How to Install Cloudron on Linode with LanaLux | Self Host a Marketplace of Open Source Apps
Cloudron is a platform that makes it easy to install, manage and secure web apps on a server. In this video, LanaLux will show you how to get a Cloudron server up and running so you can install multiple apps on your server.
0:00 – Intro
1:02 – Getting Started
1:31 – Deploying the One-Click App
3:44 – Connection Warning
4:20 – Attaching a Domain
6:14 – Creating an API Token
7:20 – Success
7:50 – Outro
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