Technical Support

Our expertise in Linux technology enables us to provide technical support in many computer related problems including desktop support, server support, network support, backups and a lot more. Our goal is to ensure that your computer systems are running at peak performance by correcting issues as quickly and as smoothly as possible.

The following are a list of systems with which we provide excellent service and support for: Linux Servers, CentOS Enterprise Linux, Debian GNU/Linux, Fedora, Red Hat Enterprise Linux, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server, Ubuntu Linux.

Tech Support

Install Anaconda on CentOS 8

This article covers how you install Anaconda on your CentOS system. In fact, Anaconda manages many pre installed packages and that packages are helpful for data science, Machine Learning and Artificial intelligence applications. Once installed on your system, you can now start building your machine learning projects.

Install LAMP Server on Debian 11

This article covers a step-by-step procedure of how you can install LAMP stack on the Debian 11 Bullseye server. In fact, LAMP is a popular opensource stack that stands for Linux Apache MySQL/MariaDB and PHP. It’s mostly used by front-end and back-end developers to test and host a website. The stack comprises of 3 components. First, we have  Apache, which is a web server. Then we have Mariadb, which is a fork of MySQL and PHP which is a server-side scripting language. All the components are absolutely free and opensource.


How to Install Apache webserver on your Linux system ?

1. To get started, log into your server instance and update the package lists with the below command:

$ sudo apt update

2. Once your packages are up to date, install the Apache webserver with the below command:

$ sudo apt install apache2 apache2-utils

3. Once installed, verify the status of apache to see if it is running, by executing the command:

$ sudo systemctl status apache2

4. If apache is not running, you can start and enable it on boot using the commands:

$ sudo systemctl start apache2
$ sudo systemctl enable apache2

Install SlimJet Browser on Ubuntu 20.04

This article covers how to install, run, and remove a fantastic, graphical user interface-based browser for Ubuntu 20.04 LTS terminal. In fact, SlimJet is a privacy-focused browser and comes with a built-in adblocker. This means that it DOES NOT send any usage statistics back to Google’s server like Google Chrome which is ultimate for privacy. 

To Install Slimjet on Debian, Ubuntu & Mint, run the below commands respectively:

[For 64-bit DEB based systems]

$ wget http://www.slimjet.com/release/archive/8.0.4.0/slimjet_amd64.deb
$ sudo dpkg -i slimjet_amd64.deb

[For 32-bit DEB based systems]

$ wget http://www.slimjet.com/release/archive/8.0.4.0/slimjet_i386.deb
$ sudo dpkg -i slimjet_i386.deb

Install Lynx Browser on Ubuntu 20.04

This article covers how to install, run, and remove the oldest terminal-based browser Lynx for Ubuntu 20.04 LTS terminal. In fact, Lynx is a terminal-based web browser for all Linux distributions which shows the result as plain text on the terminal. 

Install Links Browser on Ubuntu 20.04

This article covers how to install, run, and remove the Links browser for Ubuntu 20.04 LTS terminal. In fact, Links provides a pull-down menu system, renders complex pages, has partial HTML 4.0 support (including tables, frames and support for multiple character sets and UTF-8), supports color and monochrome terminals and allows horizontal scrolling.


How To Install links on Ubuntu ?

1. Update system:

$ sudo apt-get update

2. Install links:

Ater updating the OS run following command to install the package:

$ sudo apt-get install links

Install Elinks on Ubuntu 20.04

This article covers how to install, run, and remove Elinks browser on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS. In fact, Elinks runs in the terminal. Not only it saves bandwidth but also consumes a few system resources. On a server where resources are always constrained, elinks can be the best choice to access the web.


Step by step installation of elinks:

1: Update system:

$ sudo apt-get update

2: Install: elinks

Ater updating the OS run following command to install the package:

$ sudo apt-get install elinks


How to Completely remove elinks with all configuration files from Ubuntu?

Following command should be used with care as it deletes all the configuration files and data:

$ sudo apt-get purge elinks

or you can use following command also:

$ sudo apt-get purge --auto-remove elinks

Above command will remove all the configuration files and data associated with elinks package. You can can't recover the delete data, so, use this command with care.