(Mon, 26 Feb 17:57) Richard Hipp: > On 2/26/18, Thomas Levine <_...@thomaslevine.com> wrote: > > In the case of the fossil web server setup, for example, I envision > > an almost patronizing tutorial on alternative web server configuration > > options, the concept of proxy servers, installation of packages in > > various operating systems or web hosts, and how to debug web server > > configurations. > > A theoretical discussion with lots of "concept" talk would be great to > have too. But I I think a more pressing need is just a series of > step-by-step guides. In all cases assume a $5/month Linode or > DigitalOcean Droplet or 3-euro/month scaleway.com ARM machine. But > then have separate documents for various configurations: > > * Apache via CGI > * Apache via SCGI > * Nginx > * Lighttpd > * Stunnel4 direct to fossil > * Stunnel4 to althttpd then fossil via CGI > * Xinetd direct to fossil > * Xinetd to althttpd then fossil via CGI > * Fossil running standalone (the "fossil server" command) > > Each of the above should explain how to set up a single repository > *and* how to set up multiple repositories operating off of the same > domain. > > Maybe also a separate document on how to lease a > linode/droplet/scaleway server and obtain your domain name. > > The format can be a checklist with intermixed text commentary.
I don't have step-by-step tutorials, but I have a bunch of scripts which basically fully setup VPS (only need to update accordingly domain names, usernames, IPs, SSH public keys if someone will use it). Somewhat light version of Ansible, I think.. It is Nginx + letsencrypt on Alpine Linux and hosted on Aruba Cloud (1€/month). https://cfg.juef.space/dir?ci=trunk -- https://www.juef.space/
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