This wiki refers to LiteSpeed's Enterprise version only. If you experience any problems when running the install.sh script on LiteSpeed's Standard Edition, please click here. To install OpenLiteSpeed, please check open.litespeedtech.com where you can compile from source code or install from RPMs.
If you are using a control panel such as cPanel, DirectAdmin or Plesk, the corresponding LiteSpeed auto-installer/plugin/extension for each of these control panels is highly recommended and listed below.
Note: This section only provides instructions on how to install LiteSpeed Web Server. You will also need to install and configure PHP to make your applications (such as WordPress, Joomla, Drupal, Magento, etc) work. LiteSpeed comes with a very small PHP binary (lsphp5) with minimum configuration for testing purposes. You will likely have to customize PHP yourself to suit your needs. Please consult the PHP wiki section for installation/configuration.
|Introduction||What is LiteSpeed Web Server|
|Minimum system requirements||Minimum system requirements for LSWS|
|Required Licenses||Learn about required LSWS license options|
|Command Line Installation/Uninstallation||How to install/uninstall LiteSpeed from command line|
|RPM Install||How to install LSWS from our CentOS repositories|
|Standalone Apache Migration||How to convert your Apache installation without a control panel to LSWS|
|Installation Guide for CloudLinux||How to install LiteSpeed on CloudLinux|
|Setup Guide for AWS||How to setup LiteSpeed Web Server AMI on AWS|
|WordPress||How to install WordPress on LiteSpeed Web Server|
|Magento 1.9||How to install Magento 1.9 on LiteSpeed Web Server|
|Magento 2||How to install Magento 2 on LiteSpeed Web Server|
|Xenforo||How to install Xenforo on LiteSpeed Web Server|
|Drupal||How to install Drupal on LiteSpeed Web Server|
|Joomla||How to install Joomla on LiteSpeed Web Server|
|MediaWiki||How to install MediaWiki on LiteSpeed Web Server|
|DokuWiki||How to install DokuWiki on LiteSpeed Web Server|