Deploying DeadLetter on ApacheLearn DeadCL
IntroductionBy the time you've completed this guide you'll have successfully deployed an instance of DeadLetter by self-publishing an Author Key.
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|-||A (preferably) sudo user and firewall on your server: in this example we're using Ubuntu 18.04LTS|
|-||Apache Web Server: DeadLetter requires a web server of some description.|
|-||Sub domain: this guide requires your web server to be configured with the sub-domain dld.yourdomain.com|
Step OneOur first step is to SSH into your server, and navigate to where you'd like to place your Author Key.
sudo [email protected]0.0.0.0 sudo mkdir /var/www/html/dld/
Step TwoNext you'll need to copy our Author Key template.
cd /var/www/html/dld/ sudo curl -o AK.txt https://keys.deadletter.io/YOURDOMAIN.COM=dld=MY-AK.txt
Step ThreeJump into Nano (or your preferred text editor) and replace the filler content.
Step FourThe Author Key should look something like this; if you don't currently have Conversations ready to be published, you must remove trusted_Cnvrstn//@CON_FILE to prevent any possible errors. Don't worry when you're ready to add a Conversation you can easily update your Author Key at a later stage.
Step FiveFinally you'll need to submit your Author Key to DeadLetter by entering its address at: https://ak.deadletter.io
Once your AK has been accepted you can check if it's trusted by visiting - https://keys.deadletter.io/YOURDOMAIN.COM=dld=MY.AK
It can take up to anywhere from two minute to 28 hours for an Author key to be trusted by DeadLetter; if you'd like to learn more visit our Author Key walk-through, or start a conversation on our Community Hub.