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===Overview===
 
===Overview===
After using the WeBWorK 2.15 Ubuntu Server 20.04 LTS Amazon Machine Image, you will have a full fledged Ubuntu Server 20.04 LTS system with WeBWorK 2.15, Apache2, MySQL, R server, lighttpd, log rotation, etc. installed and configured.
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After setting up the WeBWorK 2.15 Ubuntu Server 20.04 LTS Amazon Machine Image, you will have a full fledged Ubuntu Server 20.04 LTS system with WeBWorK 2.15, Apache2, MySQL, R server, lighttpd, log rotation, etc. installed and configured.
   
 
It is imperative that you CHANGE THE PASSWORDS for the OS user <code>wwadmin</code> (who owns most WeBWorK files), for the MySQL user <code>webworkWrite</code> who has access to MySQL, for the WeBWorK user <code>admin</code> who has admin privileges and for the WeBWorK user <code>profa</code> who has professor privileges (see below). Finally you should set up SSL (https) access to WeBWorK if students will be using your server.
 
It is imperative that you CHANGE THE PASSWORDS for the OS user <code>wwadmin</code> (who owns most WeBWorK files), for the MySQL user <code>webworkWrite</code> who has access to MySQL, for the WeBWorK user <code>admin</code> who has admin privileges and for the WeBWorK user <code>profa</code> who has professor privileges (see below). Finally you should set up SSL (https) access to WeBWorK if students will be using your server.

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