While BigBlueButton may not be as popular compared to Jitsi, it still has its space among different walks of life. If you are a Jitsi fan, worry not; I will guide you step-by-step in installing and integrating Jitsi with Rocket.Chat for video and audio conferencing.
I noticed that some users have installed Nextcloud with SQLite on a production system. This is suitable for a user or two with lower server load. However, if you are considering switching to a more reliable database for improved performance, you can utilize MariaDB, MySQL, or PostgreSQL. In this article, I will guide you on how to migrate the Nextcloud database from SQLite to MariaDB.
BigBlueButton doesn't need any introduction. If you have used or heard of Jitsi, I am confident that you may have heard of BigBlueButton too. In this article, we will install BigBlueButton and integrate it with a Rocket.Chat instance. Even if you don't have Rocket.Chat, you can still use BigBlueButton as a standalone software with the Greenlight frontend for meetings and calls.
If you have followed the tutorial to install FreePBX with Asterisk using the FreePBX ISO, you may want to configure SSL for FreePBX without accessing the server and running additional commands. This can be achieved entirely through the FreePBX UI.
FreePBX needs no introduction if you are into VOIP products or have used Asterisk. FreePBX is considered a frontend for communicating with the Asterisk server. There are different ways to install and set up Asterisk and FreePBX. Some cloud providers provide ready-made images through their marketplaces. Today I will share how to set up FreePBX (Asterisk) on a cloud server using FreePBX ISO.
WordPress has become a content management platform that is too big and complex for simple blogging. Ghost installation is very simple, think of it as an alternative to WordPress for blogging that easy to use.