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the raw steps (in what follows, newport is the new machine, burnley is an old machine with all necessary files).
add newport,et al., to /etc/hosts # rsync -auv burnley:.bash_profile ./ # rsync -auv burnley:.bashrc ./ $ rsync -auv burnley:bin ./ # apt-get install ssh $ ./bin/mkremlog.sh ajh@burnley $ ./bin/mkremlog.sh ajh@spencer # apt-get install emacs # apt-get install apache2 # a2enmod actions cgid userdir in the file /etc/apache2/mods-enabled/userdir.conf, change the Directory entry for /home/*/public_html to "AllowOverride All" # apt-get install xsltproc add newport to .bash_profile cases and run $ . .bash_profile in the file /etc/apache2/mods-enabled/dir.conf, change the DirectoryIndex entry to include index.xml # systemctl restart apache2 # apt-get install python2.7 # apt-get install python3 $ mkdir /home/ajh/binln $ cd /home/ajh/binln $ ln -s /usr/bin/python2.7 python $ ln -s /usr/bin/python2.7 python2.7 $ ln -s /usr/bin/python3 python3 $ ln -s /home/ajh/public_html www $ mkdir -p local/localhost/counters $ mkdir -p local/localhost/htmls $ chmod -R g+w local/localhost # chown -R ajh:www-data local/localhost $ rsync -auv burnley:lib ./ $ rsync -auv burnley:local/localhost/environment ./local/localhost/ edit the environment file to update the hostname to newport $ rsync -auv burnley:public_html/* public_html/ $ rsync -auv burnley:public_html/.htaccess public_html/ # apt-get install net-tools (this is to grab ifconfig, an interim measure until replaced by ip) # apt-get install make # apt-get install psgml # apt-get install wallch (this is a dodgy application, and doesn't always work)
I shall endeavour to add to this list as I discover missing software.
The DNS settings I use are internode.on.net, or IP addresses 184.108.40.206, 220.127.116.11
We recently acquired a Silverstone RM420 20-bay disk farm to house all our house needs for data storage. This was a story in its own right, but here we document the process of rebuilding Ubuntu to suit the local needs.
In what follows, we use a prompt of # to indicate that the actions must be done as superuser, and $ for actions as the (normal) user.
Depending how you got to this stage, the hostname might need fixing. To do this, simply edit (as superuser) the file /etc/hostname to the correct value.
# vi /etc/hostname
load basic files from backup. These should include:
~/.bash_profile ~/.bashrc ~/bin/* ~/lib/emacs ~/.emacs
Install my preferred editor Emacs
# apt-get install emacs
Install the web server Apache
# apt-get install apache
Enable the actions, cgid and userdir modifications.
# a2enmod actions cgid userdir
In the file userdir.conf, change the <Directory /home/*/public_html> line containing AllowOverride to be just AllowOverride All
You also need to add index.xml into the DirectoryIndex list in the same file.
install the XSLTPROC package
# apt-get install xsltproc
Assuming all the relevant files have been copied across from backup, you should now be able to access the web server from a browser.
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(Note that these are only accessible on my local network.)