Rocket.Chat is one of the most popular open source chat applications. A great alternative to both Slack and paid live chat applications. It’s free, everything’s unlimited and it has a bunch of cool features like Video chat, Screen sharing, Mobile apps and more. In this tutorial, we’ll focus on the […]

How to Install Rocket.Chat on Ubuntu and Use it on ...


Invoice Ninja is a popular open source application for invoicing, tracking time and accepting payments. In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to install and use Invoice Ninja on a CentOS server. But first: Invoice Ninja’s features We’ll quote Invoice Ninja themselves with their list of features: Create work tasks […]

How to Install Invoice Ninja on CentOS


Due to popular demand, here’s another tutorial on how to install your own self-hosted wiki with XWiki on a CentOS 7 server. We’ve already published a tutorial on how to install DokuWiki on Ubuntu, but if you need an alternative to DokuWiki, XWiki is a great choice. XWiki Info First […]

How to Build Your Own Wiki with XWiki on CentOS



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Cheap Cloud Hosting Comparison: Linode vs DigitalOcean vs Vultr vs ...


Click here if you use cPanel (shared hosting) Click here if you use CentOS (VPS/Dedicated server) Contact us if you want us to do it for you Maybe you are tired of using bit.ly or goo.gl or maybe you just want your own branded short links. You can shorten your […]

How to Shorten Your Links With Your Own Domain


We use DokuWiki and it’s awesome. Our team has an internal knowledgebase and we use DokuWiki to store all our reviews, tutorials etc. It’s simple, easy to install and easy to use. Most importantly, it’s not resource-heavy. In this post, we’re going to show you how to install DokuWiki on […]

Build your own wiki on Ubuntu with DokuWiki