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  • Published Tutorial

    How To Install and Configure Nextcloud on Debian 9

    Nextcloud, a fork of ownCloud, is a file sharing server that permits you to store your personal content, like documents and pictures, in a centralized location, much like Dropbox. The difference with Nextcloud is that...
    By Justin Ellingwood, Michael Lenardson Storage Applications Debian 9 Debian
  • Published Tutorial

    How To Install and Configure ownCloud on Debian 9

    ownCloud is an open-source file sharing server and collaboration platform that can store your personal content, like documents and pictures, in a centralized location. This allows you to take control of your content a...
    By Justin Ellingwood, Michael Lenardson Storage Applications Debian 9 Debian
  • Published Tutorial

    How To Install and Configure ownCloud on Ubuntu 18.04

    ownCloud is an open-source file sharing server and collaboration platform that can store your personal content, like documents and pictures, in a centralized location. This allows you to take control of your content a...
    By Justin Ellingwood, Michael Lenardson Storage Applications Ubuntu 18.04
  • Published Tutorial

    How To Install and Configure Nextcloud on Ubuntu 18.04

    Nextcloud, a fork of ownCloud, is a file sharing server that permits you to store your personal content, like documents and pictures, in a centralized location, much like Dropbox. The difference with Nextcloud is that...
    By Justin Ellingwood, Michael Lenardson Storage Applications Ubuntu 18.04
  • Published Tutorial

    How To Install and Configure Nextcloud on Ubuntu 16.04

    Nextcloud is fork of ownCloud, a file sharing server that permits you to store your personal content, like documents and pictures, in a centralized location, much like Dropbox. The difference with Nextcloud is that al...
    By Michael Lenardson Applications Apache Ubuntu Ubuntu 16.04
  • Published Tutorial

    How To Install MongoDB on CentOS 7

    MongoDB is a document-oriented database that is free and open-source. It is classified as a NoSQL database because it does not rely on a traditional table-based relational database structure. Instead, it uses JSON-lik...
    By Michael Lenardson MongoDB CentOS
  • Published Tutorial

    How To Install and Configure ownCloud on Ubuntu 16.04

    ownCloud is a file sharing server that permits you to store your personal content, like documents and pictures, in a centralized location, much like Dropbox. The difference with ownCloud is that it is free and open-so...
    By Michael Lenardson Applications Ubuntu 16.04
  • Published Tutorial

    How To Install and Configure ownCloud on CentOS 7

    ownCloud is a file sharing server that permits you to store your personal content, like documents and pictures, in a centralized location, much like Dropbox. The difference with ownCloud is that it is free and open-so...
    By Michael Lenardson Applications CentOS
  • Published Tutorial

    How To Install Go 1.7 on CentOS 7

    Go, often referred to as golang, is an open-source programming language developed by Google. It takes a minimalist approach to development with a focus on making it easy to build simple, reliable, and efficient softwa...
    By Michael Lenardson Go CentOS
  • Published Tutorial

    How To Set Up mod_rewrite for Apache on CentOS 7

    Apache is a modular web server that allows you to customize its capabilities by enabling and disabling modules. This provides administrators the ability to tailor the functionality of Apache to meet the needs of their...
    By Michael Lenardson Apache CentOS
  • Published Tutorial

    How To Move the Data Directory for ownCloud on Ubuntu 16.04

    ownCloud is a capable solution for storing your digital life on a private server. By default, data is saved on the same partition as the operating system, which may lead to a lack of free disk space.
    By Michael Lenardson Applications Block Storage Ubuntu 16.04
  • Published Answer

    What are your favorite bash aliases?

    alias ls='ls -AlhF --color=auto' NEVER terminal without it ;-)
    By mlenardson