How to install LEMP server on CentOS 8

LEMP, an acronym for Linux Nginx ( Pronounced and Engine-X) MySQL and PHP is a popular web development stack used by developers to test and launch websites. LEMP is a close cousin to the LAMP server which ships with Apache webserver instead of Nginx. In this tutorial, we demonstrate how to install LEMP server on […]

How to install Pip on Ubuntu 20.04

If you have used Python before, chances are that you have heard of PIP. So what is it? Pip is the defacto package manager for Python packages. It allows you to install, and manage Python packages in an easy and convenient manner. PIP comes included by default in Linux systems running Python 3.4 and later. […]

Install Bashtop on Linux – A Nifty Resource Monitor For Linux

The Linux top and htop system monitors are commonly used in displaying metrics about Linux systems give an overview of the running processes, CPU and memory utilization among other statistics. However, these command-line tools are limited in giving a detailed overview of ins and outs of your system’s performance. A cool way to monitor your […]

How to install and run docker on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS

Docker is a free and opensource containerization platform that allows developers to develop and deploy applications in isolated environments called containers. Containers ship with their own libraries and dependencies that make it possible to develop standardized code in complete isolation from the host system. In this guide, you will learn how to install and run […]

How to check the CPU temperature on Ubuntu

Keeping your CPU temperature at an optimum level is crucial for the smooth running of your system. Overheating can be detrimental to your PC and If not kept in check, it can damage other motherboard components. Modern PCs usually have a sound cooling system that keeps the temperature in check and prevents overheating. The same […]

How to install Plex media server on CentOS 8

Plex is a client-server media server that lets you organize and stream your music, movies, pictures on your PC. Also, once you have a Plex media server installed on your PC, you can access your media files through the internet. Plex is a cross-platform media server and can easily be installed on Windows, Linux, and […]

How to install Yay helper on ArchLinux

ArchLinux comes with 2 main helpers, Aurman – commonly referred to as aur)  and Yaourt. However, both have been deprecated and discontinued in favor of Yay (Yet Another Yogurt). Written in the Golang Go language, Yay is an Aur helper that was developed with minimal dependencies and minimal user input. It performs just as well […]

How to install Cockpit on CentOS 8

Cockpit is a free and easy-to-use front-end server management tool that allows Linux users and system administrators to monitor and troubleshoot pesky issues on their systems. Cockpit is accessed through a web browser and its dashboard gives you a peek of your server’s health alongside other system statistics such as network usage, disk space, and […]

How to install NextCloud on Debian 10

Nextcloud is a self-hosted file share and collaboration platform. NextCloud works much like cloud applications like DropBox and Google Drive. It allows you to store and share your files in a secure and convenient manner across both desktop and hand-held devices such as smartphones. In this tutorial, you will learn how to install NextCloud on […]

How to install Redis on Debian 10

Written in C language, Redis is a cross-platform opensource NoSQL, in-memory Key-value database that was written by Salvatore Sanfilippo. WIt can be used as a cache, a database, and a message broker. Redis is an acronym for Remote Dictionary Server, and in this guide, you will learn how to install Redis on Debian 10 (buster). Requirements […]

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