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Installing Plesk on Windows Server 2012

Verified and Tested 7/16/2016 Introduction Plesk is a commercial web hosting platform released under Plesk Inc. Plesk is a cross-platform control panel compatible with both Windows and Linux operating systems. In this article, we will be going over how to install Plesk on your Windows 2012 server. Prerequisites A Server with Windows Server 2012. If […]

How to Use OpenSSH to Connect to Your Linux Server

Introduction This how-to will show how to use the OpenSSH program to connect one Linux server to another via command line. It’s a very simple process that requires little know-how, but can be useful for many projects. Normally, on Windows, you would just use the software PuTTY to connect through SSH, but this isn’t available […]

Install Java (JRE or JDK) on Ubuntu 16.04

Verified and Tested 03/4/16 Introduction If you had the option to choose between a base model car or a fully loaded model, which one will you choose? Both cars will take you from point A to point B, but with the fully loaded car you have additional features that can make rush hour a chill […]

Install WordPress Ubuntu 16.04

Verified and Tested 06/15/15 Introduction This how-to will take you through installing WordPress on Ubuntu 16.04. WordPress is a content management system which is free and open source. Since it is open source, there are a numerous amount of themes and plugins that are readily available to you. Although it is typically used as a […]

Install Nginx, MySQL, PHP (LEMP) stack on Ubuntu 16.04

Verified and Tested 03/3/15 Introduction This how-to will show you how to install LEMP on a Ubuntu 16.04 cloud server or VPS. LEMP is a web service stack that consists of a Linux operating system, Nginx (pronounced “engine-x”), MySQL, and PHP. The main difference between LAMP and LEMP is that LAMP uses Apache, and LEMP […]

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