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I was trying to find out what web server or other stacks are installed with gitea app but unable to find any web server related folder not sure either it install nginx or apache and where are the location of folders. Please help

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So I don’t have a lot of experience with Gitea, I used to use GitLab here years ago but don’t even see that as an option anymore. Anyways been looking for a more lightweight alternative anyways when I saw Gitea in the premade images for DigitalOcean.

So I’ve messed with the Gitea image and installing it from binary and get hung up on the same problem. How to attach a domain/subdomain to the gitea app/service… but no clue where to point apache for a dir. It looks like gitea is a package that runs a server loop as an app kinda like a java app listening to a port. So apache/nginx might be a matter of redirecting from port 80/443 to gitea’s 3000.

The closest thing I can find to altering the domain is in Gitea’s app.ini

sudo nano /var/lib/gitea/config/app.ini

Hello, @liquidia

You can check if any service is listening on port 80/443:

netstat -plunta | grep 80
netstat -plunta | grep 443

You can also run the command without the grep to see all the ports and services:

netstat -plunta

Let me know how it goes