It’s already april again and that means that Canonical has updated Ubuntu. This one has the name Vivid Vervet and has the number 15.04. It is very easy to upgrade this from a Ubuntu 14.04 or 14.10 server. It’s just the same as upgrading from 14.04 to 14.10 which we discussed earlier in this post.…Details
Connecting to your VPS with PuTTY on Windows is quite easy. But it can be even easier and faster with RSA keys. In this tutorial we will discuss how to connect to your VPS with RSA keys and PuTTY on Windows. Requirements Have a (Ubuntu 14.04) VPS Have PuTTY installed Have PuTTYgen installed Generate RSA…Details
It is october again, so that means Canonical has released a new version of Ubuntu. This time the gave it the name Ubuntu 14.10 Utopic Unicorn. This release does not have so many changes. But if you’d like to upgrade to Ubuntu 14.10 there is a simple tutorial. Keep in mind that upgrading takes a…Details
In this tutorial we will be discussing how to install elasticsearch with a jdbc river on a Ubuntu 14.04 LTS server. Prequisites For this tutorial you will need: A Ubuntu 14.04 LTS installation SSH access A logged in root user or a user with sudo rights MySQL installed Unzip installed (apt-get install unzip) Install Oracle…Details
In this tutorial we’ll learn how to remove Semalt from Google Analytics.
Semalt is a company that does something with analysing websites or something. Nobody really knows. But they do appear in your Google Analytics results as a referrer while it is basicly a bot. While doing this they mess with your Google analytics stats. You only want to have real users and referrers.Details
In this tutorial we will be discussing how to create and install an Ubuntu 14.04 LTS server at DigitalOcean. A server instance at DigitalOcean is called a droplet.Details