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In this brief tutorial we make a small but useful setup in the ISPConfig3 web hosting control panel. During setup, we remove the prefixing of database names and database usernames so that you do not have to manually modify the database connection settings after automated upload / synchronization of the resulting web pages due to the different client / web structure on the local machine.
In this tutorial we will install a minimal Debian 9 (Stretch) server, which will serve as a basis for future perfect server tutorials. On this page, we download the Debian 9 (Stretch) installation package, and during the installation, we configure the language and locale, configure the network, create the first user, configure disk partitions and the APT package manager. On the second page of the description, we will continue with the rest of the installation.
In this tutorial, we will install Let's Encrypt Certbot on an ISPConfig3 server environment. Once the installation is complete, our system is ready to obtain and automatically configure and renew free SSL certificates for server-managed domain names so that any web site we manage can be operated over the secure HTTPS protocol with a few clicks.