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Ghost Gives Creators Tools to Launch their own Subscription Business | Ghost Server Install Tutorial

Ghost is a complete platform to run an independent media business, whether you're just getting started as a creator, or scaling to millions of dollars a year in recurring revenue. In this video, @TechHut shows you how to get a Ghost site up and running.

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Start Hosting Your Own Online Courses with Moodle | DIY Cloud Tutorials

Moodle is a Learning Management System with a community of open source contributors that prioritize accessibility, security, and cross device support. Build and self-host an online course with Moodle’s Marketplace App on Linode.

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Ditch Calendly for Calendso | The Open Source Appointment Scheduler

In this video, Josh from KeepItTechie shows you how to install and use Calendso, the open source Calendly alternative. With Calendso, you are in charge of your own data, workflow and appearance.

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How to Install Cloudron on Linode with LanaLux | Self Host a Marketplace of Open Source Apps

Cloudron is a platform that makes it easy to install, manage and secure web apps on a server. In this video, LanaLux will show you how to get a Cloudron server up and running so you can install multiple apps on your server.

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App Deployment with NGINX & Supervisor | Python App From Scratch With Justin Mitchel

In part the final part of this series on setting up a Python Web App from scratch, Justin Mitchel covers the final piece in deploying your Python app.

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Creating a Virtual Environment | Python App From Scratch With Justin Mitchel

In part 4 of 5 of this series on setting up a Python Web App from scratch, Justin Mitchel covers installing Python in a virtual environment, making that environment production ready, and installing FastAPI. Be sure to subscribe to catch the rest of this series.

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Git & Version Control | Python App From Scratch With Justin Mitchel

In part 3 of 5 of this series on setting up a Python Web App from scratch, Justin Mitchel covers Git basics, Version Control, and how to work with a git server. Be sure to subscribe to catch the rest of this series.

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Securing Your Web App | Python App From Scratch With Justin Mitchel

In part 2 of 5 of this series on setting up a Python Web App from scratch, Justin Mitchel covers setting up some basic security best practices including using SSH keys, configuring user and group permissions, and securing NGINX with UFW. Be sure to subscribe to catch the rest of this series.

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Python Web App From Scratch Series | Part 1-5 With Justin Mitchel

In Part 1 of this series on setting up a Python Web App from scratch, we'll cover simple Setup & Recommendations to get started. Be sure to subscribe to catch the rest of the series.

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Kimai The Open Source Time-Tracking App | DIY Cloud

Kimai is a free & open source time tracker for everyone. It tracks work time with views available for different time periods, by customer, or by project. In this video, we'll cover how to install and use Kimai on Linode.

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Maximize Your Privacy with Searx | DIY Cloud

Searx is a metasearch engine, aggregating the results of other search engines while not storing information about its users. It provides basic privacy by mixing your queries with searches on other platforms without storing search data.

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How to Use Nano | Command Line Text Editor

GNU nano is a popular command-line text editor that is included in most Linux distributions. The interface is comparable to GUI-based text editors, which makes nano a popular choice for those who find vi or emacs commands non-intuitive.

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