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The problem is somewhat two-fold. The first problem is that that you use the php5 package in your install. That package is a metapackage - it pulls in other packages when you hit "Install". The problem is it prefers the Apache plugins over php5-fpm and other processors, and causes Apache to install with everything else. (And this is not supposed to be ...


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Conceptual Overview I'm not familiar with Paperwork, but as a general overview, here's what is probably going on: Node.js is used for writing server-side Javascript, however, more generally it's used to run Javascript in an environment outside of the browser. Since this particular project seems to be using a PHP/nginx backend, Node is probably just being ...


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Try this, open up the nginx.conf file with: sudo vim /etc/nginx/nginx.conf and find this field: user www-data change www-data to the user you want.


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Yes, all supported Ubuntu releases ship with OpenSSL 1.0.2 and most software is linked against OpenSSL for TLS security. Keep in mind that a proper TLS server can be complex to set up correctly. Some quick general recommendations. Server-side ciphersuite ordering The default ciphersuite of OpenSSL includes support for PFS, but does not prioritize that at ...


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If you want nginx-pagespeed support use following repository add-apt-repository -y ppa:rtcamp/nginx apt-get update && apt-get install nginx-custom Refer: https://launchpad.net/~rtcamp/+archive/ubuntu/nginx/+packages


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First stop nginx service, before attempting to remove it. I have tried this and it's working: sudo service nginx stop sudo apt-get purge nginx sudo apt-get autoremove



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