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 >
A review of Collectives: New feature with the most potential in Nextcloud 22
New major versions of open source cloud service software Nextcloud have been frequently released during the last two years. In July 2021, Nextcloud 22 was introduced with a number of improvements and new features. One of the new features, Collectives, has Read >
New key features in Debian 11 (Bullseye), and why they matter to most Linux users
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 >
Manual upgrade to Nextcloud version 20, 21 and 22
Update 2021-04-12: Nextcloud upgrade tested also from version 20 to version 21.
Update 2021-07-10: upgrade to version 22 was a challenge, but problems were solved. See below.
Our Nextcloud system is small but it is a vital resource for us. We have always Read >
Nextcloud Hub 19 introduces passwordless login, Zoom-like videoconferencing
Nextcloud is an open source software package that is free to download and run, for instance, as an organization’s intranet and collaboration server, or as a personal cloud server. The core functionality of Nextcloud is file sharing, but the real attraction Read >
What is Nextcloud Hub and how is it different from Nextcloud cloud server software
Nextcloud is an open source software package for organizations and individuals who want to host their own secure cloud services. With additional downloadable applications, Nextcloud has more functionality than, for instance, Dropbox, Microsoft OneDrive, Google Drive and Docs. When Nextcloud version Read >
Strategies for managing the migration to the WordPress 5 Gutenberg block editor
Matt Mullenweg, the founder and leader of the organization that is developing the core WordPress system recently confirmed that a production release of the WordPress 5.0 is planned to be available by the end of 2018. The primary new feature – Read >