MariaDB: version update

In this tutorial, I’ll explain how to perform a “mounted” (10.4 to 10.5) version of MariaDB on a Linux environment (Ubuntu). Before starting this operation, it is imperative to perform at least a backup of the databases. If the server is backed up, verify the backup. Small tip if you are in a virtual environment …

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Veeam Backup Office 365 Community Edition (v5): installation and configuration

In this tutorial, I will (re) introduce you to Veeam Backup for Microsoft Office 365 Community Edition (V5). As its name suggests, it is a backup software dedicated to backing up Microsoft Office 365 tenants (Exchange, OneDrive, SharePoint, etc.). The Community Edition is a free edition of Veeam Backup Office 365 that allows you to …

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GLPI: reset the password of the glpi account

In this tutorial, I will explain how to reset GLPI account password. After installing GLPI, you are invited to change the password of the glpi account (super-admin) which has the glpi password. What if you “forgot” the account password and the rest of the user accounts are using an Active Directory that is no longer …

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GLPI: installation on an Nginx server

Introduction In this tutorial, we will see step by step how to install GLPI on an Nginx / PHP / MariaDB server. Before you begin, you are going to need a web server with Nginx / PHP / MariaDB installed. If you need everything is explained in this tutorial: Ubuntu: install a web server – …

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GLPI: install a plugin

Presentation In this tutorial, I will explain how to install a plugin on GLPI. A plugin allows you to add additional features such as automatic inventory, adding form, adding fields …. the list is long … You can also develop your own plugin. Since GLPI version 9.5, there are two ways to install plugins, which …

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Veeam: change the location of the logs

Introduction Veeam backup software writes a lot of logs and they are stored by default on drive C at the following location C:\ProgramData\Veeam\Backup. As you can see in the screenshot below, this represents a certain volume, over 4GB, and if the C: \ drive starts to run out of space, it might be worth moving …

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