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Setting up a web server on a Raspberry Pi 4 using Ubuntu 20.10 (Beta) 64-bit Linux

Ubuntu 20.10 is now available as a BETA release. This includes a Raspberry Pi server edition. In this video I will boot up from a newly created image using the image from Ubuntu 20.10 Beta Server images site.

I then show how it can be setup as a basic web server with a simple test page created in html.

This is just the first steps in setting up a web server as it only installs Apache 2. You may also want to install a database such as Maria DB or other applications. You will probably also want to change to a static IP address which is not shown in this video.

The console screen video is captured using gucview, then I use an ssh from my Ubuntu PC to complete the configuration.

This was tested using the beta image installed onto an SD Card. I have tried to boot from an external USB drive (eg SSD drive), but that was unsuccessful.

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