Upgrading Sendy hosted in AWS ec2

This guide will help you upgrade your Sendy Installation on AWS ec2

You will need:
Filezilla
PuTTYgen
PuTTY
Access to your AWS EC2 dashboard
.pem file

Windows Users:

Convert your .pem file to .ppk file using PuTTYgen

Run PuTTY and login to your AWS ec2 instance

Mac Users:

Run Terminal.

Run the following command to login using your .pem file
sudo ‪ssh -i /Users/selvamraja/Desktop/sendy.pem

Change the path to where you have your .pem file

Run command

ec2-user@publicdns

You can get your public dns from your aws ec2 dashboard

Avoiding /var/www copy/write permission denied

To allow user ec2-user (Amazon AWS) write access to the public web directory (/var/www/html), enter the following command via Putty or Terminal, as the root user

sudo chown -R ec2-user /var/www/html

then make sure permissions on that entire folder were correct by running the following command:

chmod -R 755 /var/www/html

Read http://docs.aws.amazon.com/AWSEC2/latest/UserGuide/putty.html

Run Filezilla
Configure Filezilla to connect to AWS ec2 – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e9BDvg42-JI

Get latest version from Sendy and follow Instructions at – https://sendy.co/get-updated

Login to your sendy installation and check version information.

Happy Emailing!

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