality as a complete media center as it is built around Kodi(previously XBMC).

Installation procedure:


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