Use this service to get Flarum forum software installed on your unmanaged/managed VPS, AWS EC2 instance or shared hosting with free SSL and Security.
Flarum is a next-generation forum software. It’s open source and looks nice on both mobile and desktop devices. It is a self-hosted PHP software. If you’re looking for a modern, simple and free forum software for your business, Flarum is one of the best out there. You can use this service to hire a freelancer to install Flarum on your VPS, AWS EC2 instance or Google Cloud VM instance.
Looking for a Freelancer to Flarum?
You’re at the right place. You can get Flarum installed by an experienced sysadmin using this service. I’ll configure your VPS to host Flarum with SSL.
I’ll be following officially installation guidelines and building your VPS, AWS or Google Cloud server according to Flarum requirements.
My fees to install Flarum
The base price displayed above is for installing Flarum on shared hosting. Officially, Flarum does not support shared hosting yet. But I’ll be able to install Flarum on some shared hosting providers. Anyways you should contact me before placing an order for shared hosting to see if your hosting provider supports Flarum.
You should select an appropriate option under Hosting Platform if you’re using anything other than shared hosting. And if you’re debating about picking a hosting solution for your Flarum forum, definitely use VPS hosting. Here are my recommended VPS Providers.
What will you get?
My Virtualmin and Nginx configuration is the foundation to a super-fast Flarum installation. I guarantee you will beat any Flarum instance hosted on an Apache web-server in terms of speed with this configuration. I will be building your server with,
- Virtualmin v6.03 GPL Hosting Control Panel
- Webmin v1.892 System Administration Interface
- Nginx v1.16 as webserver
- PHP v7.3
- MariaDB v10.0.36
- Fail2Ban v0.9.3
- Uncomplicated Firewall v0.35
- Composer v1.6.5
Virtualmin has similar functionality as cPanel. It’s feature rich and fully capable of managing a Flarum hosted server. Most importantly it’s free. And it gives you options to host multiple websites and domains on your server along with Elgg.
SSL (https) Configuration for Flarum
SSL (https) will be enabled for your Flarum for FREE!, for LIFE! that’s right FREE for LIFE! This is only available for VPS, AWS EC2 and Google Cloud customers, and isn’t available for Shared Hosting customers.
I’ll install Let’s Encrypt SSL certificate for your Flarum domain and setup auto-renew so you won’t have to worry about it ever.
Basic VPS Security for Flarum
Your Flarum hosted VPS or EC2 instance will be secure against hacking and unauthorized login attempts. I’ll configure UFW and Fail2Ban to secure your VPS.
So what are you waiting for? Hire the best freelancer to install Flarum for you!!
Feel free to ask questions about this service on support forum.
Flarum is a self-hosted forum software. It needs hosting space. Which means you need to give me a domain name and hosting account to install it. Following are the information you need to provide me after ordering this service.
For Shared Hosting –
I don’t recommend using shared hosting for Flarum. It is not officially supported and can become quite unreliable. I suggest reading Self-managed VPS providers and getting a VPS for $10 per month.
If you’re planning to install Flarum on your shared hosting account, I might be able to do it. But please check in with me before ordering. If I agree to install Flarum on your shared hosting account, I’ll need following information from you.
For VPS –
If you decide to go with VPS you need to select VPS (DigitalOcean, Linode, etc) under Hosting Platform. In this case I’ll need access to your VPS. You can get a VPS from Self-managed VPS providers list. Make sure to create a server with Ubuntu 16.04. Or you can just give me access to your VPS provider so I can take care of it. Following are the order requirements if you’re installing Flarum on a VPS.
For AWS EC2 –
If you want to install Flarum on a AWS EC2 instance, you need to select Amazon Web Services EC2 under Hosting Platform. AWS EC2 instances are basically VPS, but has more management features and more expensive. Following are information I need to install Flarum on your AWS account. Preferred way of access to your AWS account is through AWS IAM.
For Google Cloud –
If you’re planning to use Google Compute Engine for Flarum, you need to select Google Cloud Platform VM under Hosting Platform. Compute Engine VM instances are basically VPS, but has more management features and more expensive. Following are information I need to install CPVLab Pro on your Google Cloud account. Preferred way of access to your Google Cloud account is through Google Cloud IAM.
Advanced VPS Security extra doesn’t need additional information.
These are the access information I need to process your order. You can change passwords to temporary passwords and give me access.
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