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   - [[Setting up EC2|Setting up an Amazon EC2 instance]] - once that is complete you now have your own server, and you can securely connect to it using Putty (or directly via Linux/​macOS)   - [[Setting up EC2|Setting up an Amazon EC2 instance]] - once that is complete you now have your own server, and you can securely connect to it using Putty (or directly via Linux/​macOS)
-  - [[2019-03-17|Setting up your server with Apache and MySQL]] - the server doesn'​t have much software installed, just a basic terminal, these steps install Apache (the webserver) and MySQL (the database). ​ At this step we also downloaded Adminer (a GUI to manage the database, similar to PHPMyAdmin). +  - [[2019-03-17|Setting up your server with Apache and MySQL]] - the server doesn'​t have much software installed, just a basic terminal, these steps install Apache (the webserver) and MySQL (the database). ​ At this step we also downloaded Adminer (a GUI to manage the database, similar to PHPMyAdmin). Then we went through the Amazon AWS interface, and set up Security Groups for the webserver (HTTP) - this is basically Amazon'​s equivalent of a firewall, we had to open a port to allow access to our IP in a web browser
-  - Then we went through the Amazon AWS interface, and set up Security Groups for the webserver (HTTP) - this is basically Amazon'​s equivalent of a firewall, we had to open a port to allow access to our IP in a web browser+
   - [[Hello World|Writing your first hello world program]] - Now we started with our very first simple program.   - [[Hello World|Writing your first hello world program]] - Now we started with our very first simple program.
   - [[Editing files|Editing files remotely on the server]] - Then we looked at ways to connect directly to the server and edit files using Notepad++ (or by mounting a remote directory in Linux/​macOS)   - [[Editing files|Editing files remotely on the server]] - Then we looked at ways to connect directly to the server and edit files using Notepad++ (or by mounting a remote directory in Linux/​macOS)
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