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  • Published Question

    When is FreeBSD 13.0 going to be a supported droplet at DigitalOcean?

    Dear all, I'm planning an upgrade of my droplets from FreeBSD 12 to 13, however I still don't see supported droplets for FreeBSD 13.0 at DigitalOcean as of November 15th 2021. Notice FreeBSD 13 was released back in A...
    2 By AlbertValbuena FreeBSD
  • Published Tutorial

    How To Configure Apache HTTP with MPM Event and PHP-FPM on Ubuntu 18.04

    In this tutorial you will improve the performance of the LAMP stack by changing the default multi-processing module from pre-fork to event and by using the PHP-FPM process manager to handle PHP code instead of the cla...
    By Albert Valbuena Ubuntu 18.04 Apache LAMP Stack
  • Published Tutorial

    Recommended Steps To Harden Apache HTTP on FreeBSD 12.0

    Although the default installation of an Apache HTTP server is already safe to use, its configuration can be substantially improved with a few modifications. In this tutorial you'll implement some recommended steps to ...
    By Albert Valbuena FreeBSD Apache Security
  • Published Tutorial

    How To Secure Apache with Let's Encrypt on FreeBSD 12.0

    In this tutorial, you will use Certbot to set up a TLS/SSL certificate from Let’s Encrypt on a FreeBSD 12.0 server running Apache as a web server. Additionally, you will automate the certificate renewal process using ...
    By Albert Valbuena FreeBSD Apache Let's Encrypt
  • Published Tutorial

    How To Configure Apache HTTP with MPM Event and PHP-FPM on FreeBSD 12.0

    The MPM Event module is a fast multi-processing module available on the Apache HTTP web server. PHP-FPM is the FastCGI Process Manager for PHP. The FastCGI protocol is based on the Common Gateway Interface (CGI), a pr...
    By Albert Valbuena Apache PHP FreeBSD
  • Published Tutorial

    How To Install an Apache, MySQL, and PHP (FAMP) Stack on FreeBSD 12.0

    A FAMP stack, which is similar to a LAMP stack on Linux, is a group of open source software that is typically installed together to enable a FreeBSD server to host dynamic websites and web apps. FAMP is an acronym tha...
    By Mitchell Anicas, Albert Valbuena Apache MySQL PHP FreeBSD