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May 25, 2021 ⋅ 9 min read

How to set up your own PaaS with CapRover

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2 Replies to "How to set up your own PaaS with CapRover"

  1. Thank you for this great tutorial. I am having some issues after installing caprover on Azure VM. I think it’s something with SSH, after ufw step. It’s not working for me.

  2. This is great tutorial. @viki, if you are having problem with port not listening to 3000, then check your Azure vm network inbound rule. I had the same issue before. For Azure you have to add rule from their Networking section.

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