Nginx – How to build a Debian package with Google PageSpeed module

Nginx is a high speed web server. Google Pagespeed is an Nginx add on for speeding up web pages at the web server level. This can include minifying javascript, deferring scripts, combining stylesheets and javascript, etc.Photo by xmodulo…

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Docker – How to easily build and publish an image

First we need a Dockerfile which we want to build. Creating a Dockerfile will not be covered in this post. This post details how to build and publish/push an existing Dockerfile.Photo by maijou2501 First we need to make…

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PHP – How to create a simple Debian/Ubuntu package for PHP

WARNING: This is probably not the right way to create a package for PHP. Do not use this in production for anything. This is just a test / intro into my package building capabilities! If you or anyone…

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Nginx – Lets compile Nginx 1.17.4 on Centos 8!

Centos 8 just got released. There’s no packages that I can find for Nginx 1.17.4, although I didn’t look very hard, its a great excuse to compile something!Photo by appleboy46 1. Lets start off by yum installing dev…

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PHP – How to get SSL certificate info from a remote server/port

This guide shows how to retrieve SSL certificate information from a remote service / port using PHP. Photo by tacker This method uses streams and can be used on most ports/services, it is NOT restricted to web SSL’s…

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Ubuntu – Graylog 3.x How to compile from source

This guide shows how to compile Graylog 3 from source on Ubuntu 18.04.Photo by jamalfanaian Before following this guide, you need to have setup an SSH key and added this to your Github account.  If you are unsure…

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How to run Gotify as a systemd service.

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vi /etc/systemd/system/gotify.service systemctl daemon-reload systemctl start gotify Simple as that! Check Gotify is running with the systemctl status gotify command, and if all is well, start Gotify at boot with systemctl enable gotify

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Get out of my swa(m)p!

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One of my servers recently had been using a lot of swap space, more than usual. This got me curious as to what could be using that swap space. Important note: I had not noticed any slow down…

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WSCM Update!

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Webstack config manager now supports Arch Linux! To get started and read more about WSCM please see the readme on Github.

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Installing a DEB package in Ubuntu

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Happy new year! Although installing a DEB may seem like a trivial task, I have recently changed how I install DEB packages in Ubuntu and wanted to share this. The first option, DPKG. Using DPKG it is as…

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