A major new release of Debian Linux operating system is a big deal for a vast number of organizations and individuals who run Linux servers and PCs. Debian is the base software for many other Linux distributions, making its reach far Read >
Debian is a Linux operating system software distribution that is widely used by organizations not only running Debian, but who are running other flavors of Linux as well. Many other Linux distribution packages, for instance, Ubuntu use Debian as their base Read >
Update 2021-11-07: I have written a new section that shows you how to configure exim4 if the direct SMTP send method is rejected by email providers.
Many server software applications, like WordPress and Nextcloud can send alerts and notifications to the system Read >
Virtual Private Network (VPN) software technology was adopted years ago by enterprises for securely establishing office-to-office connections and for allowing traveling employees to access in-house applications. Since then, VPN has proved to be a useful technology for individuals who want Read >
The default search function in Nextcloud is a simple program that can find a document if you happen to correctly remember a word in the file name you are looking for. If you want to search for any text in Read >
This how-to guide covers the manual installation and configuration of Nextcloud 17 software so that you can run its out-of-the-box functionality. You can add more functionality, like cache, extra security, and applications after the basic installation is up and running. Nextcloud Read >
Published 2019-08-27, Updated 2020-07-06 with settings for different types of URLs.
Awstats is a statistics/analysis tool that collects data from visitors who view a web site. It tallies up data into a database so that you can view historical statistics and compare Read >
A missing network driver is probably the nastiest problem you can encounter when installing Linux operating system on a computer. Since you can’t connect to the internet, you can’t download the missing firmware, and can’t find advice from other Linux users Read >