The command sudo yum install nginx returns the error No package nginx available. I've tried this before and it worked but now it doesn't.
I'd like to install NginX as a reverse proxy on CentOS. I know three different ways to install NginX:
Install over EPEL
Install over official NginX package repository
Which way would you recommend for production use? Are there any cons for installing NginX over the official source?
I'm trying to build a deb of a more recent version of Nginx.
Hello I have installed the newest stable Version of Nginex (1.4.4) and want to install also phpMyAdmin, unfortunately the following error appears when I try to open phpMyAdmin in my browser through http:// 192 . . .
I am on Ubuntu 12.04, I have the latest stable version of nginx added to my ppa
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:nginx/stable -y
It has been running perfectly for nearly a year.
i admittedly ran this:
sudo update-rc.d nginx defaults
which seemed to wipe out the setup of nginx. Nginx commands like sudo service nginx start, etc no longer return anything when executed.
I'm trying to install nginx using the package manager. Usually I'd do this:
sudo apt-get install nginx
but I need nginx to have SSL support. I could compile nginx from source with SSL support, but I'd like to use a package manager just to make it easier to upgrade or remove if I need to.
Does the nginx package compile with SSL support or is there a way to make it?
I'm trying to enable the 'ngx_http_gzip_static_module' module in Nginx 1.4.3 by adding the --with-http_gzip_static_module to my ./configure configuration.
But I recieve the following error when i try to recompile (make):
make -f objs/Makefile
make: Entering directory `/tmp/nginx-1.4.3'
make: *** No rule to make target `src/os/unix/ngx_gcc_atomic_x86.h', needed by `objs/src/core/ngin
Edit: Distro is Centos 6.4 64-bit
Created '/etc/yum.repos.d/nginx.repo' per http://wiki.nginx.org/Install :
Installed nginx without issues, it seems:
[root@server1 /]# yum install nginx
Loaded plugins: fastestmirror, security
Loading mirror speeds from cached hostfile
I have been dealing with this for the past few days and it is driving me nuts. I have nginx acting as a reverse proxy in front of apache. I have two vhosts each setup with their own ssl cert in nginx.