Install OpenLiteSpeed on Ubuntu 16.04

Today we will show you, how to install and configure OpenLiteSpeed on your Ubuntu 16.04 VPS. OpenLiteSpeed is a lightweight, open source HTTP server developed and copyrighted by LiteSpeed Technologies, Inc. It provides a user friendly web interface and supports various operating systems, including Linux, Mac OS, SunOS and FreeBSD. It is fairly easy to install OpenLiteSpeed on an Ubuntu 16.04 VPS. The installation process should take about 10-15 minutes, if you follow the very easy steps described below. (more…)

How to Install Nextcloud 12 on Ubuntu 16.04

How to Install Nextcloud 12 on Ubuntu 16.04

Today we will show you how to install Nextcloud on  Ubuntu 16.04, using Apache web-server and MySQL database.

Nextcloud is open source self-hosted file sync and share application forked from ownCloud. It has a lot of extra Calendar, Sync and Contacts features, apart from their file hosting features and it is a great free alternative to some popular services such as Google Drive, Dropbox, Box, etc.

It is fairly easy to install Nextcloud on an Ubuntu 16.04 VPS. The installation process should take about 5-10 minutes if you follow the very easy steps described below. (more…)

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How to install phpBB on Ubuntu 16.04

phpBB is an open source bulletin board forum software that provides a virtual space for discussion among the members of your website. It has a huge variety of features like flat topic structure, sub-forums, forum-specific styles, user groups, group-based permissions, database query and template caching, support for PHP 7, multiple database engines and much more. With phpBB’s extensive features you can create your own forum in a matter of minutes and what’s most important, it’s completely free.

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silverstripe cms

How to install SilverStripe CMS on Ubuntu 16.04

Today, we will show you how to install SilverStripe on an Ubuntu 16.04 VPS using the Apache web-server and a MySQL database.

SilverStripe is popular and widely-used open source CMS. It uses the SilverStripe framework (previously Sapphire Framework). Because of the framework, developers can easily customize and extend the CMS and make it their own. With SilverStripe, you can create websites and applications with ease. It has all the features you’d need in a CMS. SilverStripe is a popular choice when looking for an alternative CMS to WordPress. It is fairly easy to install SilverStripe on an Ubuntu 16.04 VPS. The installation process should take about 5-10 minutes if you follow the very easy steps described below. (more…)

upgrade ubuntu

How To Upgrade Your Ubuntu VPS to 16.04 LTS

We’ll show you, How To Upgrade Your Ubuntu VPS to 16.04 LTS. When an Ubuntu OS release reaches its ‘end of life’ it receives no further maintenance updates, including critical security upgrades, so it is highly recommended to upgrade to the latest Ubuntu version. In this tutorial, we will show you how to upgrade your Ubuntu VPS from Ubuntu 14.04 LTS (Trusty Tahr) to Ubuntu 16.04 LTS version (Xenial Xerus), skipping the non-LTS releases in-between.
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install owncloud 9 on ubuntu

How to install ownCloud 9 on Ubuntu

In today’s tutorial, we will explain how to install ownCloud 9.0 on a fresh Ubuntu 16.04 LTS installation. ownCloud is a self-hosted, open source, file sync and share app platform written in PHP. With ownCloud you can sync and access your files through a web interface, create contacts, calendars and bookmarks, easily share your data across devices, preview and edit your text files, documents and images and much more. It’s a great alternative to Dropbox, Google Drive and similar file-sharing services.

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How to install Caddy on Ubuntu 16.04

In this tutorial, we will show you how to install Caddy on a Ubuntu 16.04 VPS. Caddy is a modern, general-purpose, multi-platform web server which supports Virtual hosting, HTTP/2, IPv6, Markdown, WebSockets, FastCGI, automatic HTTPS via Let’s Encrypt, templates and more. This guide should work on other Linux VPS systems as well but was tested and written for an Ubuntu 16.04 VPS.

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