How to Install Nginx with Virtual Hosts and SSL Certificate

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11 Responses

  1. John Miller says:

    Install GlobalSign SSL Certificate on Nginx server. Now open your Nginx virtual host file for the website you are securing. If you need your site to be accessible …

  2. Jose says:

    In your explanation of the usage of openssl you have it output to apache.crt and apache.key instead of nginx.crt and nginx.key. May confuse some people.

  3. Ievgen Sobko says:

    I suppose in:

    # sudo chmod nginx:nginx /etc/nginx/conf.d/.htpasswd

    chown should be used instead of chmod.

  4. Alexey says:

    A very detailed information, thank you!

    sudo systemctl senable nginx” – might be enable instead of senable?

    Also, “How to Restrict Access”

  5. John says:

    Why do you use a self-signed certificate and not Let’s Encrypt?

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