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Open eShop eCommerce Platform

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...
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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...
Debian 9 'Stretch' Tutorial

Tutorial: How To Install Debian 9 ‘Stretch’

Introduction After 26 months of development the Debian project released its new stable version, Debian 9, code name 'Stretch'. Thanks to the work of the...

Logs Management: Graylog 2 on Ubuntu 16.04

Graylog: a powerful logs management system Graylog is an open source logs management system which parses and enriches log messages, wire and event data from...
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How to install MantisBT 2.4 on CentOS 7

Introduction Mantis Bug Tracker, or MantisBT, is a web based bug tracking system, available since November 2000. MantisBT is written in PHP and supports multiple...
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How to install LAMP stack on Ubuntu 17.04

Introduction LAMP stack is a group of tools installed on a server to enable hosting dynamic websites and web apps. The acronym stands for: Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP. In this tutorial we'll...

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...
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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...
Install - configure Ghost blog on openSUSE 42.2 Leap

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,...
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Installing Invoice Ninja on CentOS 7 w/ NGINX & MariaDB – Part 2

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...
WordPress with NGINX and HHVM

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...
Install - configure Ghost blog on openSUSE 42.2 Leap

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,...
Rocket.Chat on AWS

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...
lnav on CentOS 7

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...
NextCloud

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...
Python and Linux

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...
EncryptPad

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...
OTRS on Ubuntu 16.04

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....