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Django is a python framework used for developing dynamic websites and applications. It follows the MVC (Model-View-Controller) architecture. In this tutorial, you will learn how to install the Django framework on a Ubuntu 22.04 server. You will also create a demo project and test it out.
Neo4j is a graph database used to create data relationships. This tutorial will teach you how to install and configure Neo4j on a Ubuntu 22.04 server.
Unbound is free and open-source DNS server software that can be used for validating, recursive, and caching DNS resolvers. In this tutorial, you will install Unbound on Ubuntu 22.04 server and set it up as a Local DNS Server with some features enabled, such as DNSSEC, DNS cache, local domain names a ...
Cerb is a free, open-source, fast, and flexible platform for business collaboration and automation. It is a web-based tool used for sending a high volume of emails. This tutorial will show you how to install the Cerb Automation tool on Ubuntu 22.04.
Fathom is privacy-focused web analytics that delivers clean and concise data about your websites. This tutorial shows you how to install Fathom Privacy-Focused Website Analytics on a Debian 11 server.
KeeWeb is an open-source and cross-platform password manager compatible with KeePass. This post will explain how to install the KeeWeb password manager on Ubuntu 22.04.
Minikube is a free and open-source tool that comes with a set of built-in add-ons that helps you to set up a Kubernetes cluster in your local system. This tutorial will teach how to install Minikube on Debian 11.
Drupal is an open-source content management system (CMS) written in PHP. Many organizations worldwide use it to create blogs, government sites, corporate websites, and more. This tutorial will teach you how to install Drupal using Docker on a Ubuntu 22.04 server.
MongoDB is an open-source, cross-platform, and distributed NoSQL (Non-SQL or Non-Relational) database system. In this tutorial, you will install MongoDB NoSQL Database on Rocky Linux 9 server.
Debian 11, codename "Bullseye" has been released on 14th August 2021. It is a stable release and is supported for the next 5 years. In this article, I will show you how to upgrade from Debian 10 to the new Debian 11 in a few easy steps.