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# These instructions are based on an Ubuntu 20.04 server.

# If you have not yet found a suitable hosting provider to host this status page, we can recommend Hetzner Online GmbH (opens new window)

# Introduction


A server with Ubuntu-20.04 or newer is preinstalled for this.

The default credentials of the software

# Step 1 - Update & Upgrade

The very first thing we do is update the package lists and packages on the server so that we are up to date.

apt update && apt upgrade -y

# Step 2 - Install Dependencies

Now we install the necessary dependencies for the software, including Php, Nginx & Supervisor

apt -y install php7.4 php7.4-{cli,gd,mysql,pdo,mbstring,tokenizer,bcmath,xml,fpm,curl,zip} wget unzip nginx supervisor curl redis-server

# Step 2.1 - Install Composer

Now we install the Package-Manager Composer, which allows the software to obtain more of its necessary packages

curl -sS https://getcomposer.org/installer | sudo php -- --install-dir=/usr/local/bin --filename=composer

# Step 3 - Create Source Folder

We will now create a folder where the software will eventually reside

mkdir -p /var/www/livck

# Step 3.1 - Download files from LIVCK

You can find your license on the LIVCK (opens new window) page under your profile, copy it and paste it in the URL (Replace it with REPLACE)

Before you can start the download, you have to enter the IP of the server into the IP Whitelist (opens new window) of LIVCK. You can find the IP in the HCloud panel, but it is enough to whitelist the IPv4.

cd /var/www/livck && wget -4 https://livck.com/dl/self-hosted/REPLACE -O livck.zip

# Step 3.2 - Unpacking LIVCK files

unzip livck.zip

# Step 3.3 - Move LIVCK files to correct folder

mv LIVCK-self-hosted-*/* . && cp LIVCK-self-hosted-*/.env.example .env

# Step 3.4 - Delete unless files

rm LIVCK-self-hosted-* -R && rm livck.zip

# Step 3.5 - Configure Application

For LIVCK a database like MySQL is needed, for this you can already find a tutorial here (opens new window).

Create a database and a user (or use the root), which we can specify in the application

nano .env

You will now see this in the editor similar to the one shown below, there you can customize the name (APP_NAME) & under DB_DATABASE will be the database name you created as well as user and a password. Finally you only have to set your license key under LICENSE_KEY and the configuration would be done.




# Step 4 - Install LIVCK

Now we install the required packages for the software.

composer install --no-dev --optimize-autoloader --ignore-platform-reqs && chmod -R gu+w storage/ && chmod -R guo+w storage/ && chmod -R gu+w bootstrap/cache/ && chmod -R guo+w bootstrap/cache/

# Step 4.1 - Configure Supervisor

Now we configure the queue with supervisor.

nano /etc/supervisor/conf.d/livck.conf

Add the following content to the file and save it

command=php /var/www/livck/artisan queue:work --queue=default,newsletter --timeout=60 --tries=255

Now restart the supervisor service

service supervisor restart

# Step 4.2 - Configure Crontab

Now we run the software backend on crontab.

{ crontab -l; echo "* * * * * php /var/www/livck/artisan schedule:run >/dev/null 2>&1"; } | crontab -

The return of the command is no crontab for root and is good!

# Step 4.3 - Configure Nginx

Now we configure nginx (webserver).

nano /etc/nginx/sites-enabled/livck

Edit the content you see below, there replace DOMAIN-NAME to your domain and save it

If your domain is not yet connected to the server, we would recommend you to set an A record in your DNS.

Name: status (or one of your choice) Target: Your Server IP

server {
    root /var/www/livck/public;

    index index.php;
    server_name DOMAIN-NAME;

    location / {
        try_files $uri $uri/ /index.php?$query_string;

    location ~ \.php$ {
        fastcgi_pass unix:/run/php/php7.4-fpm.sock;
        include snippets/fastcgi-php.conf;
        fastcgi_param SCRIPT_FILENAME $document_root$fastcgi_script_name;

    location ~ /\.ht {
        deny all;

    listen 80;

Now restart the nginx service

service nginx restart

# Step 4.4 - Configure SSL

Now we configure the ssl of the statuspage.

apt install certbot python3-certbot-nginx -y

Replace the status.your-domain.de and [email protected] to yours

certbot --nginx --agree-tos -m [email protected] --domain status.your-domain.de

Please choose whether or not to redirect HTTP traffic to HTTPS, removing HTTP access - To Secure your traffic, choose number 2!

# Step 4.5 - Application Key

Now we can generate the app key

php artisan key:generate --force

# Step 4.6 - Migrate Database

Now we can migrate all tables

php artisan migrate:fresh --seed --force

# Step 4.7 - Storage Availability

Now we can publish the storage

php artisan storage:link