July 2019

Migrate network device names to the udev standard of Debian 9 (Stretch)

botond published 2019. 07. 14., V - 17: 20 time
Debian has introduced a new network interface naming scheme since the release of 9 (Stretch). Instead of the names of previously used ethernet devices (eg eth0) or WLAN devices (eg wlan0), etc. - a newly installed Debian 9 Stretch system - uses names such as enp5s7 and wlp2s0. Debian 9 (Stretch) still manages these names, but Debian 10 (Buster) does not. In this tutorial, we'll make the switch to using the new network interface names so that if you want to upgrade your system further, your network will work with the Debian 10 release.

Installing WordPress 5.2 CMS on ISPConfig Server Environment (page 2)

botond published 2019. 07. 12., P - 17: 12 time
WordPress is a free, open-source, easy-to-use, customizable and search engine-friendly CMS system that makes it easy to create blogs, websites, or even webshops. On this page, we continue to create a Web account by creating a Shell user, and finish by installing the WordPress 5.2 CMS.

Installing WordPress 5.2 CMS on an ISPConfig server environment

botond published 2019. 07. 12., P - 17: 10 time
WordPress is a free, open-source, easy-to-use, customizable and search engine-friendly CMS system that makes it easy to create blogs, websites, or even webshops. We have previously installed a Drupal 8 system for a Debian 8 (Jessie) perfect server configuration, and now we will discuss the 5.2 version of WordPress on an ISPConfig server environment. There will be more descriptions later on the installed website.

Installing a Minimal Server for Ubuntu 18.04 LTS (Bionic Beaver) (page 2)

botond published 2019. 07. 02., K - 17: 41 time
In this tutorial, we will build the Ubuntu 18.04 LTS (Bionic Beaver) Minimal Server, which will be the building block for many more descriptions. Ubuntu has been providing support for LTS (Long Term Support) family for five years, so we will receive updates for the 18.04 version by April 2023. This is an excellent basis for installing a server - which we want to operate securely for many years to come. On this page, we complete the installation by making some command line options.

Install a minimum server for Ubuntu 18.04 LTS (Bionic Beaver)

botond published 2019. 07. 02., K - 17: 35 time
In this tutorial, we build a minimal server for Ubuntu 18.04 LTS (Bionic Beaver), which will be the building block for many more descriptions. Ubuntu has been providing support for LTS (Long Term Support) family for five years, so we will receive updates for the 18.04 version by April 2023. This is an excellent basis for installing a server - which we want to operate securely for many years to come. On this page, we will start with the installer steps and finish on the next page with some command line options.