Please see Supported Node versions for more info on all supported versions.
The Ghost documentation is very much a work in progress, it is updated and improved regularly. If you get stuck or have suggestions for improvements, let us know.
Running Ghost locally on your computer is straight forward, but requires that you install Node.js first.
What is Node.js?
I want to install Ghost on:
If you’ve already decided to deploy Ghost to your server or hosting account, that’s great news! The following documentation will walk you through various options for deploying Ghost, from manual setups, to one-click installers.
Ghost’s install guides are mostly aimed at those installing on an ubuntu VPS. If you’re looking for help with a specific platform, OS or host, for example Openshift, Azure, CentOS, Raspberry Pi or A Small Orange we recommend the tutorials from howtoinstallghost.com.
Remember that Ghost is brand new, and the team are working hard to deliver features at a furious pace. If you need to upgrade Ghost to the latest version, follow our upgrading documentation. If you get stuck, checkout the troubleshooting guide, or if that doesn’t help, please get in touch via Slack where the Ghost staff and community are on hand to help you with any problems.