Why, because I love the new web and honestly I hate Wordpress. Well, we can talk about that later, but the important point is that I had to do some good amount of groundwork. This blog is not to explain the peculiarities of the migration, but more of the work spent on setting up Ghost and using Apache as a reverse proxy, a forward proxy, an SSL tunnel to be used with Ghost. Ghost comes with the essential setup documentation to be used with NGINX, but it lacks some of the features of forward proxying that I needed for the setup.
This is a great way to secure your data on OwnCloud. This brief tutorial shows students and new users steps to install and configure OwnCloud on Ubuntu To get started with installing OwnCloud, follow the steps below: Install Apache2 OwnCloud requires a webserver to function and the most popular webserver in use today is Apache2.
So, go and install Apache2 on Ubuntu by running the commands below: To install it run the commands below. Enter current password for root enter for none: Y Re-enter new password: Repeat password Remove anonymous users?
Y Disallow root login remotely? Y Remove test database and access to it? Y Reload privilege tables now? Y Restart MariaDB server sudo systemctl restart mysql.
Run the commands below to add the below third party repository to upgrade to PHP 7. First run the commands below to create OwnCloud database.
Run the commands below to logon to the database server. When prompted for a password, type the root password you created above. After downloading, run the commands below to extract the download file into Apache2 root directory.
This file will control how users access OwnCloud content. Run the commands below to create a new configuration file called owncloud. Replace the highlighted line with your own domain name and directory root location.
Enable the OwnCloud and Rewrite Module After configuring the VirtualHost above, enable it by running the commands below sudo a2ensite owncloud. Restart Apache2 To load all the settings above, restart Apache2 by running the commands below. Please read the Terms of Service at https: You must agree in order to register with the ACME server at https: No redirect - Make no further changes to the webserver configuration.I have tried all given ways to install orangescrum on Linux (Centos 7 / Ubuntu / Ubuntu ) but still facing issue on the sign up page.
CSS / Images do not load, and after putting the information of company name email and password the page doesnt redirect anywhere. sudo a2enmod rewrite.
sudo a2enmod headers. Don't forget to enable mod_headers and mod_expires, you can do so by running a2enmod rewrite and a2enmod headers commands – Tamik Soziev May 4 '15 at Why did you include double-slash in the regexes (\\. )?
Apache + Mongrel + Rails Show; THIS PAGE IS OLD AND NO LONGER RELEVANT 1 Apache 2 Mongrel # a2enmod rewrite # a2enmod proxy # a2enmod proxy_http # a2enmod proxy_balancer # a2enmod ssl # a2enmod headers.
a2enmod headers a2enmod env a2enmod dir a2enmod mime. If you’re running mod_fcgi instead of the standard mod_php also enable: mod_env and mod_rewrite must be installed on your webserver and urbanagricultureinitiative.comss must be writable by the HTTP user.
Then you can set in the urbanagricultureinitiative.com two variables. Any preferred server can be used as a proxy server between the device and the WSO2 IoT server. The steps documented below is only an example of configuring the . sudo a2enmod headers.
service apache2 restart #LoadModule rewrite_module modules/urbanagricultureinitiative.com change it to. LoadModule rewrite_module modules/urbanagricultureinitiative.com service httpd restart.
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