How to Install Zikula CMS on Ubuntu

Zikula is a free and open-source software that anyone can use to build anything they want. It’s easy enough for even your grandma. Zikula means “plus” in Swahili language, so it translates as “more than” or “something more”. The name embodies what this project provides – an extension beyond common web technologies with tools like…

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How to Install MariaDB on Debian 11

MariaDB is a popular open-source database management system used in many production systems. MariaDB was born after Sun Microsystems acquired MySQL in 2008. MariaDB is written under the liberal open source GPLv2 license and is developed by some of the original developers of MySQL, who forked the project due to concerns over then-owner Oracle’s intentions…

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How to Install and Configure SSH Server on Ubuntu 20.04

Connection security is the most important criteria when setting up a remote connection between a client and a server . SSH protocol is the best way for Ubuntu users to remotely access and manage servers. SSH encrypts all data sent between machines, ensuring that no sensitive data is leaked. SSH encryption protects against threats such…

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How to Install Fork CMS on Ubuntu 20.04

Fork CMS is an open-source content management system (CMS) platform. It has been in development for over 10 years and was designed to be completely modular – you can choose what modules work best with your website’s needs without any coding knowledge necessary! The fork comes from the word “fork” which means different things depending…

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How to Write and Run a C Program on Ubuntu

C language is one of the earliest programming languages. It is simple and easy to learn. Formerly C programming was performed on Turbo C, a discontinued integrated development environment. But nowadays it can be easily executed on different operating systems. In this guide, you will learn how to write your first C program using the…

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How to Install OpenCart on Ubuntu

OpenCart is a free shopping cart system and is one of the most popular open-source carts. It is a complete website solution that provides not only an ecommerce platform, but also an administration system to control your online store, and secure it against hackers. OpenCart includes all the features you would expect from a high-quality…

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How to Use RSYNC to Backup Data on Ubuntu

Loss of valuable data and not being able to recover it is the most painful incident that can happen to any of us. To take precautions against this problem, a backup copy of the data needs to be created. A data backup is a copy of valuable data kept on your devices, such as computers,…

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Install and Use Vagrant VM Automation Tool on Ubuntu 20.04

Vagrant is a very useful automation software when you craete virtual machines regularly, e.g. for software testing and DevOps. It is a command line tool that is used by developers to build and manage their preferred virtual machines. It makes it easy for developers to set up a developing environment that works on many operating…

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How to Install Elasticsearch on Debian 11

Elasticsearch is a free and open-search software, meaning its source code can be inspected and used for any purpose. Elasticsearch is just one part of the ELK stack (Elasticsearch, Logstash, and Kibana) which constitute an open-source log analytics platform. It enables users to analyze data stored in virtually any structured or unstructured format across numerous…

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How to Install Cockpit with free Let’s Encrypt SSL Certificate on Debian 11

Cockpit is free, open-source software that provides a web-based graphical interface for Linux servers and appliances (such as firewalls and network switches). Cockpit is a web-based server administration tool targeted at the new generation of sysadmins who need to manage many Linux servers. Its main goal is to make multiple managing servers more accessible. Cockpit…

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