How to Install Jitsi Meet on Ubuntu Server

Jitsi Meet is a free open source video conference web application available for free use online or with desktop software. Like Google Meet and Zoom video conferencing, You can easily create a Jitsi meeting in your browser within seconds without installing additional software or browser extensions. But Jitsi Meet doesn’t require an account to use Read More >

Using the InMotion WordPress UltraStack Playbook

As we start to expand on our Ansible Catalog, we are excited to provide our Ansible Playbook for deploying WordPress to the Open Source community! We have taken great care in developing our curated WordPress-UltraStack-Ansible playbook to allow system administrators, web developers, and content designers to easily deploy WordPress. To simplify the process of getting Read More >

How to Manually Upgrade Ubuntu 16.04 to the Latest Version

Some tasks require a specific operating system (OS) and version. Therefore, you can always re-OS your cloud server in Account Management Panel (AMP). Ubuntu 16.04 long term support (LTS) version reaches end of life (EOL) in 2024 according to Ubuntu’s release cycle. But if you’re ready for the latest version, you can manually upgrade Ubuntu Read More >

How to Install Let’s Encrypt SSL on Ubuntu with Certbot

Let’s Encrypt provides free SSLs for your websites to use secure (SSL) connections. Certbot is free open source software that allows you to easily create Let’s Encrypt SSLs on your cloud server hosting. Below we’ll cover how to install Certbot, create a Let’s Encrypt SSL certificate, and check maintenance settings. You must have a fully Read More >

How to Install ConfigServer Security & Firewall (CSF) on Ubuntu

ConfigServer Security & Firewall (CSF) is a stateful packet inspection (SPI) firewall and front-end manager for iptables. CSF is a more advanced alternative to APF and has integrations for Vesta Control Panel, Webmin, and more. Below we cover how to install CSF on Ubuntu and complete basic tasks such as manage ports, configure Login Failure Read More >

How to Install Webmin on Ubuntu with APT

Webmin is a system administration interface that makes it easier to manage a server without SSH. Like cPanel, Webmin can complete a long list of sysadmin features natively and with installable modules: • File, database, and user management• Language and theme customization• Firewall and other security options• Scheduled Backup configuration• Resource monitoring• DNS Settings• Read Read More >