Install TomatoCart on Ubuntu

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TomatoCart is a free and open source shopping cart solution licensed under the terms of the Open Source GPL 3.0 license. It is designed to provide excellent user experience for all digital devices such as desktop computers, tablets, phones etc. TomatoCart is very easy to install and setup on a Linux Cloud VPS and in this tutorial we are going to show you how to do that on Ubuntu 14.04.

How to install Arastta on Ubuntu

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Today we will show you how to install Arastta on Ubuntu 14.04 using Apache web-server and MySQL database.

Arastta is free open source e-commerce application for online merchants. Arastta provides a professional and reliable foundation from which to build a successful online store. It is the next generation of eCommerce software built with modern technologies such as Symfony, Doctrine (soon), MVC, Bootstrap, jQuery, Swift Mailer etc. It is fairly easy to install Arastta on an Ubuntu 14.04 Cloud Server. The installation process should take about 5-10 minutes if you follow the very easy steps described below.

How to install ProcessWire CMS/CMF on CentOS

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In this article we will guide you through the process of installing ProcesssWire on a CentOS cloud server. ProcessWire  is a free and open-source, flexible and powerful content management system (CMS) and content management framework (CMF) written in PHP5. ProcessWire was chosen as CMS Critic’s best free CMS back in 2012. Just like the most CMSs, the installation and configuration is quite simple and you don’t have to be a web developer or administrator to install ProcessWire. You can follow these easy steps to install ProcessWire on any of our CentOS or Fedora VPSs.

Install and use tmux on CentOS

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If you like to use the command line to manage your Linux Cloud VPS, you may find it time-consuming and complicated to switch between multiple terminal windows. Sometimes you may like to split the screen into multiple terminals and manage your server with ease. You can do this by using tmux. Tmux is a terminal multiplexer and today we will show you how to install it and use it on a CentOS Cloud Server.

Install Pico CMS on an Ubuntu VPS

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In this blog post we will show you how to install Pico CMS on an Ubuntu VPS with Nginx. Pico is a flat-file CMS released under the MIT license, with no database and administration backend and is an effective solution for small websites. The main advantages of a flat-file CMS systems are simplicity, portability, security, speed and version control. Without a database Pico CMS stores content in files and folders. To create a new page in Pico CMS you need to simply create a new .md (markdown) file in the “content” folder.  In case you never heard of markdown, it is a simple text-based markup language that can be converted to HTML. This guide should work on other Linux Cloud VPS systems as well but was tested and written for Ubuntu 14.04 Cloud VPS.

How to install Pydio with Nginx on Ubuntu

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Pydio (formerly AjaXplorer) is an open source web-based application which allows you to instantly turn your server into a powerful file sharing platform.
In this tutorial we will show you how to install Pydio with Nginx on an Ubuntu VPS in less than 5 minutes.


Install GaiaEHR on Ubuntu 14.04

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GaiaEHR is an open-source web based electronic health record (EHR) software written in PHP. It is a powerful and easy to use application for medical practice management, prescription and billing management. In this blog article we will install GaiaEHR on an Ubuntu 14.04 Cloud VPS with Apache, PHP and MySQL.

Install TYPO3 CMS on a Debian 7 VPS

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TYPO3 CMS is a great Content Management System with a ton of useful features. It offers highly flexible, scaleable and customizable products for Web Content Management and thus providing the basis for websites, intranets and web & mobile applications worldwide. It’s focus is always on the current needs of businesses and public institutions.

How to install Kajona CMS on a CentOS 7 VPS

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Kajona is an open source content management framework based on PHP. Using Kajona you can easily create and manage your own website in no time. Kajona is available in two packages, full and light packages.
There are fewer modules and elements installed in the light package.
In this tutorial we will use the full Kajona package on a CentOS 7 Cloud VPS with Apache, MariaDB and PHP. The installation is pretty fast and straightforward.