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in this quick guide we learn How to upgrade Debian 10 Buster to Debian 11 Bullseye, Debian 11 “Bullseye” was released on August 14, 2021. and the previous Debian 10 “Buster” has been moved to the “oldstable” branch and will receive security updates until 2024. If your Debian 10 is working fine and you don’t need […]

The following article will explain how to install and start SSH service on Rocky Linux 8, RHEL 8 / CentOS 8 system. SSH is a client-server service providing secure encrypted connections over the network connection. In this tutorial you will learn: How to Install SSH service.How to start SSH service.How to enable SSH to start… […]

This tutorial is going to show you how to install LOMP stack (OpenLiteSpeed, MariaDB, and PHP8.0) on Ubuntu 20.04/18.04. A software stack is a set of software tools bundled together. LOMP stands for Linux, OpenLiteSpeed, MariaDB/MySQL and PHP, which can power dynamic websites and web applications. Linux is the operating system; OpenLiteSpeed is the web […]

Pure-FTPd is a free open-source FTP server designed with security in mind. In this tutorial, we are going to learn how to set up an FTP server on Debian 10 with Pure-FTPd and how to enforce TLS encryption. Pure-FTPd Features: It supports SSL/TLS encryption and thus passwords and commands can be protected. It can run […]

This tutorial will show you how to install Syncthing on Linux Mint 20. Syncthing is a free, peer-to-peer continuous file synchronization program that allows you to synchronize your files across multiple devices, available for Linux, BSD, macOS, Windows, Android, iOS and Solaris. It’s an open-source alternative to the popular Resilio Sync (formerly known as BitTorrent […]

This tutorial is going to show you how to install cloud drive on Ubuntu desktop and server. is a cloud storage provider from New Zealand. It offers 20GB free storage upon registration and also allows you to get up to 50GB free space. Features Zero-knowledge encryption (user-controlled end-to-end encryption). Open-source client apps. […]

Netdata is an open-source real-time Linux server performance monitoring tool with a beautiful web front-end. It allows you to monitor CPU, RAM usage, disk I/O, network traffic, Postfix, among many others.  Written in the C programming language, netdata is super fast and resource-efficient. Netdata Features: It helps you instantly diagnose slowdowns and anomalies in your […]

This tutorial is going to show you how to set up Postfix SMTP relay with Sendinblue on Debian. Postfix is a popular open-source SMTP server. Previously I wrote an article on how to easily set up a full-blown email server on Debian with iRedMail, which helped a lot of readers run their own email servers. […]

This article is going to explain how to create a Linux VPS (Virtual Private Server) on Kamatera, so you can run your own email server and website. ScalaHosting vs Kamatera In a previous tutorial, I explained how to create a Linux VPS server on Scalahosting, which is my recommended hosting provider for running email servers,…… […]

Almost people complaining about Linux how to clean cluster and junks from Ubuntu, fedora, mint or any other Linux OS Are you running out of space? This is often the quite common problem that you simply often clash due to many useless files that gather daily, and you forget to delete them from the system.… […]

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