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Talk is cheap. Show me the code. Linus Torvalds

In Part 5 of the tutorial we'll buy a domain and point it to the Hetzner Server and create a Virtual Host for domain and check if it's online.

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Talk is cheap. Show me the code. Linus Torvalds

In Part 4 of the tutorial we'll establish ssh keys, add a new sudo user as owner of ssh service and deactivate the root user.

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The Linux philosophy is ‘Laugh in the face of danger’. Oops. Wrong One. ‘Do it yourself’. Yes, that’s it. Linus Torvalds

In Part 3 of the tutorial we'll update and upgrade the Ubuntu installation, install apache2 and php.

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In real open source, you have the right  to control your own destiny. Linus Torvalds

In Part 2 of the tutorial we'll register and create a Hetzner Cloud Server, then we'll connect to it via ssh in a terminal.

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Start small and think about the details. Linus Torvalds

You always wanted to run your own Linux server but don't know where to start? The tutorials you can find online are incomplete, outdated or simply in a language from another planet?

You're welcome, that's how I felt when I started with it.

Read how you can have your own virtual or dedicated Linu...

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standing on the shoulders of giants

Let me share how I did it

Becoming a certified Professional Scrum Product Owner I (PSPO I) comes at a price. Do you have to pay it out of your own pocket? Then you may want to save some money. I think I can help you with that.

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standing on the shoulders of giants

This is a big thank you...

...to all the great developers and tech enthusiasts that make highly automated and agile programming possible.

Without their love and devotion to all the million tiny details it would be impossible for single people to potentially offer content on the web to literall...

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Mountains

I've been building a setup for about a month as a side project. Now let's get started with this new adventure. For a start I'm going to blog weekly. Let's see if I can make it a solid ritual.

JohnDevRebel blog was built on:

  • Apple MacBook Pro
  • Linux Virtual Cloud Server Ubuntu 20.04
  • Open Dev...
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