How To Install LAMP Stack On Debian 8
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How To Install LAMP Stack On Debian 8

LAMP is a combination of operating system and open-source software stack. The acronym LAMP came…

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rConfig – A Network Device Configuration Management Tool
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rConfig – A Network Device Configuration Management Tool

Today you will have a great tool that we help you to backup your network configuration.…

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Install BigBlueButton Web Conferencing System In Ubuntu
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Install BigBlueButton Web Conferencing System In Ubuntu

Introduction BigBlueButton is the open source video based web conferencing system for on-line learning. We…

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genvm: Generation of virtual machines
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genvm: Generation of virtual machines

“Genvm” is a virtual machine (VM) generated script Custom Debian. The generated drive images can be used…

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How To Setup LogicalDOC In Ubuntu 15.04
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How To Setup LogicalDOC In Ubuntu 15.04

LogicalDOC is a Document Management System. It is useful for all kind of small and…

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How To Setup Apache Hadoop On CentOS
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How To Setup Apache Hadoop On CentOS

The Apache Hadoop software library is a framework that allows for the distributed processing of…

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Top 5 System Performance Monitoring Tools For Linux Admins
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Top 5 System Performance Monitoring Tools For Linux Admins

There are some tools which we must know as Linux/Server Admin to monitor the health/performance…

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Getting Started With Snappy Ubuntu Core
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Getting Started With Snappy Ubuntu Core

In our previous article, we discussed what is Snappy Ubuntu Core, and how to install…

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Tweak Your Fedora 22 Desktop Using Fedy And PostinstallerF
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Tweak Your Fedora 22 Desktop Using Fedy And PostinstallerF

None of the Linux distributions comes with all essential applications for daily usage, Agree? You…

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How To Auto-Minify JavaScript Files on Page Load in Apache Using UglifyJS
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How To Auto-Minify JavaScript Files on Page Load in Apache Using UglifyJS

Minifying your JavaScript files is a way of securing your JavaScript codes and reducing your…

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How To Install LAMP Stack (Apache, MariaDB And PHP) In Fedora 22
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How To Install LAMP Stack (Apache, MariaDB And PHP) In Fedora 22

LAMP is a combination of operating system and open-source software stack. The acronym LAMP comes…

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How To Install And Configure MariaDB Galera Cluster On Debian And Ubuntu
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How To Install And Configure MariaDB Galera Cluster On Debian And Ubuntu

About MariaDB MariaDB is a community-developed fork of the MySQL relational database management system intended…

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How To Install ONLYOFFICE – An Online Collaboration Suite For SME
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How To Install ONLYOFFICE – An Online Collaboration Suite For SME

About ONLYOFFICE ONLYOFFICE, formerly known as Teamlab Office, is a free, open source, web-based collaboration…

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eXo – An Open Source Enterprise Collaboration Platform
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eXo – An Open Source Enterprise Collaboration Platform

About eXo platform Nowadays, Social platforms are making the biggest impact in both professional and…

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How To Install And Configure QEMU In Ubuntu
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How To Install And Configure QEMU In Ubuntu

About QEMU As a Linux enthusiast, I have been testing so many Open Source and…

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Centmin Mod – A Shell Script To Automatically Deploy LEMP Stack In CentOS
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Centmin Mod – A Shell Script To Automatically Deploy LEMP Stack In CentOS

About LEMP Stack LEMP is a combination of the operating system and open-source software stack.…

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Gibbon: A Web-based Flexible School Management System
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Gibbon: A Web-based Flexible School Management System

About Gibbon Gibbon is a free, Open Source, and web-based flexible school management system that…

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Configure Linux Clients To Authenticate Using OpenLDAP
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Configure Linux Clients To Authenticate Using OpenLDAP

This is the second part of our previous tutorial, titled how to install and configure…

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