Laragon 5.0 released! - "Quick Linux server"

  • administrators
    | 131219 points

    It has been almost 2 years since the last update of Laragon. However, the core of Laragon is so powerful and stable that you can control/update everything yourself.

    Today, I am happy to announce the release of Laragon 5.0. This release added "Quick Linux server" feature in Menu > Quick Linux server

    If you need to upgrade, please check:

    Quick Linux server:

    7 years ago I created Laragon as a modern development environment for Windows. Now, from Laragon 5, I will help you with Linux. I build Laragon for Windows but actually Linux is in my DNA as I architect and scale complex distributed microservices system with many production Kubernetes clusters distributed across the globe with 20+ Data Centers, 10,000+ containers, thousands of databases, ~100 microservices composed by different stacks (PHP, Java, Ruby, Node.js, Golang, Python) and various technologies for large scale and enterprise system (Kafka, Solr, ClickHouse,...)

    This release of Laragon includes a tool calls bitmana which helps you create Linux servers extremely fast with very low cost (you can have a VPS with just $1/month and scale it effortlessly). It also helps us to operate our VPS servers easily with effortless control.
    You can try it free yourself. Let me show how cool it is:

    1. Register an accout at:
      It is quick, only provide YOUR-EMAIL

    2. Open Laragon's Terminal, and type:

    bitmana link YOUR-EMAIL

    Input your password and press Enter
    It will authenticate your system with

    1. Create a LAMP server:
    bitmana cs lamp

    lamp = LAMP stack. Just a few seconds, you have a server with Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP, composer

    Note your NODE_ID -> Id: xxxxx

    1. By default, your server is secure, to expose port 80, type:
    bitmana expose NODE_ID 80

    Note the exposed Url

    1. Browser the exposed Url, you'll see something like this:
    Welcome to Bitmana!
    If you see this page, the web server is successfully installed and working.

    It's cool, huh.
    Because your system is authenticated with, you can also ssh to the server with ease: bitmana ssh NODE_ID
    or run commands without accessing your server bitmana exec NODE_ID "service apache2 status; composer --version"
    or type bitmana info to list your servers.

    You can type: bitmana for more commands.

  • administrators
    | 131219 points

    Some images:

    1. Link your account:

    2. Create Linux server:

    3. Expose port 80:

    4. Check web server is working well:

  • administrators
    | 131219 points

    Run commands without accessing your server:

    bitmana exec 67887 "service apache2 status; composer --version"

    67887 is NODE_ID
    "service apache2 status; composer --version" -> 2 commands with are seperated by semicolon

  • administrators
    | 131219 points

    SSH to your server:

    bitmana ssh 67887

    67887 is NODE_ID

  • | 263 points

    Hi @leokhoa ,

    may I ask what's your relation to Bitmana? The service looks great, the interface created by is excellent.

    The support however is underwhelming and a lot of things are just not working. Before the trial period ended I topped up my account, the nodes were stopped anyway (that's a no-go!) and until today I still haven't heard anything from anyone and the servers are still stopped. My top-up balance is still floating somewhere (definitely not on my PayPal account anymore, but apparently not good enough to pay for the nodes). And although I wrote two tickets (one last week, the other yesterday) I haven't heard anything back.

  • administrators
    | 131219 points

    Hi @URehni : I helped creating the bitmana cli to make thing easier to developers. It is awesome so I hope it to be popular. It seems that your issues has been sorted.

  • | 263 points

    Hi @leokhoa,

    yes, the issue has been sorted. Thank you. It is an awesome service indeed, but for production environments the support has to get better an the teething problems have to be ironed out. We really would like to support you for all the good you did with Laragon. But at the current state, if we wanted to move our production webservices, CloudJiffy would probably be the better choice.

    Keep it up, it can be awesome!

  • | 2856 points

    It begs the question, is Laragon suited to a production environment? I understood it was a development stack.

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