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README.md

Base Config

Note: The Mail Server requires SSL certificates

Swap File

  1. Run dd if=/dev/zero of=/swapfile bs=1M count=2048 then chmod 600 /swapfile followed by mkswap /swapfile and swapon /swapfile
  2. Set the system up to mount the swap file at boot by adding /swapfile none swap defaults 0 0 to the bottom of /etc/fstab

Web Server

Package Requirements (FIXME: other php packages)

nginx, php, php-fpm, php-composer, php-gd, php-imap, php-mcrypt, php-memcached, memcached, mariadb, bower, gulp, mysql, letsencrypt

Folders (FIXME: add php folder and configs)

nginx, php, systemd

Setup Instructions (FIXME: add mysql setup instructions)

  1. Install the packages in the Package Requirements above
  2. Copy the folders above that aren't already configured to their equivalent location in /etc
  3. In /etc/nginx/sites-available/REPLACEME.TLD.conf and /etc/systemd/system/letsencrypt.service, replace instances of REPLACEME.TLD with the FQDN
  4. Rename /etc/nginx/sites-available/REPLACEME.TLD.conf so that REPLACEME.TLD is replaced with the FQDN
  5. Add your site files to /srv/http/REPLACEME.TLD where public assets are located in /srv/http/REPLACEME.TLD/public (replacing REPLACEME.TLD with the FQDN)
  6. Create a symlink from /etc/nginx/sites-available/REPLACEME.tld.conf to /etc/nginx/sites-enabled/REPLACEME.tld.conf (replacing REPLACEME.TLD with the FQDN)
  7. Run systemctl start php-fpm nginx to start the web services and systemctl status php-fpm and systemctl status nginx to check for errors
  8. If there were no errors in the previous command, run systemctl enable postfix dovecot to enable the web services at boot
  9. Ensure the public web directory exists and run systemctl start letsencrypt to generate the SSL certificates
  10. Run systemctl enable letsencrypt.timer to enable the auto-renewal process

MySQL Config

  1. Run mysql_install_db-user=mysql-basedir=/usr-datadir=/var/lib/mysql
  2. Run systemctl start mysqld and systemctl enable mysqld to start mysqld and enable it at boot
  3. Run mysql_secure_installation.
  4. Create a new password.
  5. Say yes to everything (e.g. "Remove anonymous users? Disallow root logging remotely? Remove test database and access to it? Reload privilege tables now?")

Mail Server

Package Requirements

dovecot, postfix, procmail

Folders

dovecot, pam.d, postfix, procmailrc, skel, systemd

Setup Instructions

  1. Install the packages in the Package Requirements above
  2. Copy the folders above that aren't already configured to their equivalent location in /etc
  3. In /etc/dovecot/dovecot.conf and /etc/postfix/main.cf, replace instances of REPLACEME.TLD with the FQDN
  4. In /etc/postfix/aliases, replace the instance of REPLACEME with the user that should receive domain-level emails
  5. Run newaliases to update the aliases database with the contents of /etc/postfix/aliases
  6. Run systemctl start postfix dovecot to start the mail services and systemctl status postfix and systemctl status dovecot to check for errors
  7. If there were no errors in the previous command, run systemctl enable postfix dovecot to enable the mail services at boot

Add Accounts

  1. Create an account by running useradd -m -d /home/REPLACEME -s /bin/bash REPLACEME (replacing REPLACEME with the username associated with the mail account)
  2. Set the password by running passwd REPLACEME (replacing REPLACEME with the username associated with the mail account)