I have a droplet up and running in Digital Ocean. I am using tomcat7, postgres, nginx and Java.
I created a safari extension for my website and now want to move it to the server, so that i can give a link to the location and people can download and install the extension.
This link - http://stackoverflow.com/questions/10956587/how-to-create-a-downloadable-public-link-for-files-on-server, provided some answers. I moved the extension to location /var/www/ as mentioned in the link.But,I have not installed Apache2.(I wanted to know if we can do it by the stuff that i already have on the server). If i try to access the files using - http://sitename/extensionname.safariextz, i get a 404 error.
My questions are
Appreciate any help, Thanks, Kavisha
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