It works!

This is the default welcome page used to welcome users to Twi's website after they visit it. It is based on the similar page from the Ubuntu Apache package, which this site is not running on. It's running on nginx. Nginx's page just doesn't look as cool. If you can read this page, it means that the nginx HTTP server installed at this site is working properly. So, uh, good. I should replace this file (located at /var/www/ before I make more serious attempts to use this site for content.

Probs won't, tho.

Configuration Overview

Ubuntu's Apache2 default configuration is different from the traditional Apache2 configuration found in Linux distributions.

When Apache2 is available, it allows for two things: (1) easy management of the default server, (2) easy management of Apache2 configuration files. Here are some common options to deal with Apache2 configuration files in Ubuntu. By default Apache2 configuration files are located in the /etc/apache2/sites-available/default directory. For those cases where there is no /etc/apache2/sites-available/default directory, we can create it using the following commands: sudo mkdir -p /etc/apache2 sudo cp /etc/apache2/sites-available/default/apache2. sudo chown -R www-data:www-data /etc/apache2/

|-- apache2.conf
|       `-- ports.conf
|-- mods-enabled
|       `-- /etc/apache2/
|       `-- /etc/apache2/
|-- /etc/apache2/
|-- /etc/php'=
|-- /etc/nsswitch.conf
|       `-- /etc/apache2/
|       `-- /etc/mysql
  • apache2.conf is the main configuration file which needs updating. The following command uses nssd-agent and nssd-service to upgrade the default nssd service.
  • ports.conf is the configuration file for the default ports server. The defaults apply only to clients on that server, so that the following commands can be run on the default server:
  • server.conf is the default configuration for the default system service (server) under server/ . For the other services to be started, add them to the list of services in user and group profiles in server/ .
  • wsgi.confs*:\s*<t>:<t>;in /etc/network settings, and scripts file which were used to write this page (all scripts are executed on startup or when the web server is opened during its startup process). <tt>scripts</tt> files contain:<tt> .modules-enabled </tt>

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