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How to go about moving my webserver data onto a (tmpfs) RAM disk? (experiment)

How to go about moving my webserver data onto a (tmpfs) RAM disk? (experiment) For How to go about moving my webserver data onto a (tmpfs) RAM disk? (experiment), I formulated some ideas, notes, and stuff around. Need to hear if my whole idea is sound and solid, and that such experiment is doable. Automate …

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I Uninstall my apach2 from ubuntu now I am unable to reinstall it

I uninstalled my apache2 from Ubuntu, now I am unable to reinstall it I Uninstall my apach2 from Ubuntu because it looks not working now I tried to install it again with the command sudo apt install apache2 and I can see the below errors E: Failed to fetch http://mirrors.cloud.aliyuncs.com/ubuntu/pool/main/a/apr/libapr1_1.7.0-8ubuntu0.22.04.1_amd64.deb Could not resolve ‘mirrors.cloud.aliyuncs.com’ E: …

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Can't access the site with non-browser clients, but works with the web browser

Can't access the site with non-browser clients, but works with the web browser I can navigate to a web site using a web browser. But trying a GET request with curl hangs. For example, the command curl -vL my_url gets stuck with the following log: * Host $url:443 was resolved. * IPv6: *** * IPv4: …

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Ubuntu Apache2 Basic Authentication Issue

Ubuntu Apache2 Basic Authentication Issue I have an issue with an internal networking utility server that I am building, specifically around Basic Authentication. Now I have managed to get it to work with the following configuration:- root@P-UIDMON-02:/# /usr/local/scripts/LinuxVersion.sh ### Linux Standard Base Information No LSB modules are available. Distributor ID: Ubuntu Description: Ubuntu 23.04 Release: …

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Why am I seeing Apache2 Default Page while using nginx

Why am I seeing Apache2 Default Page while using nginx This is my first time setting up virtual server with Ubuntu and I have some questions regarding Apache2. When I turn the virtual server on, it was started with lightppd. Since (I thought) I’m more familiar with Apache setups in my past with XAMPP interface, …

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Big Blue Button installation error: "Challenge failed for domain", thereafter "500 Internal Server Error — nginx"

Big Blue Button installation error: "Challenge failed for domain", thereafter "500 Internal Server Error — nginx" Context: I wanted to install Big Blue Button on a Ubuntu virtual machine via SSH; I followed correctly the official tutorial up to the "Install" section; I entered the following command on the terminal: wget -qO- https://raw.githubusercontent.com/bigbluebutton/bbb-install/v2.7.x-release/bbb-install.sh | bash …

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Manage the dotnet process; detach, reattach and view output

Manage the dotnet process; detach, reattach and view output On my Ubuntu Server I run the command dotnet myapplication.dll to start an application. It subsequently displays a steady stream of output logging to the screen. I would like to be able to perform this action, disconnect from the process, perform some other tasks, and then …

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CentOS 7 with Apache 2.4 not serving content after change of root web directory

CentOS 7 with Apache 2.4 not serving content after change of root web directory I’m trying to change an apache web service’s root web directory /var/www/html to my custom directory /mnt/webfiles. However, after configuring the /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf parameters and restarting httpd, my test directory/files still cannot be browsed from webpage. Here’s the environment: OS: CentOS 7.9.2009 …

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How can I run Doccano as the root user without knowing my root password on EC2?

How can I run Doccano as the root user without knowing my root password on EC2? I use Doccano on an AWS EC2 instance running Ubuntu 22.04. To run Doccano, I use doccano webserver –port 8000. But now I’d like to have Doccano serve its webpages on port 80. Therefore, I have to run Doccano as root. …

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NGINX: Everyday server stops working at same time

NGINX: Everyday server stops working at same time I’ve got an NGINX server on a Debian OS(10) that is hosting a webpage. Every day at a specific time the server stops working for around 1-2minutes. This happens every day from 19.11 until 22.11(11 minutes every full hour). I’ve checked the logs and can’t find anything. …

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Web server on Ubuntu core 22

Web server on Ubuntu core 22 I started development for ubuntu core. I want to host my php web app on the ubuntu core. The problem is that it is snap based OS an I can’t install apache2 and other packages what i need to host my webpage. Can you offer a snap to host …

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Application server socket won't open in docker on my machine

Application server socket won't open in docker on my machine Introduction I am developing a proprietary application that uses libevent with libevhtp to create a server socket for http communication. I wrote a Dockerfile to place this application in a docker image. The resulting docker image, that starts the application per default, runs fine on …

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How to access/view local web server via public IP?

How to access/view local web server via public IP? Good day everyone. I’m running an Ubuntu desktop 22.04. I’m new to linux world for about a month or so. I already configure my router for port forwarding. When I was developing this web app in windows, I got no problem with accessing it via public …

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Install mutillidae and DVWA on the same machine?

Install mutillidae and DVWA on the same machine? I am using Ubuntu 22.04.1 LTS, I installed mutillidae and it worked perfectly, but now I wanted to install DVWA and it also worked, but when I entered mutillidae again I got this error: " The database server at 127.0.0.1 appears to be offline. " I tried …

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Is it necessary to activate automatic reboot for unattended upgrade on a webserver?

Is it necessary to activate automatic reboot for unattended upgrade on a webserver? I’m running a Ubuntu 22.04.1 LTS web server. My apps run with docker. Is it necessary to activate automatic reboot for unattended upgrade on a web server by setting Unattended-Upgrade::Automatic-Reboot to true in /etc/apt/apt.conf.d/50unattended-upgrades? If I don’t activate automatic reboot, the upgrades …

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