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    Subdomain on Ngix duplicating Main site

    Hey @karankotak94 thanks for the detailed reply. This last section is a little unclear to me: ………………………………
    By larrywilliamsjr
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    Subdomain on Ngix duplicating Main site

    @karankotak94 thank you for the well thought out answer. A couple things to note here: I don’t have a /etc/php-fpm.d/default.con…
    By larrywilliamsjr
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    Subdomain on Ngix duplicating Main site

    Hey @karankotak94 yes my test site and main site have different config files. What do you mean by the php-fpm config file? Can you …
    By larrywilliamsjr
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    Subdomain on Ngix duplicating Main site

    Hey all, I've followed this tutorial: (https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/how-to-set-up-nginx-server-blocks-virtual-hosts-on-ubuntu-14-04-lts/) On how to set up a server block. My main site is running fi...
    7 By larrywilliamsjr Nginx DigitalOcean
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    Remove .htpasswd Password Protection (Nginx)

    My suggestion to anyone with a problem such as this involving unknowns that cannot be dealt with after much effort: Go to your Serv…
    By larrywilliamsjr
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    Remove .htpasswd Password Protection (Nginx)

    @kamaln7 thanks for your response. By auth* you mean authbacic and authbasicuser_file correct? Yes I deleted those and I still …
    By larrywilliamsjr
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    Remove .htpasswd Password Protection (Nginx)

    @sugarhill no problem at all. I simply have spent a day and a half stuck on this and i’m drained of ideas. Any other input is welco…
    By larrywilliamsjr
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    Remove .htpasswd Password Protection (Nginx)

    @sugarhill thats a good idea. So you would duplicate in nginx.conf and use authbasic “none”;? There’s nothing in sites-enabled b…
    By larrywilliamsjr
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    Remove .htpasswd Password Protection (Nginx)

    @sugarhill yup. I feel it may be referenced somewhere else but I’ve looked everywhere. Cant get rid of this password prompt.
    By larrywilliamsjr
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    Remove .htpasswd Password Protection (Nginx)

    @sugarhill thabks for your answer. I’ve tried that but the password prompt still appears.
    By larrywilliamsjr
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    Remove .htpasswd Password Protection (Nginx)

    I added an htpasswd.txt to sites-avaiable/default to protect my site: ```nginx server { authbasic "closed site"; authbasicuserfile /tmp/.htpasswd.txt; listen 81 default_server; listen [::]:80 d...
    7 By larrywilliamsjr Security LEMP
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    Delete Cache Nginx (Not a virtual box)

    Someone gave me a good answer to my question (because i’m using laravel) on stackoverflow. I’ll share the answer for someone lookin…
    By larrywilliamsjr
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    Delete Cache Nginx (Not a virtual box)

    Good point. Yes I haven’t set up any caching. The problem i’m trying to solve is when I make changes to a css file, or any file fo…
    By larrywilliamsjr
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    Delete Cache Nginx (Not a virtual box)

    Hey folks. I'm running a Laravel Site (Ubuntu) on Nginx (Not a virtual box). When I make changes to a css file, or any file for that matter i'm unable to see the changes right away. I've tried changing sendfile from o...
    4 By larrywilliamsjr LEMP Nginx PHP