Tag Archives: CentOS

How to install Rancher Docker Container Manager on CentOS

Install Docker on CentOS 7

Rancher is an open source container management platform. This allows you to easily run and manage Docker and Kubernetes. Rancher provides infrastructure services such as multi-host networking, load balancing, and volume snapshots. In this tutorial, I’ll walk you through installing and configuring a Rancher and Proxy server step-by-step on a …

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How to configure a firewall with FirewallD on CentOS 7

Firewall services

A properly configured firewall is one of the most important aspects of system security overall. FirewallD is a complete firewall solution for managing iptables rule system and provides D-Bus interface to run. Starting with CentOS 7, FirewallD has replaced iptables as the default firewall management tool. In this tutorial, we’ll …

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How to configure Nginx Server Block on CentOS 7

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Server Blocks Nginx allows you to run more than one website on a single server. With Server Blocks, you can define the root of the site document (the directory that contains the website files), create separate security policies for each site, use a different SSL certificate for each site and …

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How to install and configure VNC on CentOS 7

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This guide covers the steps required to install and configure a VNC server on a CentOS 7 system. We will also show you how to securely connect to a VNC server via an SSH tunnel. Virtual Network Computing (VNC) is a graphical desktop sharing system that allows you to use …

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How to install and configure Ruby on CentOS 7

Install Ruby and Repnf

Ruby is one of the most popular languages ​​today. Ruby has neat syntax and is the language behind Ruby on Rails’s powerful framework. In this tutorial we’ll show you three different ways to install Ruby on CentOS. Each of them has its own benefits, you can choose the installation method …

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How to install and configure MongoDB on CentOS 7

How to set or change time zone in CentOS 8

MongoDB is a free and open source document database. MongoDB belongs to the NoSQL database family, which differs from traditional table-based SQL databases like MySQL and PostgreSQL. In MongoDB, data is stored in flexible documents, such as JSON where fields can vary from document to document. Databases do not require …

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Install and secure phpMyAdmin on Apache CentOS 7

Phpmyadmin basic authentication

phpMyAdmin is an open source PHP-based tool for managing MySQL and MariaDB servers via a web based interface. PhpMyAdmin allows you to interact with MySQL databases, manage user accounts and privileges, run SQL statements, import and export data in various data formats and much more. In this tutorial, we will …

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Guide for installing Odoo 12 on CentOS 7

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Odoo is the most popular comprehensive business software in the world. It offers a variety of business applications including CRM, Website, E-Commerce, Billing, Accounting, Manufacturing, Warehouse, Project Management, Inventory and many more, all integrated into one program. This tutorial covers the steps required to install and configure Odoo 12 for …

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How to install and configure Apache on CentOS 7

Welcome page Apache CentOS

Apache HTTP Server is the most used web server in the world. Apache offers many powerful features including dynamically downloadable modules, robust media support, and comprehensive integration with other popular software. Before starting this guide, you must have a regular, non-root user with sudo privileges configured on your server. We …

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How to install and configure OrangeScrum on CentOS 8

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Orangescrum is a collaborative and open source web application written with CakePHP. This app is a simple and easy-to-use tool for managing projects, teams, documents, tasks and communicating with teams on important issues. Orangescrum is a widely used tool for small and medium sized businesses. Orangescrum contains many useful features …

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