How to Install the Latest Python 3 on Ubuntu 18.04 Bionic Beaver

In this tutorial we’ll install the latest Python 3 on an Ubuntu 18.04 machine. Python is one of the fastest growing programming languages at the time of writing. It’s easy to learn, fast, and versatile. You can do almost anything with it, and it’s the most popular for machine learning. Some of the most popular sites and applications are built using Python – Google, Youtube, Instagram, Pinterest and Spotify to name a few. We’ll install Read more…

How to Install Python 3.x on CentOS 7

Introduction In this tutorial we’ll be learning how to install Python 3.6 and Python 3.7 on a server running Centos 7. Python is a general purpose object oriented programming language that’s been growing in popularity at an incredible rate. Not only has it been popular for it’s use in a wide range of areas, but it is also one of the easiest languages to learn. It’s a great programming language for beginners and experienced developers. Read more…

How to Install WordPress on Ubuntu 18.04 using MariaDB, Nginx, PHP 7.2 & Let’s Encrypt

Introduction If you want to set up a professional website without having to invest a good deal of money or time, then WordPress is one of the best solutions. Additionally, you can lower your budget by installing it yourself on a server, rather than hosting your website on shared hosting, or using a web panel. This is what we aim for in this tutorial. By the time you’ve worked through it, you should have a Read more…

How to Set Up a Remote Desktop with X2Go on Ubuntu 18.04

Windows Servers are the main candidate for Remote Desktop Connection, however you don’t always need Windows, and you just need a server with a GUI. On top of that, Linux servers are a lot cheaper. You may have tried VNC or xRDP to remotely connect your Ubuntu server and found them to be sluggish and are desperately searching for an alternative. While they are great solutions, in some instances they are slow and clunky.   Read more…

How to Connect to a Ubuntu 18.04 Server via Remote Desktop Connection using xRDP

The great thing about Linux servers is that they’re lightweight and considerably cheaper than Windows servers. The downside is that they’re not typically used with a GUI so they’re not readily set up to remotely control them like you would a Windows server using Remote Desktop Connection. Even though that’s the case, you’ll find that it’s easy and fun to set up your server to remotely control it just like you would a Windows server. Read more…

Install Linux, Nginx, MariaDB & PHP (LEMP Stack) on an Ubuntu 18.04 VPS

LEMP Stack is a group of popular software that you can use together to serve dynamic web pages. LEMP stands for Linux, Nginx (Engine-X), MySQL and PHP. As you may have noticed, the title says we’re going to install MariaDB, and not MySQL. MariaDB is regarded as having increased performance over MySQL, but you can check out comparisons for yourself. If you’d like to host a CMS such as WordPress or Joomla on a VPS, Read more…

Install and Configure Nginx on a Server running Ubuntu 18.04

Introduction Nginx (pronounced engine-x) is an open source high-performance web server that was written to address some of the performance issues associated with Apache. While some may consider it less user friendly than Apache, it is a great alternative to it. It is still one of the most popular web servers and it’s responsible for hosting some of the most popular websites on the internet. Installation Log into your server to begin. Assuming this is Read more…

Set Up A Free Custom Domain Email with Gmail

If you’re just starting out with your business, then it would make sense that you keep your spending to a minimum. There are quite a few great email providers out there, and almost all of them, require you to pay to use a custom domain for your email. NOTE: One that does not require you to pay for using your own domain in your email, though, is Zoho, but we’ll cover that in another tutorial. For Read more…

Installing Nginx on Ubuntu 16.04

What’s Nginx? Nginx is a popular open-source web server used for hosting sites known for its high-performance, simple configuration and stability. What You’ll Need Before proceeding with this tutorial you’ll need a root user account and Ubuntu 16.04 running on your server. Installing Nginx Ubuntu has Nginx in its default repositories, so after we update our local package index, we can start installing nginx.

  Configuring your Firewall We need to modify some things Read more…

Advanced Sneakerhead Guide

In our previous article about copping sneakers we talked about what you need to get you started in the sneakerhead game, but that was just scraping the surface. Bots (the sequel) By now you know that a bot is an application that gives you an advantage by automating the entire process of ordering sneakers online, completing such task in a matter of seconds. Bots come in wide variety, each with different purposes, but here we Read more…