How to use aapanel: Installation, Configuration, and Security

Are you tired of wrestling with complex and confusing web server control panels? If so, a breath of fresh air is on the horizon. Let’s introduce you to aaPanel, a user-friendly alternative to traditional web server control panels. Imagine having a Swiss Army knife for your web server management needs; that’s what aaPanel offers with

How to install Docker on Ubuntu — Practical Guide

Have you ever wondered how to streamline your application development and deployment process? Docker is here to revolutionize the way we package and run applications. Think of Docker as a shipping container system for your applications. Just like a shipping container can carry a variety of goods, Docker carries your applications along with all the

Learning Github: Add SSH Key to Github | How-To

Hello, coding enthusiasts! If you’ve landed here, it’s likely that you’re seeking a secure way to interact with GitHub. This guide is designed to help you set up GitHub SSH keys on your Ubuntu system, although the steps will largely be the same for most linux distributions. Let’s get started! TL;DR: How do I set

Easily Install Python 3 in Ubuntu

You have a Python script you’d like to use, but you’re not sure if your server has Python installed, or if it’s running the latest version. No problem! We address that common issue in today’s article. Learn how to install Python 3 in Ubuntu easily in this comprehensive guide. At IOFLOOD, most of the internal

Debian vs Ubuntu: A Comprehensive Comparison for Server and Desktop Users

Have you ever found yourself scratching your head, trying to decide between Debian and Ubuntu for your next server or desktop setup? You’re not alone. With their shared history and common features, it’s no wonder that many Linux users struggle to choose between these two popular distributions. At IOFLOOD, we see strong demand for both

MDADM Status Notifications: How to configure mdadm email alerts for software raid drive failures.

When managing a dedicated server, one crucial aspect to keep an eye on is the health of your RAID (Redundant Array of Independent Disks) system. RAID systems are like the unsung heroes of the server world, working behind the scenes to keep your data safe and accessible. Just as you’d want to know if your

Need a CentOS Replacement? 5 Best CentOS Alternatives in 2023

Are you looking for a CentOS alternative in 2023? If so, you’re in good company. Many people have been after CentOS alternatives in the last few years. This is largely due to changes made by RedHat for licensing and ongoing maintenance for CentOS. For the unfamiliar, CentOS is a Linux distribution built on the Red

How to install cPanel on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS

Have you wanted to use cPanel with Ubuntu instead of CentOS? Now you can! Many users prefer to use Have you considered substituting Ubuntu for CentOS when using cPanel? Now you can! Due to its popularity and ease of use as a control panel for managing websites, cPanel is frequently chosen by customers. In the

Why does “df” show 100% used disk space after deleting files in linux?

Does this sound familiar? Your Linux file system is full, so you delete a large number of big files. However, when you check disk usage with df, the disk still shows up as being completely full. If this has happened to you, you’re not alone. Most systems administrators have experienced this at least once. Understanding

Copy Files and Directories in Linux with SSH using SCP, CP, and Rsync

As a server admin, even simple tasks can benefit from a fresh perspective. To that end, today’s article talks about multiple ways you can copy an entire directory and its files in linux. To do so, we’ll be exploring three commands: cp, scp, and rsync. cp You can copy files and folders within the same