- LOADING_LINE_1: "Discord was almost called Bonfire before we picked our name. It was meant to be nice and cozy."
- LOADING_LINE_2: "Discord was almost called Wyvern before we picked our name. Not too proud of that one."
- LOADING_LINE_3: "Our logo's name is Clyde."
- LOADING_LINE_4: 'There are a bunch of hidden "Easter Eggs" in the app that happen when you click certain things...'
- LOADING_LINE_5: "Discord started as a game company making a mobile game called Fates Forever."
- LOADING_LINE_6: "Discord’s official birthday is May 13, 2015."
- LOADING_LINE_7: "We came up with the idea of Discord Nitro over morning breakfast potatoes."
- LOADING_LINE_8: "Our mascot, Wumpus, was originally created as a character with no friends :("
- LOADING_LINE_9: "In Discord's early days, light theme was the only theme. Scary times."
- LOADING_LINE_10: "In the ancient days, Discord started as a browser-only app."
This guide uses the domain
your-domain.tld and its
www. prefixed version.
It starts the rocket application on
127.0.0.1:1337 and as the user
www-data. The proxy listens on port 80 and 443 though.
If you need other values, update them accordingly in your nginx and systemd configs.
When hosting our web applications, we often have one public IP
address (i.e., an IP address visible to the outside world)
using which we want to host multiple web apps. For example, one
may wants to host three different web apps respectively for
the same machine using a single IP address.
How can we do that? Well, the good news is Internet browsers
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