XWiki is a free and open source, Java-based advanced wiki software platform. It runs on servlet containers like JBoss, Tomcat, Jetty etc. It also uses a database such as MySQL or PostgreSQL to store its information. There are several methods of installing XWiki. In this tutorial, we are going to show you how to install XWiki using Debian (.DEB) packages, which is the recommended installation method for a production XWiki setup because all components needed by XWiki for a production instance will be automatically installed on your server. We will use a Debian 9 VPS but you should be able to install XWiki following this tutorial on all Debian based Linux distributions. By following this tutorial, you should have XWiki installed and running in no more than 10 minutes. (more…)
In this tutorial, we will show you how to install PHP 7.2 on Debian 9. PHP 7.2 has been officially released as of November 30th, 2017, and the release has new features and numerous improvements such as:
ownCloud is a flexible, self-hosted open source PHP web application used for data synchronization and file sharing. ownCloud allows you to easily manage your files, calendars, contacts, to-do lists, and more, making it a great alternative to the popular Google Drive, Box, Dropbox, iCloud and other cloud platforms. Installing ownCloud on Debian, is fairly easy task and should not take more then 15 minutes. This guide should work on other Debian based systems as well but was tested and written for Debian 9 VPS. Let’s get started with installing ownCloud on your Debian 9 server.
We’ll show you how to speed up Drupal using Varnish on a Debian 9 VPS. Drupal is a popular open source web content management software written in PHP. Drupal is compatible with Varnish 3 and Varnish 4. It is a cross-platform application and supports all popular operating systems, but this tutorial was written for Debian 9 OS. At the time of writing this tutorial, the latest stable version of Drupal is 8.4.4, and it requires:
We’ll show you how to install Observium on a Debian 9 server. Observium is a network monitoring software written in PHP. It is a cross-platform application and supports all popular operating systems, but this tutorial was written for Debian 9 OS. At the time of writing this tutorial, the latest stable version of Observium is 17.9, and it requires: