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adding paragraph about nginx.conf setup

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@@ -135,6 +135,12 @@ Rack applications!
Nginx is a little more difficult to configure than unicorn, but still a fairly
straightforward process.
+In this example we'll be putting all of our configuration in the
+`nginx.conf` file of our nginx installation. You could alternatively separate
+some of the configuration out into `sites-enabled` and other nginx conventions.
+However, for most common and simple implementations this guide should do the
+trick.
+
# this sets the user nginx will run as,
#and the number of worker processes
user nobody nogroup;
@@ -218,7 +224,7 @@ configuration. `-E` is the Rack environment for your application to run under.
`-D` will daemonize the process, and `-l` is the address which unicorn will
listen to.
-Lastly, let's start up nginx. On most debian systems you can use the following
+Lastly, let's start up nginx. On most debian-based systems you can use the following
command:
/etc/init.d/nginx start

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