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How can I set up Dittofi to run on my own private server?
Dittofi generates real computer code that you can export from the platform at any time. This means that we are often asked, how can I set up my own private infrastructure to host my app.
In this article we explain one way that you can do this. It is worth noting, that this is just one way that you can set up a Dittofi app.
PLEASE NOTE
Dittofi does not make any recommendations about how to set up your own hosting infrastructure since the method of set up will depend on the clients choice of infrastructure, availability requirements, data protection requirements and so on.
If you do choose to set up your own hosting model to run the code generated by Dittofi, then we suggest that you have proper DevOps training, experience and capacity to support and maintain your own hosting.
To discuss Dittofi hosting options, please contact [email protected]

Step 1: Install go

Download go version 1.15.2
curl -O https://dl.google.com/go/go1.15.2.linux-amd64.tar.gz
If you already installed go then remove the old version sudo rm -R /usr/local/go
Open the downloaded version tar -xvf go1.15.2.linux-amd64.tar.gz
Move the downloaded go file to /usr/local/go sudo mv go /usr/local Go to root cd ~
Make go/src directories mkdir go cd go mkdir src
Upload backend into go/src

Step 2 - Build go

Go to go/src/backend
Type go build ./backend

Step 3 - Install postgresql

sudo apt update sudo apt install postgresql postgresql-contrib sudo systemctl start postgresql.service

Step 4 - Configure postgresql

Create database dittofi;
Create user dittofi with encrypted password 'dittofi';
Grant all privileges on database dittofi to dittofi;

Step 5 - Install redis

sudo apt install redis

Step 6 - Install nginx

Step 7 - Build Frontend

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Step 1: Install go
Step 2 - Build go
Step 3 - Install postgresql
Step 4 - Configure postgresql
Step 5 - Install redis
Step 6 - Install nginx
Step 7 - Build Frontend