Installing Nginx Web Server with MariaDB and PHP/PHP-FPM on Fedora 23

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4 Responses

  1. Yehia Adham says:

    Thank You Very Much.. You made my day.

  2. Great step by step tutorial. Thank you.

    I found have a typo at step 3 (FireSwall with an s in the middle)
    # fireswall-cmd –permanent –add-service=https

  3. Arnab says:

    Though I never installed nginx, but why a web server needs X11 related libraries (first command dnf install nginx screenshot says that) ?

    Another question, how much internet ( in MB ) required to install a basic fedora system (no Xorg) with the net install fedora ISO ? I really want to give fedora a try, but living with a costly and slow internet. If possible please also mention how much MB internet required to install LXQT desktop and minimal KWIN window manager.

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