This is the installation guide for how to install Ubuntu 18.04 operating system written step by step with the images and the explanations of each step for the installation. Instructions for installation of Ubuntu operating system are often not necessary because the process is quite simple. Before Install You can download Ubuntu here: https://www.ubuntu.com/download/desktop If you’re going to be installing Ubuntu on a physical server, you will have to download and burn the ISO image onto an external media like CD/DVD or flash drive… On Windows machines, you may right-click the ISO image and select Burn disc image as shown in the image below… then choose the DVD drive with a blank DVD disc to burn to… To burn to[…]

In this article you will learn how to install CentOS 7 in a few easy steps. CentOS is a Linux distribution company similar to Redhat Enterprise Linux was released it’s first version on year 2004, Till now the versions released by CentOS are CentOS 3, 4, 5, 6, 7. CentOS 7 is the latest version which was released on year 2014. To start the installation process of CentOS 7 Server version / CentOS 7 Desktop version insert the installation bootable media in DVD-ROM/RW and keep the DVD-ROM as a first boot device to allow the system to boot from CentOS 7 bootable media OR if you are trying to install on Vmware Workstation then you can use iso image. After[…]

In this guide, we will walk you through the installation of a Debian 9 (Stretch) Minimal Server, using the netinstall CD ISO image. This installation you will carry out is appropriate for building a future customizable server platform, without a GUI (Graphical User Interface). You can use it to install only the necessary software packages that you need to work with, which we will show you in future guides. However, before you move further, read the system requirements, download the netinstall CD ISO image and then proceed to the Debian 9 installation instructions. Let’s check, what is new in the Debian 9 MariaDB replaces MySQL variants (MySQL 5.5 or 5.6) Both Firefox and Thunderbird are back to Debian and replace[…]

Wiki-style documentation has grown in popularity over the past decade. Community-editable documentation projects offer a system that can distribute the workload among contributors, can be made publicly or privately accessible, and can scale easily. There are many different wiki applications that each have their strengths depending on your needs. One choice is DokuWiki, which is a very light-weight wiki that can be set up easily. DokuWiki uses a simple file format to store its data, so it does not require you to maintain a database. This makes migrating and scaling trivial. In this guide, we will discuss how to install DokuWiki with an Nginx server on an Ubuntu VPS. Step 1 – Update the system and install necessary packages Make[…]

WordPress is the widely used Content Management System. It is easy to use and open source web software. The WordPress uses the PHP as the BackEnd and MySQL for the Database connection. WordPress is the most famous CMS framework in the world that is used for building simple blogs or professional websites. In this tutorial, we will show you how to set up WordPress with an Apache web server on FreeBSD 10.1. Before you begin this guide, you must have a FAMP (FreeBSD, Apache, MySQL, and PHP) stack server setup. 1. First Step – Install Additional PHP Modules When you install the FAMP stack, you will get PHP modules installed on your FreeBSD. They are not sufficient for the WordPress.[…]