+1 vote

Webinoly looks like the smarter Easy Engine. But only one important thing i have to know before i switch to Webinoly. What for an Nginx build is used with the Webinoly install skript. If you use the same build like Easy Engine we can use this skript https://github.com/VirtuBox/nginx-ee for a nginx that is more advanced.

Useful or needed moduls:

  • ngx_cache_purge
  • memcached_nginx_module
  • headers-more-nginx-module
  • ngx_brotli
  • redis2-nginx-module
  • srcache-nginx-module
  • nginx-dynamic-tls-records-patch_1.13.0+
  • Openssl 1.1.1
  • ipscrub
  • ngx_pagespeed (optional)
  • naxsi WAF (optional)

If we can not use this repo, have you some instructions to build a custom nginx from sources that supports Webinoly?

If you dont have a solution to solve this, contact me and if you want we can start with team play for repo with a supported custom nginx for webinoly.

i think the webinoly users would love the newest nginx features.

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by Expert

Hi Daniel,

We are not the same as Easyengine as you say (not even one line of code) and we don't use the same NGINX repo.

I'm pretty sure you can find a lot of tutorials in Google about "how to compile your own nginx", actually it's pretty easy. In fact, I think that I saw an automated script in the repo you mentioned before (Virtubox), you can take a look.

Just be careful about what you call "advanced".

  • Why do you want to use a beta version of OpenSSL that is not ready for production?
  • Do you feel comfortable hosting a site using a beta version of OpenSSL? (especially for eCommerce sites)
  • Why do you want to use a compression technology that is not supported by some not updated browsers?
  • Really! Do you like pagespeed?
  • Can you tell me, what features you want or are currently missed from the nginx modules you mentioned?
  • In general, what do you expect with these "new features"?
  • Etc... etc.
  • Etc!!

Also, these are not "NGINX Features", they are just external modules, I'm saying it because it's important to note that we are not missing any official nginx feature.


can I install pagespeed module based on the current webinoly? I think pagespeed module is helpful.
by Expert

Hi Jaccky,

I have to tell that Webinoly will never have support for "Pagespeed" and as I said in my previous answer:

I'm pretty sure you can find a lot of tutorials in Google about "how to compile your own nginx", actually it's pretty easy.


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