No self respecting developer will tolerate writing out the same commands over and over. With Jekyll building the static files, I needed a way to: create draft posts serve drafts via localhost to review publish a draft as a full post build the site deploy to DigitalOcean After manually running shell commands and manually editing files, I had to automate the workflow. I use sub to organize the various scripts that handle each part of the process.
Configuring nginx to use SSL certificates from Let’s Encrypt using the Webroot method isn’t hard, but there are a few steps to make it all work. We assume: you have only one website setup in nginx and that any additional sites will also use Let’s Encrypt for their SSL certificates. HTML is served from /var/www/example.com Prerequisites Ubuntu 16.04 nginx You must own or control the registered domain name that you wish to use the certificate with.
Customers of Sympatico’s high-speed Internet service receive instructions on how to set up their email; however, these settings are aimed at people using Outlook, Netscape, or Eudora. What I needed were instructions on how to configure my local SMTP server, Postfix, with Sympatico. Of course, that information is not available. This document details how I figured out the settings required to make smtphm.sympatico.ca happy. Installation You need a version of Postfix built with TLS and SASL support enabled.