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Install and Configure OpenLDAP server on Fedora 29

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This guide will take you through the steps required to install and configure OpenLDAP server on Fedora 29. As you already know, OpenLDAP is an implementation of Light weight directory access protocol (LDAP). It provides a central management point for user information. Install and Configure OpenLDAP server on Fedora 29 Update and upgrade your system packages; dnf update dnf upgrade To install LDAP server...

How to Install Osquery on Ubuntu 18.04

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In this guide, we are going to learn how to install osquery on Ubuntu 18.04. Osquery is an opensource tool that queries an operating system as if it were a relational database. It leverage SQL-like queries to gather Operating System information for performance, security, compliance audit analysis. It runs on multiple platforms such as Linux, FreeBSD, MacOS, Windows systems. Install...

Install Microsoft SQL Server 2017 on Fedora 29/CentOS 7

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Welcome to our guide on how to install Microsoft SQL server 2017 on Fedora 29/CentOS 7. Before you can follow through, ensure that your server meets the following minimum requirements; At least 2GB of RAM 64-bit CPU architecture At least 6GB of disk space At least 2x2GHZ CPU cores EXT4 or XFS filesystem Install Microsoft SQL Server 2017 on Fedora...

Install Grafana Monitoring Tool on Fedora 29

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This is yet another guide on how to install Grafana monitoring tool on Fedora 29. Install Grafana Monitoring Tool on Fedora 29 To install Grafana on Fedora 29, we are going to use any of the following two methods; Installing Grafana using RPM file Installing Grafana from YUM repos Before you can start to install Grafana on Fedora 29, you may want...

Install Grafana Metrics Monitoring Tool on Debian 9

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Hello guys, we are at it again on how to install Grafana metrics monitoring tool on Debian 9. Our previous guide was on installing Grafana Data monitoring tool on Ubuntu 18.04. Well, as you already know, Grafana is an opensource time series data analytic and monitoring tool. Grafana provides beautiful graphing options for the collected system metrics. Among the...

Install Grafana Data Visualization Tool on Ubuntu 18.04

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Good day all. Welcome to our guide on how to install Grafana data visualization tool on Ubuntu 18.04. Grafana is an opensource tool for visualizing data collected from different types of data stores such as Prometheus, InfluxDB, Elasticsearch, Graphite, MySQL and several other databases. Install Grafana Data Visualization Tool on Ubuntu 18.04 The default Ubuntu 18.04 repositories do not have the...

How to Install Redis on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS

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This guide presents a simple of how to install Redis on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS. So what is Redis? Redis is a free and open-source in-memory database. It implements different key-value data structures some of them being sets, bitmaps, hashes, lists, strings, streams...Redis can function as a cache, database or message broker. How to Install Redis on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS To begin...

Install FreeRADIUS with daloRADIUS on Debian 9

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In this guide, we are going to learn how to Install FreeRADIUS with daloRADIUS on Debian 9 stretch. As you already know, FreeRADIUS is an opensource high performance and highly configurable RADIUS suite that provides centralized network authentication on systems such as 802.1x (WiFi), dialup, PPPoE, VPN's, VoIP, etc. Among the database back-ends that it supports include OpenLDAP, MySQL,...

Install LAMP Stack on Debian 9

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Welcome to our guide on how to install LAMP Stack on Debian 9. LAMP Stack basically stands for Linux server, Apache web server, MariaDB/MySQL relational database and PHP the server side scripting language. These all components are installed together on a server so that it can be able host websites and web applications. Install LAMP Stack on Debian 9 The first...

Install and Configure FreeRADIUS with daloRADIUS on Fedora 29

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In this tutorial, we are going to learn how to install and configure FreeRADIUS with daloRADIUS on Fedora 29. FreeRADIUS is the most popular opensource, high performance and highly configurable multi-protocol RADIUS server across the globe. RADIUS stands for Remote Authentication Dial In User Service. It provides centralized network authentication, authorization and accounting services for most tier 1 Internet Service...