blog Sharing notes with the internet
Posts with the tag httpd:

Fixing OpenBSD 6.7 httpd MIME Types

On OpenBSD's httpd, there are only a select few MIME types that are recognized by default. According to httpd.conf(5), those types are: ext/css, text/html, text/plain, image/gif, image/png, image/jpeg, image/svg+xml, and application/javascript. Everything else is said to be of type application/octet-stream by default. This is OK for most static hosting situations, but can be challenging for some common attachment types. For example, I recently made a blog post that had an attached PDF.

Let's Encrypt on OpenBSD 6.7

So I have an OpenBSD server serving a static website using httpd(8). I've been thinking for a while I should add an SSL certificate, but never got around to it because it was just a small hobby website and it didn't require any real attention. Today while watching one of the OpenBSD tutorials at BSDCan, I thought it was finally time. Since configuring everything else in OpenBSD is so easy, this must be easy too, right?