I have just set up an Ubuntu ppa to always keep a tab on the latest
Nnginx code (currently 0.9.4).
As usual in Ubuntu, you may install it using the following commands:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:malan/dev
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install nginx
This ppa has been created to let Nginx coexist peacefully with
php5-fpm and Drupal.
WARNING: this is a ‘LIGHT’ version that has been created to let Nginx
coexist peacefully with php5-fpm and Drupal (and other cgi dependent
apps) as such it has 3 main differences from plain Nginx packages:
- it has been compiled without the following modules: empty_gif,
limit_req, pop3, smtp, imap, split_clients, uwsgi, scgi, cache;
- it has been patched to be an ‘anonymized’ web server that only
reports ‘webserver/0.0.0’ as server name and version;
- the ivp6 line has been removed from sites-available/default.