My Mautic version is: 4.4.6
My PHP version is:
My Database type and version is:
My problem is:
as from many years i am installing mautic on AWS by bitnami packet in aws marketplace
but today when i try to launch new instance and when i search mautic by bitnami it was not there
Is there any concern about this matter Bitnami refer to? " Mautic has been deprecated because it depends on the IMAP extension, which is not under active development."
Is there no development regarding IMAP extensions?
If this statement from Bitmani not is correct has anyone tried to communicate with Bitnami?
The Bitnami image seemed like a simple and clean install? Has anyone tried the other install images from AWS Marketing?
I’m looking into Mautic as an alternative to the main Marketing cloudservices for our clients.
I’m not that familiar with operating linux so running Mautic on AWS with the Bitnami image did seem like a good solution for many reasons.
Does anyone have any suggestions or can offer help to install and support Mautic on AWS? I’m open for collaboration.
Here is more about Bitnami Lamp
Step.2:Download the latest stable version Mautic by executing the following command on your server.
Unzip it to /opt/bitnami/mautic/ directory.
sudo mkdir -p mautic
sudo unzip 4.4.7-update.zip -d mautic
Step 3. Then make the web server user (daemon) as the owner of this directory.
Step 4. Create a MariaDB Database and User for Mautic
Bitnami Create a new MariaDB database and user is here:
a.Log in to MariaDB console.
mysql -u root -p
(password for root is here: /home/bitnami/bitnami_credentials)
b. Create new database bitnami_mautic and user bn_mautic
CREATE DATABASE bitnami_mautic DEFAULT CHARACTER SET utf8 COLLATE utf8_unicode_ci;
grant all privileges on bitnami_mautic.* TO 'bn_mautic'@'%' identified by 'PASSWORD';
c. Flush privileges table and exit MariaDB console.
d. V php.ini (/opt/bitnami/php/etc) I recommend setting:
Step 5: Create Apache Virtual Host for Mautic
They are already created in Bitnami LAMP, you only need to modify them according to your own server. /opt/bitnami/apache/conf/vhosts
rename to mautic-https-vhost.conf
rename to mautic-vhost.conf
Step 6: Finish Mautic Installation in Web Browser
Follow the instructions here: https://docs.mautic.org/en/setup/how-to-install-mautic/install-mautic-from-package