Quick Tip: Installing timestrap on CentOS 7
timestrap is a new self-hosted time tracking system—let’s take a quick walkthrough of how you can install it on a VPS running CentOS.
Tutorial: Get More From Terminals With tmux
tmux allows you to switch between several programs within a single terminal—particularly useful when working on a VPS. Let’s dive in to see how it works.
Quick Tip: Getting Started With Vagrant And WordPress
If one wants to work from standard LAMP stack—Wordpress, in particular—the best advice in the past was to install MAMP or XAMPP to develop locally.
What’s Next for SSD Nodes: KVM and Containers
Here at SSD Nodes, we field a lot of feature and infrastructure requests from our customers. Of them all, the most prevalent might be: “When is KVM coming? When can …
Quick Tip: Track Your Bash History
Sometimes, you want to look back in time and see what commands you ran in the past. Thanks to the history command built into the Linux shell, you can do …
Curious about configuration management for your VPS?
Here’s a situation you might have found yourself in lately—you set up a local development environment for your new website, spent dozens of hours coding it up, only to find …
Quick Tip: Get on ‘top’ of VPS Processes
Whether you’ve just noticed some sluggishness on your VPS or you’ve run into a situation where you’re using more than your fair share of your shared resources, there might come …