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How to Install and Setup iRedMail Mail Server on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS

Welcome to our tutorial on how install iRedMail mail server on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS. iRedMail is an opensource mail server solution. It provides a fully-fledged and fully featured mail server at no cost at all. Some of the reasons why you may want to consider iRedMail for your mail server include; It enables you to have a complete control over...

Installing Webmin Web-based Linux System Administration Tool Fedora 29/28/CentOS 7

Webmin is an open-source perl based program that simplifies the administration of Linux/Unix systems through a web interface. Talk about system package installation, removal, managing user accounts, network administration, firewall configurations, exporting files and directories etc. It is commonly used in web hosting control panels. In this guide, we are going to learn how to install Webmin on Fedora...

How to Upgrade ownCloud 9 to ownCloud 10 on Ubuntu 16.04

Hello there, welcome to our guide on how to upgrade ownCloud 9 to ownCloud 10 on Ubuntu 16.04 . ownCloud 10 also ownCloud X is the lastest version. So you could be still running ownCloud server version 9 and whenever you want to synchronize your files with your upto-date ownCloud desktop client you get some version mismatch issues? Worry not...

How to Protect SSH Server Authentication with Fail2ban Ubuntu 18.04

Hello there. Welcome to our tutorial on how to protect SSH server authentication with fail2ban on Ubuntu 18.04. Fail2ban is intrusion prevention tool written in Python programming language to protect servers or any service that requires authentication from brute-force attacks. Fail2ban scans the server/service logs for any abnormally and ban any malicious IP associated with it. For example multiple SSH failed...

How to Install and Use WPScan WordPress Vulnerability Scanner Ubuntu 18.04

This guide discusses how to Install and Use WPScan WordPress Vulnerability Scanner Ubuntu 18.04. WPScan, which is an acronym for WordPress Security Scanner, is a free black box vulnerability scanner written on Ruby programming language to help security professionals and blog maintainers to test the vulnerabilities on their WordPress sites. It helps unearth any vulnerability associated with WordPress themes, plugins,...

How to Install and Configure Zabbix 4.0 from Source on Fedora 29/Fedora 28/CentOS 7

In this guide, we are going to learn how to install and configure Zabbix 4.0 from source on Fedora 29/Fedora 28/CentOS 7. Zabbix is an enterprise class open-source monitoring solution designed for real time monitoring of networks, servers, virtual machines and cloud sources. It also monitors any possible server performance metrics and incidents such as CPU utilization, memory utilization, Network...

How to Install and Setup DHCP Server on Fedora 29/Fedora 28/CentOS 7

This tutorial discusses how to install and setup DHCP server on Fedora29/Fedora28/CentOS 7. Hosts in in a TCP/IP network utilizes the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) to automatically learn their IPv4 settings. The DHCP server can allow both permanent and temporary lease of IP addresses to the hosts in a network. Most commonly, the hosts are assigned temporary IP...

How to Protect Apache Web Directories with Password on Ubuntu 18.04

Hello there. Welcome to our guide on how to protect Apache web directories with password on Ubuntu 18.04. This will enable you to restrict access to various sections of your web site. In this regard, Apache supports two contexts in which Authentication directives can be applied and these are; Directory and htaccess. While the authentication directives can be used within...

How to Install and Configure Squid Proxy on Fedora 29/Fedora 28/CentOS 7

Welcome guys to this very tutorial on how to install and configure Squid proxy on Fedora 29/Fedora 28/CentOS 7. Squid is a full-featured web proxy cache server application which provides proxy and cache services for HTTP, FTP, SSL requests and DNS lookups. It also performs transparent caching that reduces bandwidth and improves response time by caching and reusing frequently requested...

How To Install LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP) Stack on Fedora 28/29

In our previous article, we covered how to install LEMP (Linux, Nginx,MySQL/MariaDB, PHP) Stack on Fedora 28/29. Well, here we are again on yet another guide on how to install LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP) Stack on Fedora 28/29. Update your system package repositories dnf update -y Install Apache Web server Apache is available on default Fedora repositories. Thus run the command beiow...