Day: October 18, 2020

Enable SSL on your website in UbuntuEnable SSL on your website in Ubuntu

To enable SSL on your website first you need to install SSL on your server. Install SSL Certificates 1. First edit ssl file in apache2 directory. root@Linoide:~# vim /etc/apache2/sites-available/default-ssl.conf Add these lines: <VirtualHost> ServerAdmin webmaster@localhost DocumentRoot /var/www/html Servername linoide.com Serveralias www.linoide.com </VirtualHost> Change your SSL file location on these lines

Make your website secure with Let’s Encrypt (Certbot) free SSL.Make your website secure with Let’s Encrypt (Certbot) free SSL.

It is important to use SSL to make your website encrypted. In this method, I will show you how to install SSL in Ubuntu 16.04. First, you need to install certbot tool by the below command root@Linoide:~# apt update root@Linoide:~# apt install letsencrypt 2. Now Generate wildcard SSL using certbot

LVM: Linux partition artition size increasing using lvextend.LVM: Linux partition artition size increasing using lvextend.

LVM: Logical Volume Group, It helps to extend the existing filesystem. To extend the filesystem, free space should available in the Volume group. If free space is not available then you need to add new PV(physical volume) and then create a new Volume Group (VG). Now let’s see how to