Tutorial: Installing WordPress on LEMP and Ubuntu 16.04
If you already have a LEMP stack running on your VPS and want to install Wordpress, you’re in luck—this tutorial will walk you through all the steps.
Quick Tip: Using Aliases for Good
In Bash, the default Unix shell on most Linux systems, you can save yourself a little bit of time and typing effort by using the alias command to create some …
5 VPS Tools to Get Your Startup Humming
We probably don’t need to spend any time convincing you why a VPS is the better choice for your startup over shared hosting with one of the big, impersonal players …
How to enable 2FA on your SSD Nodes dashboard
Here at SSD Nodes, we can’t recommend enough that our customers turn on two-factor authentication (2FA) as soon as they create their account and launch their first virtual private server …
Secure your VPS with one simple password trick
Most people who operate a VPS understand one of the fundamentals of password best practices: never use the same password in more than one location.
Worry Not: Our Hobbies Are Safe from AI
Will AI make sysadmins or webdevs obsolete? No matter how complex AI-driven tools get, they can’t share in the passion we have for creating cool new things.
Installing Nginx, MySQL, PHP (LEMP) on Ubuntu 16.04
A virtual private server (VPS) is most often used to host dynamic websites and applications. This requires installing and configuring a web server.