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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...

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 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 and configure Jenkins on Ubuntu 16.04

Introduction Jenkins is an automation server written in Java, as a fork of the Hudson project. It helps to automate part of the software development...

Let’s Encrypt your Apache webserver on CentOS 7

Introduction It was September when, with a post on its blog, Google announced that starting from Chrome 56, its browser will mark non-secure pages containing...

Mount remote directories with SSHFS

Introduction For those who don't know, SSHFS stands for Secure SHell FileSystem. It's a client that enables us to interact with remote directories through SFTP...

New release of CentOS Linux 7

Introduction Since the release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.3, we've been waiting for a new version of CentOS. And, of course, it's no surprise...

Install Redmine 3 on CentOS 7 with Nginx as web server

Introduction Redmine is a web application for project management, written entirely using Ruby on Rails, and released under the terms of GPLv2. Some of its features...

How to install LDAP on CentOS 7

Introduction LDAP stands for Lightweight Directory Access Protocol and, as the name suggests, it's a standard protocol for accessing and maintaining distributed directory information services...

Fedora 25 released!

Fedora 25, a lot of improvements On November 22,Red Hat's Fedora community Linux distribution debuted its second major milestone release of 2016. Fedora is not...

WireShark 2.2.2: 30 bug fixes

WireShark is the most popular network protocol analyzer. Admins use it mostly for troubleshooting, developers for testing new protocols, and it's also a very...

Privilege-escalation bug present for 9 years in Linux

Under active exploit There is a critical bug, Dirty COW, present virtually on all GNU/Linux distributions, under active exploit since 9 years ago. Security researchers, while...

Fedora 25: On the way of Wayland

This is not just another upgrade Fedora Project already announced the release of Fedora 25. It has been 13 years since the release of its...

OpenSSL fixed a critical flaw introduced on 22nd September patch

OpenSSL released a patch on 22nd September 2016 to address a lot of security holes. But four days later, with a security advisory, the...

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