osTicket is one of the leading open source ticketing systems. Here’s an easy way to spin up an instance on Ubuntu.
This script is purely intended for use in short-lived demo systems. The passwords are obvious (password !?) and there is no hardening applied to any of this system. DO NOT USE THIS SCRIPT IN PRODUCTION.
Create Shell Script
Spin up an Ubuntu instance then create a new shell script and give it executable permissions:
chmod +x osTicket.sh
Paste this into the script: Continue reading “osTicket Automated Install Script” »
Plex is a streaming media server that lets you organize your video, music, and photo collections and stream them to all of your devices at any time and from anywhere.
Although this tutorial is written for Ubuntu 18.04 Bionic Beaver the same steps can be used for Debian and Ubuntu 16.04 Xenial Xerus.
You’ll need to be logged in as a user with sudo access to be able to install packages on your Ubuntu system.
Install Plex Media Server
The easiest way to install and manage Plex Media Server on Ubuntu 18.04 is by using the Plex official repository. It requires no technical knowledge and it should not take you more than 20 minutes to install and configure the media server.
Follow the steps below to install the Plex Media Server on your Ubuntu system:
Start by importing the repository’s GPG key using the following curl command:
curl https://downloads.plex.tv/plex-keys/PlexSign.key | sudo apt-key add -
Add the Plex APT repository to your system’s software repository list by issuing:
echo deb https://downloads.plex.tv/repo/deb public main | sudo tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/plexmediaserver.list
Once the Plex repository is enabled, update the apt package list and install the latest version of the Plex Media Server with: Continue reading “Install Plex on Ubuntu 18.04” »