TurnKey Typo3 Live CD
TurnKey Typo3 Live CD is an open source project that provides users with a stable and reliable Live Linux distribution based on the award winning Debian GNU/Linux operating and designed to be used as an appliance for effortlessly deploying the Typo3 CMS application on a dedicated server machine. Typo3 is an open source and enterprise-class Content Management System application.
Available for download as bootable 32 and 64-bit Live CDs
This TurnKey edition is distributed as two Live CD ISO images that contain the Webmin, MySQL, phpMyAdmin and SSH open source software packages. In addition to the ISO images, the project is distributed as ready-to-use virtual machines in the OpenVZ, OVF, Xen, OpenNode and OpenStack formats.
The ISOs can be written to USB flash drives or burned onto CD discs, and allow users to test the distribution without installing it, as well as to install it on a local disk drive.
Includes upstream Typo3 configurations
It includes upstream Typo3 configurations that are installed by default to /var/www/typo3, support for secure connections using the SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) technology, and the phpMyAdmin software for the administration of the MySQL database server.
In addition, it comes with the Postfix MTA (Mail Transfer Agent) for sending email messages, as well as various Webmin modules for configuring the PHP, Apache, MySQL and Postfix components.
Getting started with TurnKey Typo3 Live CD
While the default username for the Webmin, MySQL, SSH and phpMyAdmin applications is root, the default Typo3 username is admin. After the installation, which requires you to partition the disk and install the boot loader, you'll be able to set new passwords for these usernames.
During the fist boot configuration process, users can also initialize the TurnKey Backup, Domain Management, Dynamic DNS and Migration services. From the TurnKey Linux Configuration Console you can view the active Typo3 appliance services with IP addresses and ports, as well as to manage network interfaces, reboot and shutdown the server.