Joomla! powered by Bitnami (PV)
This image is for customers that require legacy paravirtualization support (PV). New deployments should use the "Joomla! powered by Bitnami" image at https://aws.amazon.com/marketplace/pp/B00NNZUP54 . Bitnami Joomla! is a pre-configured, ready to run image for running Joomla! on Amazon EC2. Joomla! is an award-winning content management system that can be used to build personal/corporate websites or portals, small... Read more
3.6.5-1 on Ubuntu 14.04.3 (Other available versions)
- 3.6.3-0-r27 on Ubuntu 14.04.3
- 3.6.5-0 on Ubuntu 14.04.3
Linux/Unix, Ubuntu 14.04.3
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- User Management: Joomla! has a registration system that allows users to configure personal options. Authentication is an important part of user management and Joomla support multiple protocols, including LDAP, OpenID, and even Gmail
- Language Manager: Joomla! supports many different languages and the ability to use different languages for the website and the administration panel
- Banner Management: The Banner Manager makes it easy to set up and manage banners on your site, including setting impression numbers, special URLs and more
This image is for customers that require legacy paravirtualization support (PV). New deployments should use the "Joomla! powered by Bitnami" image at https://aws.amazon.com/marketplace/pp/B00NNZUP54 . Bitnami Joomla! is a pre-configured, ready to run image for running Joomla! on Amazon EC2. Joomla! is an award-winning content management system that can be used to build personal/corporate websites or portals, small business websites, non-profit and organizational websites.
- Version: 3.6.5-1 on Ubuntu 14.04.3
- Available on AWS Marketplace Since: 03/09/2012
Once the instance is running, enter the public DNS provided by Amazon into your browser. You will then see the Joomla! application. You can go to '/administrator' from your browser to access the application administration panel. The default server administrator is 'user'. Please check our documentation at https://docs.bitnami.com/aws/faq/#how-to-find-application-credentials to learn how to get your password. You may change this username and password within the application settings. You can also access your instance via SSH using the username 'bitnami' and your Amazon private key. For additional setup instructions and frequently asked questions please go to https://docs.bitnami.com/aws/apps/joomla/
Joomla! powered by Bitnami (PV)
Bitnami also provides technical documentation for installation and setup issues through our support center at https://bitnami.com/support/aws
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