How To Install uniCenta 4.4.2 On Linuxmint 19 (Mate Edition) or 18.04.1 LTS (Bionic Beaver) Desktop Edition

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To install uniCenta 4.4.2, you need; 64-bit supported OS, Java SE Runtime Environment, and the latest version of uniCenta installed. v4.4.2 is the latest version (for x64 OS) at the time of writing this guide. So, on this step-by-step guide, we’ll be using Linux Mint 19 Mate 64-bit Edition as our host OS for uniCenta.…

How to Build Your Own Cloud Storage Server using Nextcloud and Ubuntu

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Once again I made a newbie-friendly and easy-to-follow guide for self-learners like myself. I’m not an expert, but I have enough knowledge to get the job done. So jump on in! This time I made a step-by-step tutorial in building your own cloud store file hosting and sharing service using free and open-source software called…

Ultimate Guide on Remix OS Installation – USB or HDD Based

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UPDATED: 08-22-2017 – Here is the ultimate answer to your question on how to install Remix OS. I came up with various methods of installing this beautiful Linux-kernel based Operating System. This includes methods from the official site, along with other methods that some folks aren’t covering yet. You need to be a little tech…

Easily Build Your Own Email Server Using Ubuntu Linux

Another step-by-step guide in building and running your own email server on the cloud using your own domain name. You’ll need Ubuntu Server and “Mailinabox” for this tutorial. You will need to self-host it on a dedicated server or VPS. You can use known VPS providers like DigitalOcean, Vulture or Linode. Take note, you need…

How to Install osTicket on a Virtual Private Server – The Quick and Easy Way

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Step-by-step guide for newbies, on osTicket installation (the free help desk software) using Ubuntu Server. You could follow this guide using Linux-based machine or server on your local area network, or on a Cloud VPS hosted by companies like; DigitalOcean, Linode or Vultr. You could also use a virtual machine if you want to.