Hello, my friends. I have a problem and please help me. When I type sudo cat /etc/nginx/sites-enabled/default I get an error like this: cat: /etc/nginx/sites-enabled/default: No such file or directory How can I resolve this problem? Please help me.
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In addition to what @alexdo mentioned, I could also suggest checking the content of the
/etc/nginx/sites-enabled/as your config file might have a different name depending on your setup:
Then you will see a list of files there and you can use the
catcommand to see the content of the specific file:
Have you recently configured the LEMP stack droplet? The following is usually a symlink
Note: If you ever need to restore the default configuration, you can do so by recreating the symbolic link, like this:
You can check our existing tutorial on how to configure the LEMP stack here:
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