• Server managment GUI tools

    If you want to monitor or manage your server via a browser interface, you can do it with these free tools.

  • ffmpeg basic commands

    These are the basics of the video processing tool “ffmpeg”.

  • Creating an SSH server (Linux)

    If you are using a Linux VPS, you are connecting to it via SSH protocol. But if you have created a new user and you want to allow SSH access for that user, you will have to complete some simple steps.

  • Using the SSH terminal client

    If you are using a Linux local computer, the simplest way to connect to a remote server via SSH is using openSSH client in your Terminal.

  • How to use MobaXterm

    In addition to PuTTY (How to use PuTTY), there is another popular software for connecting to remote servers, MobaXterm.

  • Install Ghost with Docker

    Ghost is a CMS platform (like WordPress) you can install on your server for free. It’s simpler than WordPress, but it has everything you need to create a blog. These are the steps to install it with Docker:

  • How to configure a RTMP server with Docker

    If you want to use your own streaming platform for your live videos, you can do it with a couple of commands using Docker containers.

  • How to install Jitsi

    Jitsi Meet is an open-source video conferencing platform you can install on your server.

  • Using Remmina in Linux to connect to an RDP server

    Remmina is a Linux software you can use to connect to a server that has RDP enabled (mostly Windows Server VPS, but you can add RDP to a Linux system).

  • How to use PuTTY

    If you are going to use a Windows computer to access your VPS, you are probably going to use PuTTY because it’s the most popular SSH client for Windows.