Using systemd Timers to Renew Let’s Encrypt Certificates

This is a quick blog post to share the systemd timers that I use to automate the renewal of my Let’s Encrypt certificates. I prefer systemd timers to cron jobs for task scheduling because they are more flexible and easier to debug. I assume that you know what Let’s Encrypt is and that you already […]

Force PHPMyAdmin to use HTTPS

You want to use PHPMyAdmin. You want to force HTTPS so you don’t send plain-text MySQL credentials over the wire/air. You start fiddling with mod_rewrite and troubleshooting your Apache’s myriad of virtual hosts and included config files. There’s a better way! In /etc/phpMyAdmin/, add this to the bottom: $cfg[‘ForceSSL’] = true; I like mod_rewrite and […]