This certainly falls under the "more interesting than practical" of things I've done.
Since I've recently aquired a few Raspberry Pi Zero's, I've been playing around with running Nginx and PHP on them, and experimenting with a functional web server on the Raspbian platform
One of the common problems I have when configuring a new server is that I need to install packages I maintain on deb.erianna.com, my personal APT repository. Since I use an ECC signing key , I need to have GNUPG modern installed for my signing key to be recognized by apt
As part of a periodic keyroller change, the PGP signing key for deb.erianna.com has been changed. To continue using deb.erianna.com for APT packages, you must:Be running the latest version of gnupg2 (2.1.6+) Import our updated signing key into apt
PHP FPM 5.5.13 is now available on deb.erianna.com. Click "Read More" to get the details.
PHP FPM 5.5.10 is now available on deb.erianna.com. View the post for more details
Updated packages for Nginx 1.5 and Nginx 1.4 have been added to deb.erianna.com to address a recent security issue with Nginx when used with SPDY.
Nginx 1.5.11 is now available on deb.erianna.com. Read the post for more details
Nginx 1.5.10 Mainline is now available on deb.erianna.com. Follow the link to read more about this latest release.