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After installing Ubuntu Desktop there are some useful applications you may want to install as well. Dropbox is one such tool that most people will want to install. This brief tutorial is going to show students and new users how to easily install Dropbox…
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MariaDB is a drop-in replacement for MySQL database server. It is rapidly replacing MySQL as the default database server for Linux and other opensource systems. This brief tutorial is going to show students and new users how to download and install the…
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Want to encrypt traffic to your website or blog on Nginx using SSL/TLS certificate for free? Apparently using SSL/TLS on your websites is very important to Google and other search engines. This brief tutorial is going to show students and new users how to…
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This brief post shows students and new users how to install the latest versions of Nginx, aka Engine-X on Ubuntu 17.04 / 17.10 server. Nginx is a fast and lightweight web server that provide improved website performance. Nginx, an alternative to Apache2…
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Currently LibreOffice is the default productivity suite on almost all of Linux distributions, including Ubuntu. But prior to LibreOffice, OpenOffice was the default and probably the only trusted one that was available then. Fast forward, LibreOffice is…
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Part Three ( 3 ) of this series can be found here This is post # four ( 4 ) of this series and it’s going to show students and new users how to create WordPress databases. Our new series about WordPress is all about setting up and managing WordPress on…
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Part two of this series can be found here This is post number three ( 3 ) of this series and it’s optional. In this new series we show students and new users how to install and manage WordPress on Ubuntu. This post is only needed if you want to WordPress…
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Part One of this series can be found here. This is part two of our series where we show students and new users how to setup WordPress on Ubuntu. This post was tested on Ubuntu 17.04 / 17.10 and should also work with previous editions of Ubuntu. In part…
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This is a new series we’re starting on this blog called Setting up WordPress on Ubuntu. This series will show new users and students how to prepare Ubuntu for WordPress as well as installing and managing WordPress on Ubuntu. This is the first post in the…
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Managing Linux servers remotely via SSH can be daunting for new users and students. When you connect via SSH to a remote server, all you see is a terminal screen that allows you to run commands. For those afraid of Linux terminal, a better way is to…
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