Roman Berngruber's picture

I want to hose mutliple wordpress on one instance and not want to use the worpdpress mutisite feature.

Is there a "special" way than to do it manually?

Thank you for any help.

Jeremy Davis's picture

We did have that documented some time ago, but I don't think that our outdated docs are still relevant. So short answer is "no".

It's possibly worth noting that there are a number of different ways to configure a TurnKey WordPress appliance to host multiple WordPress instances. You can have completely independent WordPress instances (using Apache virtual hosts) or use the same WordPress codebase to serve separate sub-domain or sub-directory WordPress sites. You may have your own resources, but FWIW, I did a quick google and found an article which appears to be pretty useful.

I hope that helps. Please feel free to share any resources you come across which you found helpful and/or report back if you hit any issues.

Gita Risakti's picture

There seems no way to do that.

Jeremy Davis's picture

I'm not sure what you mean? What are you trying to do?

FWIW, WordPress multi-site is definitely possible. And hosting multiple WordPress sites (with completely separate code base) is relatively easy. To do the latter, just create a separate DB for each WordPress install, install WordPress as many times as you like, each instance to separate folder (e.g. /var/www/wordpress2). Then create a Apache virtualhost conf for each site (you can copy the default one and then just update the WordPress doc root path).

If you are having specific issues, please post more info on what you are trying to do and what error messages you are getting.

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