Raspberry Pi Lighttpd Web Server Tutorial

Setting Up

Acquire a Raspberry Pi, configure your SD card with Raspbian, and connect to the internet via ethernet.  Get yourself a case similar to the one shown or make one from lego or cardboard.

Once you’ve booted your Pi, it’s crucial to change the default password.  If you’re comfortable at the command line, ditch the default user Pi and the desktop interface.  This will help preserve the life of your SD card.  If you think the server will get much traffic, it’s worth taking the time to boot Raspbian from a USB instead of the SD card.

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