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How to install Linux Mint 20

Linux Mint is a hugely popular free and opensource Linux flavor based on Ubuntu. It enjoys a wide clientele with million users...

How to unzip a file in Linux

Zipping a file or directory is a popular practice when you want to send a huge file that seemingly takes up a lot of...

How to find a file in Linux system

Occasionally, you find yourself scouring through your system in search of a particular file(s). It can be a truly daunting task sifting through hundreds...

How to install PostgreSQL on Ubuntu 20.04

Databases are crucial components in database-driven web applications such as Drupal and WordPress. There are quite a number of database servers, the popular ones...

How to install LEMP on Debian 10

LEMP is an opensource software stack that is widely used by developers, and operation teams to test and deploy dynamic websites. The acronym LEMP...

10 Most Crucial Commands used in Linux

Linux is one of the most powerful and widely used operating system around. I know you might be unaware, but think of your smartwatch,...

WordPress on Ubuntu 16.04 With Caddy

Introduction WordPress is a famous content management system based on PHP and MySQL, distributed under the terms of the GNU GPLv2 (or later). In most...

Caddy Web Server on Ubuntu 16.04

Introduction Across our many tutorials we have looked at hundreds of different technologies. In almost every article, we've based our work on Apache or NGINX...

Decentralized Communication with Matrix on Ubuntu 16.04

Introduction to Decentralized Communication Matrix is an open standard for real-time, interoperable and decentralized communication over IP, used to power VoIP/WebRTC signalling, Internet of Things communication, Instant...

Continuous Integration: Concourse CI on Ubuntu 16.04

Concourse Continuous Integration System Concourse CI is a simple and scalable continuous integration system with an end goal of providing a system with as few...

Database System: PostgreSQL Replication on Ubuntu 16.04

PostgreSQL Database System PostgreSQL is an advanced open source Object-Relational Database Management System (or ORDBMS). It is an extensible and highly-scalable database system, meaning that...

Control Tool: How To Install Webmin on CentOS 7

Introduction - A Web Based Control Tool Webmin is a web control tool for UNIX (and other similar systems) which simplifies the management process. Normally, configuration...

Network Analysis: How To Install Bro On Ubuntu 16.04

Introduction: Bro Network Analysis Framework Bro is an open source network analysis framework with a focus on network security monitoring. It is the result of...

NoSQL: How To Install OrientDB on Ubuntu 16.04

Introduction - NoSQL and OrientDB When talking about databases, in general, we refer to two major families: RDBMS (Relational Database Management System), which use as...

eCommerce: Open eShop on Ubuntu 16.04

Introduction - Open eShop eCommerce Platform Open eShop is an open source software for eCommerce platforms. It is a platform developed to sell digital goods...

Monitoring Server: Install Zabbix on an Ubuntu 16.04 Server

Monitoring Server - What is Zabbix Zabbix is an enterprise-class open source distributed monitoring server solution. The software monitors different parameters of a network and...

Encryption: How To Secure an NGINX web server on Ubuntu 16.04

What is Let's Encrypt Let's Encrypt is a free certificate authority brought by the Internet Security Research Group (ISRG). It provides an easy and automated...

Container: Docker Compose on Ubuntu 16.04

What is Docker Compose Docker Compose is a tool for running multi-container Docker applications. To configure an application’s services with Compose we use a configuration...

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