In this tutorial, we will show you how to install PrestaShop on a CentOS 8 VPS.
PrestaShop is one of the most well-known eCommerce platforms in the world. It’s free, open-source, and is built on top of PHP, while using a MySQL database to store the data. It helps small to large businesses to create and run a successful online store.
PrestaShop is simple, easy-to-use, easy to install, and is versatile – it provides a great platform for people around the world to create their online stores. Let’s begin with the installation.
In this tutorial, we will show you how to install Odoo 14 on a CentOS 8 VPS. Odoo is one of the most popular Open Source ERP business management platforms ever made. Thanks to its modular design with over ten thousand modules (or apps) available, Odoo can adapt to your business’s needs and enhance your team’s productivity. It is built using Python and is utilizing PostgreSQL for its database.
The latest Odoo 14 update comes with plenty of new exciting features, including a brand new Website Builder, a new Business Intelligence Tool, new and improved menus for Inventory and MRP, and much more. Let’s get started.
In this guide, we will show you how to install Drupal on a CentOS 8 VPS.
Drupal is a free and open-source web content management framework that is written in PHP. It allows us to create a website for a specific idea or business and gives us great tools that let us customize and make our business exactly the way we want to. In this tutorial, we will install Drupal on top of a LAMP stack. LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP) is a very common web service stack that is widely used these days.
Apache is the web server, MySQL is the database server, PHP provides an excellent environment for scripts, and it all runs on top of Linux. This provides us with an excellent foundation on which we plan to install Drupal. We will use the latest CentOS 8 Linux distribution in this tutorial, but this tutorial may also work for other versions and distributions of Linux. Let’s get started.
In this tutorial, we will explain how to install a free Let’s Encrypt SSL certificate on a CentOS 8 VPS with Nginx as a web server.
Let’s Encrypt is a free, open-source and non-profit certificate authority that provides free SSL certificates for websites to enable TLS encryption. It was developed by the Internet Security Research Group (ISRG) and trusted by all major browsers. It is used to automate the process of certificate creation, validation, signing, implementation, and renewal of certificates for secure websites.
The main aim of Let’s Encrypt is to promote the use of SSL across the web and make encrypted connections throughout the Internet, keeping everyone safer in the process. The certificate is valid for only 90 days, so you will need to renew it manually or or set up the auto renewal system, which should be enabled by default.
Currently, Let’s encrypt supports automated certification issuance for Apache, Nginx, Plex, and HAproxy, which should cover almost everyone’s use case. Let’s start with our install guide.
In this tutorial, we will explain how to install and configure CyberPanel on a CentOS 8 VPS.
The web hosting industry is expanding and evolving every day. Web hosting control panels are one of the core elements of this growing industry, thanks to people that are new to web hosting needing a user-friendly way to manage their server.
There’s plenty of choice when looking at installing a control panel on your VPS. A few well-known commercial control panels are Plesk, DirectAdmin, and cPanel. To use these control panels, you need to pay for licenses, which can quickly become costly if the number of users you need isn’t very large. However, there are some open-source control panels that can help fulfill this role. Among them, CyberPanel is a free, open-source, and next-generation web hosting control panel powered by OpenLiteSpeed.
With CyberPanel, you can add new domains/virtual hosts and manage SSL certificates for them. It also provides a one-click installer for WordPress, Prestashop and Joomla.
CyperPanel offers a rich set of features, including a Web Based Terminal, a Git Manager, Auto SSL, PowerDNS, FTP, a Firewall, a File Manager, a PHP Manager, Backup and Restore, and lots more. Let’s get started.
This tutorial explains the process of installing one of the most popular open source application for managing MySQL databases – phpMyAdmin. phpMyAdmin is a free and open source web-based application written in PHP, used to easily manage MySQL databases through your favorite web browser instead of needing to use the MySQL command line interface.
PhpMyAdmin allows users to create, modify, rename, and delete databases, tables, or fields, execute SQL commands through the browser, import and export tables to a wide range of formats, create users and modify their privileges, and much more… Thanks to this tool, we will almost never need to use the MySQL command line again. We are going to install phpMyAdmin on a CentOS 8 VPS with Apache, MariaDB, and of course, PHP. Let’s begin.
Flectra is an open-source, powerful and customizable business management tool that helps you grow your business through its powerful modular design covering all essential aspects of most businesses.
Flectra integrates the capabilities of CRM and ERP systems into a single package. Flectra helps you modify and adapt your system to meet the unique needs of your business. This makes it the ultimate business app suite that gives you a scalable business management platform which provides you with all the freedom to make the software work for you and your business setup.
Flectra offers several features that cover almost every use case, including e-Commerce, Accounting, Sales Management, Websites, Marketing, Inventory Management, MRP, Reporting, Timesheets, and lots more.
In this tutorial, we will show you how to install Flectra on a CentOS 8 VPS using Nginx as a reverse proxy.
In this tutorial, we will learn how to install Open Classifieds on a CentOS 7 VPS.
Open Classifieds is a free, open-source, and powerful web application that can be used to create classifieds, advertisements, and listings sites, all in just a few minutes. It is simple, easy to use, secure, SEO-friendly and easy to administrate.
Open Classifieds also provides a beautiful web-based admin interface that helps you manage your website easily and effectively. It comes with many features, including SEO-friendly optimization, multi-language support, friendly URLs, robots.txt support, custom fields, social login, and lots more. Let’s get started with the installation.
If you have been looking for an open-source lightweight and web-based project management and issue tracking tools, then you found Redmine and now you want to host your own Redmine server on a CentOS 8 VPS? You’re in luck – this tutorial will cover everything you need to get a Redmine instance started on your CentOS 8 VPS as quickly as possible. From installing Ruby to setting up WEBrick, everything is covered.
Redmine is an open-source web-based project management tool that can be self-hosted on a VPS. Written in Ruby, Redmine is made to be cross-platform and cross-database compatible. It enables teams to set up multiple projects, wikis, forums, and even time tracking systems. And as for visuals, it supports the Gantt chart and calendar system. Another great feature is its built-in third-party plugin support which makes it more robust and extendable, allowing Redmine to change its feature set to work best for your needs. Let’s get started with the installation.
In this tutorial, we will show you how to install Magento 2 with Apache on a CentOS 8 VPS.
Magento is a free, open-source and cloud-based e-commerce platform written in PHP. Magento offers a community and a commercial version of its platform – the community version is free and is designed primarily for individuals and/or small businesses. On the other hand, the enterprise version is mainly aimed at medium to large businesses and more of an enterprise environment.
Magento is very user-friendly and is fully customizable, allowing you to create and customize online stores in mere minutes. On top of the excellent customization, Magento offers powerful marketing, search engine optimization, and catalog-management tools. It allows you to run several stores at the same time and manage them using one panel. This is essentially the full package for e-commerce, providing everything you need to get started.