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How to Install TeamSpeak 3 on your Ubuntu VPS

Tags: , Date/Time: November 15, 2016 @ 4:56 pm, by Jon Biloh

Today, we will go over the basics of how to install a TeamSpeak 3 server on your Ubuntu 16.04 VPS. Before you install TeamSpeak 3, it is recommended that you check your VPS provider’s terms and conditions just to make sure that your TeamSpeak 3 server doesn’t violate any rules. If you are looking for […]

How to Install LimeSurvey On Your VPS

Tags: , Date/Time: November 5, 2016 @ 4:51 pm, by Jon Biloh

LimeSurvey provides you with instant feedback from your users. When compared to services that sell survey services, hosting your own VPS to conduct online surveys could potentially save you some money. LimeSurvey is the leading free online survey app. In this article we will learn how to install LimeSurvey on an Ubuntu 16.04 VPS. Before […]

How to Rapidly Install Java, OpenJDK & Oracle JDK on your VPS

Tags: , Date/Time: December 14, 2015 @ 1:00 pm, by Maarten Kossen

Perhaps you’re using a Low End Box to host a game or some type of application that requires the Java Runtime Environment. Perhaps you’d like to use your VPS as a dev environment for your Java app? While the installation of Java on a Linux VPS is quite painless, it can be difficult to demystify […]

Start Selling Online: Install Magento using SSH

Tags: , Date/Time: November 24, 2015 @ 7:10 am, by SysAdmin

Black Friday and the shopping season are quickly descending upon us. Why not put your Low End Box to work for you? Installing the Magento Shopping Cart app using SSH is a painless install. Needless to say, installing Magento with SSH is one of the fastest ways to begin selling items online. About the Install […]

Setting Up Your VPS as a Squid Proxy Server

Tags: , , , Date/Time: November 16, 2015 @ 3:58 pm, by SysAdmin

Looking for a proxy server app that can be rapidly deployed on Linux? Installing Squid on your low end box can provide your organization with a robust proxy server that can facilitate a secure Internet connection for your end users. Squid can also provide logging, access control and antivirus capabilities though such features are outside […]

MySQL on CentOS 7 (MariaDB)

Tags: , Date/Time: October 19, 2015 @ 1:00 am, by Maarten Kossen

Welcome back to yet another tutorial in the CentOS 7 series! This time I will (again) continue where I left of last time, with the installation of PHP (specifically, PHP-FPM). The last tutorials are a prerequisite for this one, so if you haven’t followed those yet, now is the time to do so. We’re going […]

PHP on CentOS 7 (PHP-FPM)

Tags: , Date/Time: October 5, 2015 @ 1:00 pm, by Maarten Kossen

Welcome back! This week’s tutorial will focus on installing PHP on CentOS 7 and will continue were I left off last time: with the installation of NGINX. The last tutorial is a prerequisite for this one, so if you haven’t followed that one yet, now is the time to do so. We’re not going to […]

NGINX on CentOS 7

Tags: , Date/Time: September 21, 2015 @ 1:00 am, by Maarten Kossen

  Welcome back for another tutorial! This time I’m going to show you how to get started with NGINX on CentOS 7. CentOS 7 has been out for quite a while now, but it’s not become a standard quite yet. Since they made some big changes to the way CentOS works, migrations aren’t exactly what […]

Server monitoring with Icinga 2 – Part 2: the node (Ubuntu host)

Tags: , Date/Time: September 2, 2015 @ 1:00 pm, by Maarten Kossen

It’s been a long, long wait! But it’s finally here, the second part of the Icinga 2 tutorial that I’ve promised a while ago. Last time, we set up an Icinga 2 server to which we are now going to add a host. Unlike with Nagios, you can add hosts “automatically” in Icinga 2 out […]

Server monitoring with Icinga 2 – Part 1: the server (Ubuntu host)

Tags: , Date/Time: June 29, 2015 @ 1:00 am, by Maarten Kossen

Nagios has, for a long time, been the defacto standard tool for server monitoring. These day that’s surprising, as Nagios’ visible development has been quite slow over the past years and new solutions have popped up meanwhile. Not just self-hosted solutions, but cloud-based solutions with fancy metrics voodoo as well. Still, though, switching monitoring solutions […]

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