Tag: Debian Tips

How to Install Zabbix Monitoring Tool on Debian 11/10

Zabbix is a free, open-source, popular and feature-rich IT infrastructure monitoring software developed using PHP language. It is used to monitor networks, servers, applications, services as well as cloud resources. It also supports the monitoring

How to Install a Debian 10 (Buster) Minimal Server

Debian 10 (Buster) is the new stable version of the Debian Linux operating system, which will be supported for the next 5 years and comes with several desktop applications and environments, and includes numerous updated

How to Install and Setup Apache Spark on Ubuntu/Debian

Apache Spark is an open-source distributed computational framework that is created to provide faster computational results. It is an in-memory computational engine, meaning the data will be processed in memory. Spark supports various APIs for

How to Install Terraform in Linux Distributions

In this article, we will discuss what Terraform is and how to install terraform on various Linux distributions using HashiCorp repositories. What is Terraform? Terraform is a popular cloud orchestration tool in the world of

How To Prevent PHP-FPM From Consuming Too Much RAM in Linux

If you have deployed a LEMP (Linux, NGINX, MySQL/MariaDB, and PHP) stack, then you are probably using FastCGI proxying within NGINX (as an HTTP server), for PHP processing. PHP-FPM (an acronym of FastCGI Process Manager)

How to Install CouchDB on Debian 10

CouchDB is a high-performance opensource NoSQL solution where data is stored in JSON-based document format as key/value pairs, lists, or maps. It provides a RESTFUL API that enables users to easily manage database documents by

How to Install Wine 6.0 on Debian, Ubuntu and Linux Mint

Wine is an open-source, free and easy-to-use program that enables Linux users to run Windows-based applications on Unix-like operating systems. Wine is a compatibility layer for installing almost all versions of Windows programs. Wine 6.0

Managing KVM Virtual Machines with Cockpit Web Console in Linux

Cockpit is a free and open-source front-end tool that provides administrative access to Linux systems. It allows system administrators to monitor, manage, and troubleshoot Linux servers. It provides an intuitive web interface that easy to

How to Install ONLYOFFICE Docs on Debian and Ubuntu

If you use the file sync & share platform and want to expand its functionality by adding online editing features, you should definitely give a try to ONLYOFFICE Docs. ONLYOFFICE Docs allows you to create

How to Setup and Manage Log Rotation Using Logrotate in Linux

One of the most interesting (and perhaps one of the most important as well) directories in a Linux system is /var/log. According to the Filesystem Hierarchy Standard, the activity of most services running in the