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Getting to know AWS -- it's interesting. Running 16.04 xenial on AWS and looking to install dolibarr. On 17.10, where I have a GUI, dolibarr installs fine.

Few questions about running web servers/apps on AWS. (AFAIK apache web server is used to serve pages.)

The install process, at least on Ubuntu 17.10, involves navigating to localhost/dolibarr to complete the configuration. How would this be accomplished? Navigate to the Elastic IP (EIP) as xxx.xxx.xxx/dolibarr? That seems unlikely and not a very secure way to configure.

Perhaps use lynx from the CLI to navigate to localhost/dolibarr?

Once configured, just browse to the EIP from any outside client?

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lynx kinda sorta worked for configuring dolibarr on aws. I got a login page at the end of the day. However, I don't recall being prompted for some details, like the administrator login. Unfortunately, it hung and displayed SQL -- I think a command to create a table. Eventually I just opened a new ssh connection and used lynx to navigate, again, to localhost/dolibarr where I was prompted to login. Success?

see also:

locked out of LAMP application (dolibarr) -- reset credentials from database?

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Probably the best (and probably simplest) solution is to start an ssh port forwarding tunnel, listening on 127.0.0.1:80 of your client machine, but forwarding the http requests to 127.0.0.1:80 on your server machine. On this way, you will be able to access the 127.0.0.1:80 on the server machine by connecting 127.0.0.1:80 on your client (i.e. from any browser).

As you can see in the link, the command is

ssh -L 80:127.0.0.1:80 your.remote.machine.com

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