Deploying and hosting ASP.NET Core applications on Ubuntu Linux

If you’ve read my other blog posts or seen some of my projects on my GitHub profile, you’ll see that I’m a real Linux fan and although I develop in both PHP and C#, C# based web applications are commonly hosted on the Microsoft Windows platform (although you could use Mono) so for this reason, it has previously […]

Installing Microsoft SQL Server on Ubuntu Server 16.04

I’m really liking what Microsoft have been doing recently with pushing more of their products down the open-source channels and supporting Linux and Mac operating systems. Earlier this year Microsoft released SQL Server vNEXT which can be installed and ran on Linux. In this post I will cover the process of installing and configuring Microsoft SQL Server […]

Setup a Ubuntu 14.04 LTS (MATE) terminal server with LTSP

In this post I’m going to explain how to set-up a terminal server that you can use at home or in the office; the terminal server (running LTSP) will enable you to run a central terminal server or “mainframe” type network where you can have a large number of “diskless clients” (also know as “dumb […]

Setting up Teamspeak 3 on Ubuntu Server 12.04 LTS

I have a few personal VPS servers which I run and have purchased through DigitalOcean, one of my VPS servers act as a mail server at present, it runs Ubuntu Server 12.04 with Postfix, Dovecot, ViMbAdmin and some SPAM busting tools, I’ve decided that as I frequently work on projects with others online and normally generates […]

Creating *NIX user accounts without need for a password prompt!

It is likely that in future I will be implementing SSH access and generally changing the way that users are handled by ZPanel (on the *NIX platform). Currently all user accounts across ZPanel are ‘virtual’ accounts and not system accounts and for various reason’s I may want to change this in future. I have written […]