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Does the server come with a web server already installed and running?
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Did you deployed a LAMP or LEMP on Ubuntu 14.04? That’s a ready-to-use web-server image!
Not that I know of. Is it possible that the deploy tool I used could have install NGinx running inside docker?
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Okay. Well I spun up a droplet, followed the instructions to point my domain name to it, then deployed a meteor app to that droplet (using mupx) and now I can see my meteor website at that domain name. How can I determine which web server is involved?
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I've looked around and seen some tutorials for reverse proxies and forward proxies but I don't think they quite fit the scenario. Basically I want to be able to go to
and from there be able to forward...
I am using Nginx as Reverse proxy and Apache is the HTTP server for my php application. I want to use all the request through HTTPS. please do advice how to setup this.
I want to force all the request through HTTPS
I've created a new droplet using this tutorial:
I've enabled mod_rewrite but it's...
My current setup consists of a server with Apache Traffic Server installed which takes in all requests and the sends off to another server based on the domain name.
I'm considering removing the Traffic Server and just having the appropriate...