Installation

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Jitsi meet is a free open source video conferencing web application. Just like Google Meet and Zoom, Jitsi meet provides the option to easily create a meeting in a browser within seconds without additional software or browser extensions. Jitsi doesn't require an account to use its additional features like Screen Sharing, Group chat, Integration with different chat platforms like Mattermost or Slack. Below are the steps to install and configure Jitsi on an Ubuntu server. Step 1: You will need to have a server with SSH root access.
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Mattermost is an open source, self-hosted, team communication platform. There are desktop clients for Windows, MacOS, and Linux and mobile apps for iOS and Android. Mattermost is a better choice for enterprises who want a robust solution with no per-user fees like Slack. When considering the performance point of view, it is having lower CPU usage because they are written in Go and React and hence provide an added advantage based on other competitor chat environments.  Let’s see how we can install Mattermost on Centos 7.
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Drupal rooms module is a booking and room management solution for businesses such as hotels and rentals. Availability and pricing of rooms can be managed easily by using this module. Integration with Drupal Commerce module enables handling payments. Here is how we can install and configure rooms module for use.
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We recently had to install GNU/Linux on 40 computers at the regional Police Training College(PTC), Trivandrum. This was part of a Free Software Training Program that PTC is conducting currently for police personnel in Kerala. Zyxware was proudly part of this initiative both in training and in setting up GNU/Linux GNU/Linux on all 40 computers in the training lab. We had also prepared Linux Mint cds to be given to the trainees given their non-technical backgrounds.
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If you do a google search on this topic you will come across different posts that says how windows does not allow booting of a logical partition and why windows should be installed on a primary partition. The fact of the matter is that windows allows itself to be installed on logical partitions but it will want a primary windows partition to boot up. Recently we faced a situation where we had to make a windows installed on a logical partition boot up on its own.