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Hello good afternoon
I will install ChurchCRM in my church in Brazil.
I have little experience with WEB tools
I would like to see some suggestions:
1) Is DigitalOcean Server recommended?
2) Can I install from Docker Image and get all these updates?
Or do I have to install manually to get updates?
@diogomenezes22 - we don’t really recommend one hosting provider over another as there are too many variables between providers and user’s needs to do that. Provided the hosting provider can support Apache web server with the required PHP version and modules needed to run ChurchCRM, the rest comes down to cost and performance.
As for installation, the Docker image isn’t something we officially support but it does have a number of active contributors from the community. Generally, we recommend installing from the latest release in your hosting environment. There’s some documentation on what you need to do here https://github.com/ChurchCRM/CRM/wiki/Installation . Also, have a look at the FAQ as it will often help make the installation and initial setup process a lot easier: https://github.com/ChurchCRM/CRM/wiki/FAQs