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Practical uses for your Linode server. DIY Cloud videos feature useful apps, software, and services that you can run on a Linux server. DIY Cloud shows you some great uses for your Linux server.
Linode Developer Advocate Gardiner Bryant guides you through some of the more practical and accessible applications of the cloud, such as rolling your own file storage or hosting a game server. Don’t just use the cloud — DIY your cloud.
Saltcorn | An Open Source, No-Code, Database Application Builder
Saltcorn is an flexible open source no-code database application builder. You can use it to build web applications based on relational data with flexible views, data types, and layouts. With Saltcorn you create a well designed database as you build your application. If you outgrow Saltcorn, you can take the database with you and use it with another system. Your data belongs to you, and it is easy to move it.
Intro to MySQL For Beginners Part 1
In this video we'll show the basics of getting started with MySQL. MySQL is a Relational DataBase Management System (RDBMS), and is an industry-standard open-source RDBMS that has been widely adopted by software development projects. This video provides an overview of MySQL and covers some common commands.
The Modern UNIX command “fd” replaces the “find” command with a twist
fd is a Linux program to find entries in your filesystem. It is a simple, fast and user-friendly alternative to find. In this video, we'll show you how to install fd on your system, and go over some basic examples of how to use fd in the command line.
Deploy a Wordle Clone with this Open Source React Web App
In this video we'll show you how to host your own open source Wordle clone, written in React, that you can share with your friends and family. With a little bit of tinkering you can even add your own custom words to the list of possible answers.
Keep Your Files In Sync Between the Cloud and On Prem Systems with Syncthing on Ubuntu
In this video, Josh from KeepItTechie shows you how to install and use Syncthing. Syncthing is a continuous file synchronization program used to synchronize files between two or more computers in real time. With Syncthing you can synchronize as many folders as you need with different people or just between your own devices.
Kasm Workspaces Streams Apps in the Browser as Easy as Opening Apps on your Desktop
In this video, Josh from KeepItTechie shows you how to install and use Kasm Workspaces to deploy and stream containerized apps within your browser. Kasm is an open-source tool that lets you install and deploy applications within a browser using Docker technology.
Install aaPanel with Linode’s One-Click Marketplace App | Free and Open-Source Hosting Control Panel
aaPanel is an open-source web hosting control panel alternative which enables you to host multiple websites and set up advanced server configurations with a GUI interface. Use aaPanel to host your personal sites or resell web hosting powered by Linode infrastructure.
How to Store and Organize Your Media by Installing Nextcloud on Linode Using Super Fast NVMe Storage
In this video, we'll cover setting up a Nextcloud server using Linode's One-Click Marketplace. As a bonus, we'll attach Linode's newly upgraded NVMe Block Storage to the Nextcloud server.
Focalboard – Get Organized with this Open-Source Self Hosted Trello Alternative
In this video, Josh from KeepItTechie shows you how to install and use Focalboard, an open source project management tool that helps define, organize, track and manage work across teams using a familiar kanban board view.
Setting up a Minecraft Game Server on Linux is as Easy as Pie with Cloudron on your Linode
In this video, we'll take a look at how you can use Cloudron to install and run a Multiplayer Minecraft Server on your Linode. We'll cover everything from setting up your Linode, installing Cloudron, to installing Minecraft.
How to Host a Drupal Blog on Linode | Plus Domain and Free SSL Setup
In this tutorial, we'll show you how to use Linode's One-Click Marketplace to set up a fully functioning Drupal instance. You'll see how to connect your domain name to the website using the DNS manager, and how to set up SSL for free with Certbot.
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