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How To Set Up Network Monitoring System using LibreNMS on CentOS/RHEL 7

This guide will show you how to install and configure LibreNMS on CentOS/RHEL 7 with Nginx as web server and MariaDB as database.
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How To Set Up Network Monitoring System using LibreNMS on Ubuntu 16.04

This tutorial will walk you through the steps to install a free and open source LibreNMS on an Ubuntu 16.04.

LibreNMS is an open source auto-discovering PHP/MySQL/SNMP based network monitoring which includes support for a wide range of network hardware and operating systems including Cisco, Linux, FreeBSD, Juniper, Brocade, Foundry, HP and many more.
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How To Set Up Content Management System (CMS) using Pico on Ubuntu 16.04

This guide will show you how to install and configure Pico CMS on an Ubuntu 16.04.

Pico is an open source Content Management System. It is a flat file CMS, which means that there is no administration backend or database to deal with. You simply create markdown files in the content folder and those files become your pages. There’s much more to Pico than that though.
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How To Display CPU Utilization, Temperature and Power Consumption on Linux Terminal

S-tui is a free and open source terminal UI for monitoring CPU temperature, utilization, frequency and power consumption in a graphical way directly from the Linux terminal.
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How To Set Up a Highly Available Nginx Cluster using Pacemaker on CentOS/RHEL 7

This guide will show you how to set up a highly available Nginx active-passive cluster on CentOS/RHEL 7. In an active-passive cluster, all services run on a primary node. If the primary node goes down, all services get automatically moved to the next available server in the cluster. An active-passive cluster makes it possible to do maintenance work without interruption.
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How To Set Up a Highly Available Apache Cluster Using Pacemaker on CentOS/RHEL 7

This guide will show you how to set up a highly available Apache active-passive cluster on CentOS/RHEL 7. In an active-passive cluster, all services run on a primary node. If the primary node goes down, all services get automatically moved to the next available node in the cluster. An active-passive cluster makes it possible to do maintenance work without interruption.
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How To Install and Configure Univention Corporate Server (UCS)

This tutorial will walk you through the steps to install and configure your first univention corporate server (UCS). Univention Corporate Server (UCS) is a server operating system based on Debian GNU/Linux with integrated management system for the centralized administration of servers, services, clients and users.
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How To Set Up Network Monitoring System using Observium on Ubuntu/Debian

This guide will show you how to install and configure Observium on Ubuntu or Debian.

Observium is an open source and light weight network monitoring tool. It allows you to monitor all of the network devices and operating systems in your datacenter. Observium provides a powerful yet simple and easy to use web interface to monitor the health and status of your network devices.
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An Introduction to Univention Corporate Server

Univention Corporate Server (UCS) is a server operating system based on Debian GNU/Linux with integrated management system for the central administration of servers, services, clients, and users.
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How To Set Up Laravel on Ubuntu 16.04


Laravel is a free and open source Php framework with model view controller design pattern.

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Boost Your Computer Performance with TuneUp Utilities 2014

 

TuneUp Utilities 2014 takes PC optimization to the next level to keep your Windows® PC, laptop, and tablet in top shape. New features in version 2014 include: You can download fully functional version from the link below.
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How To Encrypt Your Important Data with Encryptpad on Ubuntu 16.04


EncryptPad is an open source application for viewing and editing symmetrically encrypted text. Using a simple and convenient graphical and command line interface, EncryptPad provides a tool for encrypting and decrypting binary files on disk while offering effective measures for protecting information, and it uses the most widely chosen quality file format OpenPGP RFC 4880. Unlike other OpenPGP software which main purpose is asymmetric encryption, the primary focus of EncryptPad is symmetric encryption.
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How To Set Up a Complete Web Hosting Solution on an Debian 9 Server


This tutorial walks you through the steps to set up a complete web hosting solution on an Debian 9 server with ISPConfig 3.
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How To Set Up a Complete Web Hosting Solution on an Ubuntu 16.04 Server


This tutorial will walk you through the steps to set up an Ubuntu 16.04 a complete web hosting server with Apache2, Postfix, Dovecot, Bind and PureFTPD to make it ready for the of ISPConfig 3.1 setup. This entire setup will serve a Web, Mail, Mailinglist, DNS and FTP Services.
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How to Block Advertisements at the DNS Level using Pi-hole and OpenVPN


Online ads are not only irritating but also potential sources of malware on your devices. While there are plugins designed to block ads on a per-application/per-device basis. However, stopping advertisements at the DNS level provides a much more complete solution across all of your applications and devices at once.
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How To Install Apache CouchDB on CentOS 7 Server


Apache CouchDB is an open source, document-oriented NoSQL database software that's focused on scalable architecture. Each database is a collection of independent documents, and does not store data and relationships in tables.
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How To Install Grafana on Ubuntu 17.10


Grafana is an open source data visualization and monitoring tool. It offers support for Graphite, Elasticsearch, Included, Prometheus, and many more databases. The Grafana suite comes with a informative dashboard and metric analytics, allows you to manage and create your own dashboard for your apps or infrastructure performance monitoring.
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How To Install SoftHSM on an Ubuntu 16.04 Server


SoftHSM is basically an implementation of a cryptographic store accessible through a PKCS #11 interface. The PKCS#11 interface is used to communicate or access the cryptographic devices such as HSM (Hardware Security Modules) and smart cards. The primary purpose of HSM devices is to generate cryptographic keys and sign/encrypt information without revealing the private key to the others.
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How To Install and Use TensorFlow on Ubuntu 17.10



TensorFlow is an open-source machine learning software built by Google to train neural networks. TensorFlow's neural networks are expressed in the form of stateful dataflow graphs. Each node in the graph represents the operations performed by neural networks on multi-dimensional arrays. These multi-dimensional arrays are commonly known as "tensors", hence the name TensorFlow.
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