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.
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 own links (for free!) on your own domain using YOURLS. It’s a free and open source, self-hosted, link-shortening application. In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to install YOURLS on CentOS and shorten your links with a custom domain. You can either use your own server (VPS) or a Shared hosting account. We have instructions for both scenarios.
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 an Ubuntu 16.04 server.
Finally decided to get a VPS but can’t decide which Linux distro to use? We’ve all been there. The choice may even be overwhelming, even for Linux distros, considering all the different flavors and distros that are out there. Though, the two most widely used and most popular server distros are CentOS and Ubuntu. This is the main dilemma among admins, both beginners and professionals. Having experience with both (and more) distros, we decided to do a comparison of CentOS and Ubuntu when used for a server.