I'll assume that the stack is installed at the default location of- if not, change your paths accordingly.
Open a command prompt inside your meteor project, and build your meteor application into the Bitnami stack folder:
This will create afolder in the root of your stack's folder, with a folder inside it containing all of the built application code. Using the options saves us from having to uncompress the bundle.
Start a command prompt in the stack's environment by using thefile, then log into mongo with your admin credentials and create a new database for the meteor app to use, plus a new user with administration rights for this database:
Open thefile and add these lines at the bottom of the file to correctly set the required meteor environment variables alongside the rest of the stack:
Whereis the name of the database we created in the previous step and , are the username and password of the user we created and assigned as admin for the database.
Open thefile (or start the stack manager tool, and under "Manage Servers" click "Configure" after selecting "Apache Web Server" and then click "Open Conf File"), and uncomment the following line to enable proxy functionality:
Afterwards, create afolder inside the folder on your stack's root and create a new file inside it with this content:
Open thefile and add this line to it:
This will add thefile we created beforehand to the Apache configuration, setting up a reverse proxy for the port , which is where our meteor application is started.
Create a batch script atwhich will start the meteor application:
Finally, create a batch file in the root folder of the stack which will set up the stack's environment, and then call the script above (very similar to whatdoes):