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Guide to Installing Piwigo on Ubuntu Server

Piwigo is a powerful open-source photo gallery software that allows you to easily manage, organize, and share your photos online. With its user-friendly interface and extensive features, Piwigo has become a popular choice for individuals, photographers, and organizations alike. In this guide, we will walk through the step-by-step process of installing Piwigo on Ubuntu Server, ensuring a smooth installation and configuration.
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How to install Matomo (Piwik) on Ubuntu server

Matomo previously known as Piwik is an analytic tool which can be installed on-premise. It is a Google Analytics alternative with data in your control. If you want to install and setup an analytic tool on your server for different reasons, Matomo is the one you should be looking to install.
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Install Nextcloud AIO on Ubuntu

A year or so ago Nextcloud team introduced AIO (All In One), which simplifies the installation with containers. In this article I will guide you how to install Nextcloud AIO on Ubuntu with Apache reverse proxy, and SSL from Let's encrypt.
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Install Mattermost on Ubuntu 22.04 server

Mattermost is a collaboration tool designed for teams to communicate efficiently. It have mobiles apps and they are open source which could be white labelled if needed. In this article let me guide you how to install and setup Mattermost on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS server.
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How to upgrade OnlyOffice document server

Few months back I wrote an article on how to install OnlyOffice document server on Ubuntu 22.04 server and connect it to your Nextcloud instance. But what if you want to upgrade the document server at some stage? So here today I am going to guide you step by step how to upgrade OnlyOffice document server.
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Setup Plausible on Ubuntu 22.04 with Apache proxy

Plausible is an alternative to Google Analytics and Matomo. It is a web based analytics software which you can self-host too on your own server. They also provide cloud accounts to host your data on their servers like Google Analytics. Here I will guide you how to setup Plausible on Ubuntu 22.04 with Apache as proxy and SSL certificate from Let's encrypt on your own server.