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How to enable gzip compression in nginx server on Linux or Unix system

{Updated} I am a new Linux system admin and how can I enable gzip compression on nginx web server for JS/CSS/HTML files? How can I enable gzip/deflate in Nginx on Ubuntu Linux server? How do I configure gzip compression with NGINX web server on FreeBSD Unix server?The post How to enable gzip compression in nginx server on Linux or Unix system appeared...

How to push/send message to iOS and Android from Linux CLI

One of the essential tasks for developers and sysadmin is to get an alert notification about failed services or running out of disk space and other critical failures. Let us see how to send or push a direct message to a mobile device powered by Apple iOS or Google Android phone. The post How to push/send message to iOS and Android from Linux CLI appeared...

How to secure Nginx with Let’s Encrypt on OpenSUSE 15.1/15.2

Let's Encrypt is a free, automated, and open certificate authority for your website, email server, database server and more. This page shows how to use Let's Encrypt to install certificate for Nginx web server get SSL labs A+ score on an OpenSUSE Linux version 15.1 or 15.2 The post How to secure Nginx with Let’s Encrypt on OpenSUSE 15.1/15.2 appeared...

OpenSUSE install lsof package to get rid of ‘zypper ps’ errors

I run the following command but getting error: $ zypper ps     Check failed:     Please install package 'lsof' first. How do I fix this error? How can I use the 'zypper ps' command on SELS/OpenSUSE 15.1/15.2 to find out if system reboot requires or not? The post OpenSUSE install lsof package to get rid of ‘zypper ps’ errors appeared first on nixCraft.

Curl Shell Script To Purge Cache From Stackpath CDN

A content delivery network or content distribution network (CDN) is a system of servers containing copies of data, placed at various points in a network so as to maximize bandwidth for access to the data from clients throughout the network. Please note that the following script will only work with Stackpath CDN. You need to get API access keys using...

How to secure Lighttpd with Let’s Encrypt TLS/SSL certificate on Debian/Ubuntu

I read your Nginx and Let’s Encrypt free SSL certificate tutorial. However, I use Lighttpd web server on AWS cloud. How do I secure my Lighttpd web server with Let's Encrypt free SSL certificate on my Ubuntu Linux 16.04/18.04/20.04 LTS or Debian Linux 8.x/9.x/10.x server? How can I configure Lighttpd with Let's Encrypt free TLS/SSL certificate? The...

Apache with Let's Encrypt Certificates on CentOS 8

{Updated} I read that Let's Encrypt is a free, automated, and open certificate for web server and other usages. How do I secure Apache with Let's Encrypt Certificates on CentOS 8?The post Apache with Let's Encrypt Certificates on CentOS 8 appeared first on nixCraft.

How to upgrade OpenSUSE 15.1 to 15.2 using the CLI

The latest OpenSUSE version is 15.2 and is an opportunity for both desktop and server users on the previous 15.1 release to update OpenSUSE Linux to get the newest software stack. It is easy to follow the procedure to upgrade OpenSUSE 15.1 to 15.2. In this tutorial, we will explain how to upgrade OpenSUSE 15.1 to 15.2. The post How to upgrade OpenSUSE...

How to install vim on OpenSUSE/SUSE Linux using zypper

I need VIM text editor on my OpenSUSE cloud server, and it is missing. How do I install vim on OpenSUSE/SUSE Linux cloud server? The post How to install vim on OpenSUSE/SUSE Linux using zypper appeared first on nixCraft.

How to create MySQL user and grant permissions in AWS RDS

How do I create a new MySQL user and grant permissions in AWS RDS cloud service from the Linux command line? The post How to create MySQL user and grant permissions in AWS RDS appeared first on nixCraft.

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