Installing Kubernetes on CentOS 7

Kubernetes is a popular open-source solution for automated software deployments that uses containerized applications. Originally designed by Google, Kubernetes is compatible with most Linux distributions, including CentOS 7 and Ubuntu. When Kubernetes is installed and configured, it is then referred to as a Kubernetes cluster. A Kubernetes cluster involves 2 or more machines that are Read More >

How to Install PIP

PIP (Python Installs Packages) is a package management system designed to install and manage software packages written in the Python language. While most installations of Python come preinstalled, it may sometimes be necessary to manually install PIP on your machine. PIP can be installed on all major operating systems, including most varieties of Linux distributions. Read More >

How to Wrap Text in Emacs

Emacs is a high level open source cross platform text editor. The first time you open emacs you might start typing and realize your text rolls right past the right margin of your editor frame and continues into nowhere. There are two ways to enable text wrapping in emacs: How to wrap text in current Read More >

How to Install Docker on CentOS 7

Docker is a popular open-source tool used to create, deploy, and run applications by using containers. These containers are isolated, discrete packages that contain all of the software and configuration files necessary to run specific applications. In this article, we will outline some reasons why you might want to use Docker as well as the Read More >

How to Install Apache Tomcat 8 on Ubuntu

Apache Tomcat (sometimes referred to as simply Tomcat) is a popular open-source web server software used to set up Java-based server environments. The technologies used in Tomcat include Java Servlet, Java Server Pages, Java Expression Language, and WebSocket and provides an HTTP server environment ideal for running Java-based applications. Apache Tomcat can be installed on Read More >

How to Install Apache Tomcat on CentOS 7

Apache Tomcat (sometimes simply referred to as Tomcat) is a popular open-source web server software used to set up Java-based server environments. The technologies used in Tomcat include Java Servlet, Java Server Pages, Java Expression Language, and WebSocket and provides an HTTP server environment ideal for running Java-based applications. In this article, we will outline Read More >

Installatron for cPanel Setup Guide

Installatron is a popular application installer that provides a graphical user interface for users to install and manage various applications with a few simple mouse-clicks. This tool integrates with cPanel, Plesk, Webmin and other server control panel platforms and can be used to install popular applications such as WordPress and Joomla! While Installatron offers both Read More >

How to Install Java on Ubuntu

Java is a general-purpose programming language that can be used to develop a wide variety of applications. In order to start developing with Java or installing programs that require the Java Runtime Environment (JRE) to operate, you must first install Java and the Java Development Kit (JDK). As this process differs depending on your operating Read More >

How to use ImageMagick

You may or may not know, but to manipulate images in WordPress, you must have an image optimization library in the PHP application. In fact, without it, WordPress will not even be able to produce thumbnails images. Instead, your images will display full-sized in areas where a thumbnail would be better.  There are two popular Read More >

How to Install ownCloud Apps

ownCloud community edition is capable of more than just sharing files. The ownCloud marketplace includes features for automation, collaboration, multimedia, security, external storage and more. Below we cover how to manage ownCloud apps. Install apps in ownCloud Manual Installation Uninstall apps Disable apps Purchase Softaculous Instant Installer for your Managed VPS to install ownCloud and Read More >