Living a Happy Life
Be happy, there are many ways to satisfy yourself, just listed them below.
Things always have two views, positive and negative, thinking positively.
Target on small achievement
Big achievements accompany too many failures, they are always bulit up by many small achievements.
Find your work–life balance
Work for others is called work, work for yourself is called contribute.
Lesser rules applied.
Nothing is the best.
Do what you love to do
Less worry later
Live in the moment
Don't worry too much about future
Just say hi to others during exercise can help yourself forget tiredness.
Listening music and watching video
Bring you out of depression.
Don't always follow
Hang out with happy people
If impossible, go out and watching others
Spend time in nature
To forget whatever happened before.
Reminisce over happy memories
Don't try to recall sad things although they can't be forgotten.
Don't hope too much
Don't believe people said, just listen.
20 Secrets to Living a Happier Life
Install Synology NAS managed Let's Encrypt Certificate in NGINX
Synology NAS can be used for certificate management, and Let's Encrypt certificate can be exported as ZIP file used for NGINX HTTPS configuration.
- Go to Control Panel -> Security -> Certificate
- Select certificate to be exported
- Select Export Certificate from right click menu
- Save exported file
For existing certificates, can use
right click -> renew option to renew.
Note: All domain in the certificates, must be resolved to current Synology NAS at port 80 and port 443, otherwise, certificate generation will be failed.
In downloaded ZIP file, following files can be found.
privkey.pem into NGNIX
Verify NGINX configuration as below
- Restart NGINX
The date of issue for new certificate should be displayed in certificate information window.
Following command can be used for verification
openssl s_client -connect <domain_name>:<port>
If got following error, concatenate
cert.pem, because the full chain is required.
verify error:num=20:unable to get local issuer certificate
verify error:num=21:unable to verify the first certificate
How to install Let's Encrypt on Nginx