How to Install Apache Kafka on CentOS

Apache Kafka on CentOS

Apache Kafka is a distributed streaming platform developed by Apache Software Foundation and written in Java and Scala. LinkedIn originally developed Apache Kafka. Apache Kafka is used for building a real-time streaming data pipeline that reliably gets data between systems and applications. It provides unified, high-throughput, and low-latency data processing in real-time. This tutorial will … Read more

Installing Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware in Debian

Debian 11 TikiWiki

Tiki Wiki is a free open-source content management system (CMS) groupware platform written entirely in PHP programming language and deployed on Linux on Apache/Nginx web servers, PHP, and MySQL database as backend. Tiki Wiki is a powerful and flexible CMS platform that can deploy documentation or wiki pages, blogs, forums, and image galleries on the … Read more

Create a forum with phpBB3 on Debian

Debian PHPBB Forum

In this guide, we will show you how to install and configure the latest version of the phpBB3 platform on Debian 11 to create a free online forum website. phpBB3 is a powerful and flexible open-source bulletin board software platform written primarily in the PHP programming language and commonly used on Linux with Apache/Nginx web … Read more

Install PHP IP Address Management Software (phpIPAM) on Debian

PHP IP Address Management PHPIpam

In this guide, we’ll show you how to install and configure the latest version of phpIPAM on Debian to manage your companies’ IP addresses. phpIPAM, short for PHP IP Address Management, is a powerful and flexible open-source IP address and subnet management software written in the PHP programming language and used on Linux with Apache/Nginx … Read more

How to find your IP Address on Debian

Debian Find IP

This guide is intended for Linux beginners. It shows six different ways to find the IP address of your local network card using the command line as well as the GNOME Desktop on Debian 11 and Debian 12. An IP address is a unique identifier assigned to any system connected to a network or the … Read more

How to Uninstall Programs from your Ubuntu System

Remove Ubuntu applications

This article describes removing software from your Ubuntu system that you do not need anymore. We are describing software removal both through the graphical user interface (Ubuntu Software Manager) and the command line-the (Terminal). Please note that you need administrative privileges to install/uninstall any software from Ubuntu. We have run and tested the commands and … Read more

How to Edit Config Files in Ubuntu

Ubuntu Edit Config File

Configuration files contain the information needed to control the operation of a program. Linux users, especially Linux administrators, need to know how to edit configuration files to maintain an Ubuntu server or desktop. Configuration files on Ubuntu are stored in subdirectories of the /etc folder as text files and can be edited with text editors. … Read more