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How to install Ubuntu 17.04 Server, or ‘Zesty Zapus’

Introduction - Ubuntu 17.04 In April 2017, Canonical finally released the new version of it's GNU/Linux distribution, Ubuntu 17.04 - also named Zesty Zapus. In this...

Installing HAProxy for Load Balancing on CentOS 7

Introduction to Load Balancing Before we begin the tutorial, which will cover installing HAProxy for load balancing, let's first talk about the concept of load balancing. Many high-traffic...

How to install Cerb with Apache as web server on CentOS...

Introduction Cerb is a workflow and email automation system, excellent for large teams. Cerb is written in PHP and uses either MySQL or MariaDB as a...

Install Moodle 3.2 on a RHEL 7 server

Introduction Moodle is a learning platform designed to provide a single, integrated system for educational institutes. It powers tens of thousands of environments all over the...

Pytube: How to Download Youtube Videos with this Python Tool

Introduction pytube is a python package written for the main purpose of downloading videos from the famous video website Youtube. According to the official documentation...

How to install and configure Ghost Blog on Ubuntu 16.04

Introduction Ghost blog is a blogging and publishing platform, totally open source and written in JavaScript, using the Node.js framework. As stated on the official website,...

Installing Invoice Ninja on CentOS 7 w/ NGINX & MariaDB –...

Introduction In the first part of this tutorial, we configured a CentOS 7 server with all the prerequisites required by Invoice Ninja. Now, let's look...

Installing Invoice Ninja on CentOS 7 w/ NGINX & MariaDB –...

Introduction Invoice Ninja is a free and open source invoicing system. The site also provides invoicing through Software as a Service (SaaS). But, of course, it's...

Full monitoring system: Graphite, collectd and StatsD – Part 3

Introduction In our three part tutorial for installing and configuring a full monitoring system we have already installed both Graphite and collectd on the Ubuntu...

Full monitoring system: Graphite, collectd and StatsD – Part 2

Introduction In the first part of this series we installed and configured Graphite on an Ubuntu 16.04 server. Remember that Graphite is software for visualizing data, so...

Full Monitoring System: Installing Graphite, collectd and StatsD – Part 1

Introduction Collecting data (stats about servers, applications, daily site traffic, etc) is the first step when troubleshooting site issues, looking to implement performance improvements or...

How to deploy Rocket.Chat on AWS – Part II

Introduction This is the second part of the tutorial on how to deploy Rocket.Chat on AWS (Amazon Web Services). In part one we saw how to...

Install – Configure WordPress with NGINX and HHVM

Introduction HipHop Virtual Machine (HHVM) is an open-source virtual machine designed for executing programs written in Hack and PHP. It uses a just-in-time compilation to...

How to install – configure Ghost on openSUSE 42.2 Leap

What is Ghost? In the Web 2.0 era, blogs are an important part of like for many people, and the popularity of Wordpress and Tumblr,...

How to deploy Rocket.Chat on AWS – Part I

Introduction to Rocket.Chat We have already talked about Rocket.Chat, a private messaging system like Slack and Mattermost, and how to install and configure it on...

Install Magento on Ubuntu 16.04

Introduction Magento is an eCommerce open source software, and a content management system for eCommerce websites. It uses MySQL 5.6+ or MariaDB as possible databases,...

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...

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