Set Up A Raspberry Pi As A Personal Web Server

Having your own web server for a landing page or portfolio can get expensive. Blogger Jeremy Morgan shows off how to set up a Raspberry Pi as a limited but cheap web server.

The Raspberry Pi can’t handle a lot of traffic, but it could work great as a private place to store your resume or personal landing page so you don’t have to pay monthly fees to a third-party company. The process itself is remarkably easy, and once you get the Raspian Wheezy image set up, you only need to run a couple lines of code to set up the server software. From there, you can build your own website and run your own very private little server or Dropbox clone. Head over to Morgan’s blog to see the full guide on how to do this yourself.

Tutorial: How to Set Up a Raspberry Pi Web Server [Jeremy Morgan]

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