Etherpad is an open-source online editor providing collaborative editing in real-time in the browser. In this tutorial, we will install Etherpad on a Rocky Linux 8 server, using the MariaDB database to store our data. We will also use Nginx as a reverse proxy for the application and install an SSL certificate using Let’s Encrypt to enable HTTPS connections to our Etherpad instance.

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