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    WebHosting On Your Android


    撚Android Webhost tutorial:

    MyServer is your own localhost server. you can setup PHP, Apache and MySQL servers on your android devices or linux like Ubuntu etc. MyServer is Developed for android terminal like Termux or GNURoot Debian terminal. You can setup your localhost server and access from internet. you can host your website and test your website



    LET'S START:

    撚INSTALLISATION:

    Open  the termux app and type following commands.
    1) apt update
    2) apt install git
    3) git clone https://github.com/Rajkumrdusad/MyServer.git
    4) cd MyServer
    5) chmod +x install
    6) sh install if not work than type ./install


    撚SUPPORTS :

    > Apache2 server.
    > nginx server.
    > PHP server.
    > Python web server.
    > MySQL Database server.


    撚HOW TO RUN:

    1) myserver -s <hostname/ip> <localhost_port>
    2) <document_root_path> to start default
    localhost server.
    3) myserver -s -ng <hostname/ip> <localhost_port>
    4) <document_root_path> to start Nginx web server.
    5) myserver -s -php <hostname/ip> <localhost_php>
    6) <document_root_path> to start php localhost server.
    7) myserver -s -py <hostname/ip> <localhost_port>
    8) <document_root_path> to start python localhost server.
    9) myserver -h <domain_name> <localhost_port> <http_port/
    10) https_port> to access localhost server on internet.
    11) myserver -db [start/stop] to start/stop mysql database server.
    12) myserver -s apache to start apache web server.
    13) myserver update to update MyServer.
    14) myserver rm -t uninstall MyServer.
    myserver start start MyServer menu.
    myserver -s to start Server that was previously running.
    15) myserver -h to access from web that was previously accessed.


    Bye 

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