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mastodon @self-hosting
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= 2048 </code> Restart PostgreSQL: <code bash> sudo systemctl restart postgresql </code> Now we need... nto the''psql'' console as a superuser:<code bash>sudo -u postgres psql</code> - Find and connect to y... (if installed), ''redis-server'')): <code bash>$ sudo apt remove fail2ban elasticsearch redis-server re... ee up almost 2 GB worth of space!)): <code bash>$ sudo userdel mastodon; sudo rm -rf /home/mastodon</cod
dokuwiki @self-hosting
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ts destination: <code> $ tar xzvf dokuwiki.tgz $ sudo cp -r dokuwiki /var/www/ </code> Give your web s... ivatives, this is usually ''www-data'': <code> $ sudo chown -R www-data:www-data dokuwiki </code> ====... fpm for the changes to take effect: <code bash> $ sudo nginx -s reload $ sudo service php7.0-fpm restart </code> ==== References ==== * [[doku>faq:uploads
pleroma @self-hosting
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f Pleroma (default is ''/opt/pleroma'') - Run ''sudo -Hu postgres pg_dump -d <pleroma_db> --format-cus... files back to their original position. - Run ''sudo -Hu postgres pg_restore -d <pleroma_db> -v -1 </p... ng command to restore Pleroma's database: <code> sudo -Hu postgres psql -d pleroma < pleroma.pgdump </c
pleroma_source_install @self-hosting
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rt 4000, which was causing issues. <code text> $ sudo -Hu postgres psql postgres=# drop database plerom... f Pleroma (default is ''/opt/pleroma'') - Run ''sudo -Hu postgres pg_dump -d <pleroma_db> --format-cus... files back to their original position. - Run ''sudo -Hu postgres pg_restore -d <pleroma_db> -v -1 </p
cytube @self-hosting
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s from Let's Encrypt's directories. <code bash> sudo ln -s /etc/letsencrypt/live/cytube.splat.soy/privkey.pem /opt/cytube/privkey.pem sudo ln -s /etc/letsencrypt/live/cytube.splat.soy/full
backup_restore_postgresql_database @sysadmin:kb
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Use ''pg_dump'' to backup the database:<code bash>sudo -Hu postgres pg_dump -d <database_name> -format-c... restore'' to load the database back up:<code bash>sudo -Hu postgres pg_restore -d <database_name> -v -1
install_debian_package_via_cli @sysadmin:linux:debian
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ge from the command-line. **Install package:** ''sudo dpkg -I DEB_PACKAGE'' **Install package dependencies:** ''sudo apt install -f''
example_automated_debian_install_script @sysadmin:linux:debian
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ccount (normal user account will be able to # use sudo). d-i passwd/root-login boolean false # Alternati
  • start.txt
  • Last modified: 2019/11/10 19:46
  • by mjorgensen