Need help installing ee


#1

I am already rot so I tried this:

root@1sttest:~# curl -sL rt.cx/ee | bash  
Creating EasyEngine (ee) Log Directory, Please Wait...  
Updating APT Cache, Please Wait...  
EasyEngine (ee) Installation Started [Sun Apr 13 13:56:14 UTC 2014]  
Cloning EasyEngine (ee) stable Branch, Please Wait...  
Installing EasyEngine (ee), Please Wait...  

EasyEngine (ee) Required Your Name & Email Address To Track Changes You Made Under The Git  
EasyEngine (ee) Will Be Able To Send You Daily Reports & Alerts In Upcoming Version  
EasyEngine (ee) Will NEVER Send Your Information Across  

For EasyEngine (ee) Auto Completion Run Following Command

So apparently I’m required to give my name/email but where?

I then ran:
source /etc/bash_completion.d/ee and nothing happened.

Then I tried again:

root@1sttest:~# curl -sL rt.cx/ee | sudo bash  
Updating APT Cache, Please Wait...  
EasyEngine (ee) Installation Started [Sun Apr 13 13:56:55 UTC 2014]  
Cloning EasyEngine (ee) stable Branch, Please Wait...  
Installing EasyEngine (ee), Please Wait...  

For EasyEngine (ee) Auto Completion Run Following Command  
source /etc/bash_completion.d/ee  

EasyEngine (ee) Installed Successfully  
EasyEngine (ee) Help: http://rtcamp.com/easyengine/docs/  

root@1sttest:~#

What now? where do I enter name/email?


#2

Some more problems/warnings/info:

Warning: Using a password on the command line interface can be insecure.

You need to look into something like:
mysql --login-path=.mylogin.cnf

Some of the “text” of ee is cryptic - not badly but could be fixed. Is there a place where we can contribute to translations?

i.e.
EasyEngine (ee) Allow To Access Protected Files By Using Whitelisted IP Address Or HTTP Authentication
should probably be
EasyEngine (ee) Allow access to protected files by using whitelisted IP address or HTTP authentication

Then:
EasyEngine (ee) Don’t Find IP Address in /etc/easyengine/ee.conf file

What now? I’m a bit lost…

Also, when creating my first WP site, I see user/pass on screen but it doesn’t get emailed to me.


#3

BUG?

root@1sttest:~# ee site create quilombobrasil.com --wpfc  
.  
.  
.  
Please Configure The Following Settings...  
Nginx Helper: http://quilombobrasil.com/wp-admin/options-general.php?page=nginx  
W3 Total Cache: http://quilombobrasil.com/wp-admin/admin.php?page=w3tc_general

WHY W3 Total Cache? I thought --wpfc would install fastcgi_cache instead of W3?


#4

Hello Ovidiu,

So apparently I’m required to give my name/email but where?
EasyEngine detected your name and email from the following commands git config user.name and git config user.email

Also, you can override this by adding your email address in /etc/easyengine/ee.conf file

Some of the “text” of ee is cryptic – not badly but could be fixed. Is there a place where we can contribute to translations?

We accept pull request on https://github.com/rtCamp/easyengine/pulls

WHY W3 Total Cache? I thought –wpfc would install fastcgi_cache instead of W3?

First --wpfc is used fastcgi cache but for object and database cache we used w3 total cache


#5

Thanks Mitesh,

you said:

EasyEngine detected your name and email from the following commands git config user.name and git config user.email

but you see, I setup a new VPS then found ee and followed the instructions so I don’t know anything about any got config user.name or whatever that is : https://rtcamp.com/easyengine/

Of course I can now go edit /etc/easyengine/ee.conf and change that but wasn’t the installation supposed to ask me those details? Otherwise that help text is misleading.

Regarding the caching, I found this: https://rtcamp.com/easyengine/

Standard WordPress Sites

ee site create example.com --wp # install wordpress without any page caching
ee site create example.com --w3tc # install wordpress with w3-total-cache plugin
ee site create example.com --wpsc # install wordpress with wp-super-cache plugin
ee site create example.com --wpfc # install wordpress + nginx fastcgi_cache

So when I use --wpfc I expect wp + nginx + fastcgi_cache as it says on your website, hence my confusion…


#6

this:

EasyEngine (ee) Don't Find IP Address in /etc/easyengine/ee.conf file

Does that now mean I can’t access the panel at all or that every IP is allowed to access?


#7
EasyEngine (ee) Don’t Find IP Address in /etc/easyengine/ee.conf file

EasyEngine used ip address found in /etc/easyengine/ee.conf file for the following purpose

  1. Debug Purpose - https://rtcamp.com/easyengine/docs/commands/debug/
  2. Whitelist IP Address - https://rtcamp.com/easyengine/docs/access-control/

#8