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Ever tinkered with configuration files - made a mistake - and then needed the default version again?

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Download the default config files of various applications like NGINX, Apache, MySQL and many others.

              <IfModule mod_proxy_ftp.c>

	# Define the character set for proxied FTP listings. Default is ISO-8859-1
	ProxyFtpDirCharset UTF-8

</IfModule>

# vim: syntax=apache ts=4 sw=4 sts=4 sr noet

            
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How to use

ExampleConfig provides a collection of original, unaltered configuration files for multiple applications.

  • 1
    Search for your desired configuration

    For example using the keywords:
    proxy_ftp.conf Apache Ubuntu 20.04

  • 2
    Examine the result

    Take look at the unaltered configuration file. Exactly the way it was shipped by the application vendor.

  • 3
    Download the raw file

    If needed you can download the raw config directly

    wget -O proxy_ftp.conf.example http://exampleconfig.com/static/raw/apache/ubuntu20.04/etc/apache2/mods-available/proxy_ftp.conf

    <IfModule mod_proxy_ftp.c>

	# Define the character set for proxied FTP listings. Default is ISO-8859-1
	ProxyFtpDirCharset UTF-8

</IfModule>

# vim: syntax=apache ts=4 sw=4 sts=4 sr noet

    

Built For SysAdmins By SysAdmins

Download the default configuration files of apps like NGINX, Apache, MySQL and many others.

  • Developer Friendly

    ExampleConfig is free to use for personal and commercial purposes. We’re fully committed to building an archive you can rely on.

  • Clean Slate

    All configuration files are pulled from a fresh installation of the application. They remain unaltered in the state they where shipped.

  • Docker

    Speed up your process developing Dockerfiles by fetching the right configuration file.

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