NGINX on Raspberry PI

After self-hosting my websites for about two weeks now. I’ve only got one more site to move across.

Now, I’m contemplating shuffling things around again so that they are all hosted on a Raspberry Pi – which results in a smaller footprint and not being stuck on the limited Synology System. Though, with the Raspberry Pi comes less computing power – which has resulted in me giving NGINX a go.

So far, it’s a bit of a change compared to Apache where things are taken for granted like the ease of setting .htaccess files anywhere you please.

However, I’m documenting my steps as I go and will hopefully put together a guide so should I need to do this again – I know the process and won’t need to spend time searching the Internet.

I’m also finding I have to learn Linux permissions to be an effective NGINX administrator.

PEN Testing