Install a fully functional Mautic 3 on a Raspberry Pi

There are two kinds of projects, that make the geek heart beat faster: Install Doom on any device, and run any software on a Raspberry Pi.

I was shocked to find out that there is no proper instructions on the internet for installing Mautic on a Rapsberry Pi, so I figured, this outragous neglection has to be addressed as soon as possible.

If I plan to install Mautic, I have to make sure, fully functional.

  • Runs reasonably fast
  • All crons run nice and optimized
  • Email sending works, DKIM, SPF, Dmarc is set
  • Site tracking works on a WordPress blog
  • Mautic resolves on a DNS, even it’s hosted at home

And I will use a Raspberry Pi 2, since my 3 and 4 are not available, as they are busy serving my media consumption and retro gaming needs. But if I manage to make it work on a Raspberry Pi 2, it will be 4-12 times faster on newer boards.