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There's nothing really official as far as I know. If you're doing WordPress development, Trellis is a great way to setup your stack. https://github.com/roots/trellis If you just want to take a base Ubuntu...

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I've seen timeouts and buffer sizes both blamed for these 502 errors. Adjust your buffers: fastcgi_buffer_size, fastcgi_buffers, proxy_buffer_size, proxy_buffers Increase timeouts if necessary, keeping...

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You'll want to remove Nginx. If you want to completely remove everything you can use apt-get purge nginx. If you want to keep your configuration files: apt-get remove nginx

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PHP is the one most often mentioned, but Python and Perl are used as well. I generally use generally use Python and uWSGI for my applications.

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Current versions of Nginx come with the fastcgi configuration in /etc/nginx. If you follow the example from the boilerplate configs, your configuration directory won’t have any of the configuration files...

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Yes, CiviCRM works fine with WordPress on Nginx. However, since Nginx doesn't use .htaccess you'll want to add any changes to your site-specific configuration. For example, there are a few upload directories...

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A common way to deploy Python applications using Nginx is with uWSGI. You would start the application with the necessary configuration, and then just pass Nginx requests to the uWSGI. location @myapp...

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