If you have a website or a web application in a LXC, you need a way to let people access it. We can do it by assigning a domain to the LXC.
LXC assigns random internal IP addresses to Containers by default. But it can be hard to refer to them that way. A good practice is to set static IPs.
Want to host a Laravel application in a shared hosting server, but can’t figure out how to point the domain to the public directory?
Just installed Ubuntu, ran apt-get update and apt-get upgrade to encounter a “perl: warning: Setting locale failed.” error?
If you just cloned a project that uses npm start to compile and run itself, and it doesn’t run, but throws an error about lite-server (Or something like that), being not available, try installing following NodeJS packages globally.
It has been quite a time since Google allowed us to store our photos in Google Photos for free. They recently increased the size of the photos that can be stored for free to 16 Mega Pixels. When they announced that, I decided to back up all my photos to Google Photos. The best thing […]
I have been using AnyDO since more than a year to plan my tasks. I infact wrote an article in TechDome encouraging others to start using it. Recently, AnyDO introduced a paid plan for their service — with which I am totally cool. I don’t care about paid plans, as long as the free option is enough for me […]
GitLab is a self hosted GitHub like software. Here I offer you my personal experience in installing and configuring it to work perfectly in a local network.
“Ghost” is a new blogging platform that intends to be “just a blogging platform”; no more – no less. But will it be successful with it’s many constraints?