Easy!Appointments is a FREE and open source online appointment booking and management system. It allows clients of businesses such as hair stylists, spas, and tutors to view and book appointments from available time slots. Easy!Appointments can manage customers, services and staff and can be implemented on a pre-existing website. Learn how to install Easy!Appointments on […]
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Wallabag is a free and open source webpage saving application used to store webpages for future reading or referencing. Wallabag saves the text and images from a webpage and reconstructs the page within the application for an easy to read interface. It even predicts how long it will take to read the article! Read on […]
Pydio is an open source self-hosted alternative to online cloud service providers. This software provides additional privacy by storing files on local computers and removes the small storage limitations that online service provides offer. Pydio boasts features such as monitoring the number of times files are downloaded and can share files to internal or external […]
phpBB is an online bulletin board web application. Often used as a community web forum, online bulletin boards promote online collaboration and discussion between groups with similar interests. Read on to learn how to install a self-hosted bulletin board on an Ubuntu 14.04. Video Tutorial Written Tutorial Prerequisites This tutorial assumes the following setup: A […]
Moodle is an open source online learning management system. It is flexible and offers many teaching and training tools through its large plugin directory and compatibility with other web applications such as Google Apps and SCORM. Learn how to setup Moodle 2.9 on an Ubuntu 14.04 desktop. Prerequisites The following tutorial assumes that a computer […]
With increased concerns regarding internet security, adding additional preventative measures to publicly accessible computers like the one in this Home Server Series is an almost automatic inclusion. Find out how to create a self-signed SSL certificate and force all traffic to be redirected to secure HTTPS from unsecured HTTP.