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Best lightweight GIT service for your Raspberry/SOHO server

Best lightweight GIT service for your Raspberry/SOHO server

Not a paid ad. Finally found what I’ve been looking for, GITEA. Its love at first sight, not only because of the beautiful UI, but because it doesn’t use SO MUCH GODDAMN MEMORY which is expensive in the cloud for such a mundane thing as version management. For the past years, I have had gitlab/bitbucket/stash servers for my personal projects but they used too much memory, considering that the server was used only by 2 people tops (gitlab recommends 4…

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Nginx https load balancer with lets encrypt cert (On AWS)

Nginx https load balancer with lets encrypt cert (On AWS)

Part 1: Create a working http load balancer I’v decided to use amazon for hosting my (Ubuntu 14.04 trusty) server (t2.nano (still an overkill, anything with 256 mb ram is more than sufficent)) you have to create a security profile which opens port 22 for ssh, 80 for http, and 443 for https. ssh into your server. Fetches the updates from the server, downloads nginx, apt-get update & upgrade, sudo apt-get install nginx Backup the config file, it is always…

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