Linux tutorials

Install Rocket.Chat on Ubuntu 16.04

Introduction Rocket.Chat is a messaging system for team communication, like Slack. It has various features, including: Video conferences Help desk chat File sharing Voice messages ...

Install and configure ownCloud 9.1.4 on openSUSE Leap 42.2

Introduction ownCloud is an open source file syncing and sharing software, just like Dropbox. Just placing files in a local shared directory, those files will...

How to install Seafile on CentOS 7

Introduction Seafile is a private file hosting platform, similar to Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive and Mega. Its parts are released under open source licenses, in...

How to install and use lnav on CentOS 7

Introduction lnav, which stands for Log File Navigator, is a CLI-log file viewer built for small scale solutions. It is totally free, easy to use...

How to measure disk performance with fio and IOPing

Introduction Whether it's a server, or a PC for work, what usually limits performances is disk speed. Even if using SSDs, their speed is not...

How to install Visual Studio Code and .NET Core on RHEL...

Introduction It was November 2014 when Microsoft announced the open sourcing of .NET with a project named .NET Core. It was announced as a smaller...

How to install Mattermost on RHEL 7.1

Introduction Mattermost is an open source, private cloud Slack-alternative. A workplace messaging system for web, PCs and phones, released under the MIT license. In a previous...

How to install Nextcloud on CentOS 7

Introduction In a previous tutorial we talked about the installation of Nextcloud on an Ubuntu 16.04 server with Apache. Remember, Nextcloud is a cloud storage...

What your inner computer geek should know about Python and Linux

Having been around computers since my youngest years I have always been curious how they work, so I started playing around with them. I...

Install Mattermost with PostgreSQL on Ubuntu 16.04

Introduction Mattermost is a workplace messaging system for web, PCs and phones. It's an open source alternative to Slack. A complete Mattermost installation consists of three...

How to install ownCloud 9.1.4 on CentOS 7

Introduction OwnCloud 9.1.4 is an open source software for file sharing and data synchronization that is very useful in the enterprise sector, with an easy...

How to install and use EncryptPad on Ubuntu 16.04

Introduction EncryptPad is an application for editing symmetrically encrypted text. It provides a tool for encrypting and decrypting binary files, and it uses the format...

How to install WordPress with Docker on Ubuntu 16.04

Introduction For those who don't know, WordPress is a famous content management system based on PHP and MySQL, distributed under the terms of the GNU...

Install Grunt and Grunt-cli on Ubuntu 16.04

Introduction Grunt is a JavaScript task runner, which helps in performing repetitive tasks like minification, compilation, unit testing, and linting. This means that a developer...

Install OTRS on Ubuntu 16.04 with Apache

Introduction OTRS (Open-Source Ticket Request System) is a web-based ticketing system, widely used by businesses for services like customer support, help desks and call centres....

Installing Elastic Stack on CentOS 7

Introduction For those who don't know, Elastic Stack (ELK Stack) is an infrastructure software program made up of multiple components developed by Elastic. The components include: Beats:...

Install and configure Rclone on Debian 8

Introduction Rclone is a command line program developed to sync files and directories to and from various cloud storage services, like Google Drive, Amazon S3,...

Hacking FFmpeg With Python – Part One

FFmpeg is a great multimedia framework that helps you deal with your audio and video files. What do I mean by this? Well, you...