The JumpBox for Wordpress Blogging System allows anyone to be up and running with the Wordpress blogging platform in under a minute. JumpBoxes require virtualization software to run. They are self-contained instances that can be moved across OS's and hosting environments, and because they work as a single unit, they're perfect for offline development.
|Tags||Internet Web Dynamic Content News/Diary|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: Wordpress has been updated to 2.6.2. Restoring from 1.0RC1 and newer JumpBox backups should work.
Release Notes: The JumpBox has been released to fix a vulnerability in PHP. Wordpress has been updated to 2.6. Restoring from 1.0RC1 and newer JumpBox backups should work.
Release Notes: This JumpBox is now running on the production release of the 1.1 platform and includes all the enhancements listed in this post: http://www.jumpbox.com/node/1092. Most notably, this includes built-in automated backups to Amazon S3, integrated Web stats for the application, the addition of a GUI-based SSL cert configuration tool, a GUI-based method for configuring an email relay, and an update of the underlying OS to Ubuntu Base 8.04 LTS.
Release Notes: Wordpress has been updated to 2.5.1. Restoring from 1.0RC1 and newer JumpBox backups should work.
Release Notes: Wordpress was updated to version 2.5.