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14 Apache commands to help you manage your server like a pro

August 17, 2020 Introduction Apache, also known as httpd is an open-source web server. Apache has been the most popular web server for a very long time. You can run Apache on almost all major operating systems out th...

Top 7 Open Source Web Servers in 2020

July 30, 2020 Web servers are used to store and deliver content for websites. When a web browser like Chrome or Firefox connects to a web server, the web server returns content like HTML, text, images, videos, js f...

How to install the latest Apache Solr version on Linux server?

July 26, 2020 Introduction Apache Solr is a highly reliable and scalable indexing technology. Solr can be used to create standard search apps. It is written in Java and uses the Lucene library for indexing. In this...

Top 10 Nginx Commands to Help You Manage Your Server Like a Pro

July 21, 2020 Introduction If you have ever done any web development, it is very likely that you've heard of Nginx. Nginx is an open-source web server. It can also be used as a reverse proxy, a caching server, a lo...

How to get started with the apt command on Ubuntu/Debian Linux?

July 20, 2020 Introduction If you are just getting started with Ubuntu or any other Debian based Linux distributions, it is more likely than not for you to have used or heard of the apt command. APT stands for Adva...

How to use your Raspberry Pi as home VPN server?

July 13, 2020 Introduction Paying a monthly fee for a VPN could be costly. What you could do instead is get a Raspberry Pi for a one time payment of ~$30 and setup your own home VPN server on your Raspberry Pi. Of ...

Top 15 Linux Networking tools that you should know!

July 10, 2020 Introduction Linux is one of the most widely used operating systems out there. The Linux Kernel is also the larges open source project. As a developer, it is more likely than not that you would have t...