kimai time tracker installation docker

Kimai – Time Trakcer installation deployment using Docker


Kimai is a free open source timetracker. It tracks the time you spend with various pre-set projects and prints out a summary of your activities on demand. The automated docker Kimai time tracker image “linuxconfig/kimai” can be used to instantly deploy the Kimai time tracker on your docker hosts.

kimai time tracker installation docker


The Kimai runs on Debian GNU/Linux system featuring Apache web server, MariaDB ( MySQL ), database and PHP5. After creating a docker container based on “linuxconfig/kimai” docker image, a port 80 will be exposed which can be access on the docker host for an immediate Kimai web configuration/installation as well as later access.

Configured MySQL users:passwords:

  • root:”empty password”
  • admin:”pass”

Configured MySQL databases:

  • kimai

Exposed ports:

  • 80


The below command can be used to download and create a new docker container called kimai and link your docker host system’s port 80 with container’s exposed port 80.

# docker run -d --name=kimai -p 80:80 linuxconfig/kimai

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Apache Solr installed on Linux

Apache Solr Linux install

Apache Solr is open source search software. It’s capable of being implemented as an enterprise-level search engine thanks to its high scalability, advanced indexing, fast queries, and ability to integrate with a large variety of applications. It’s capable of tackling big data and also has high availability with its load balancing and failover configurations.

The platform is written in Java and can be installed on Linux systems. In this guide, we’ll show the step by step instructions for installing Apache Solr on some of the most popular Linux distros, including Ubuntu, Debian, CentOS, and Red Hat.

In this tutorial you will learn:

  • How to install Apache Solr on Debian based systems
  • How to install Apache Solr on Red Hat based systems
  • Initial configuration of Apache Solr
Apache Solr installed on Linux

Apache Solr installed on Linux

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apt-add-repository: command not found error when trying to add a PPA respository

sudo: apt-add-repository: command not found?

The sudo: apt-add-repository: command not found error is one you might encounter when trying to add a third party PPA repository on Debian, Ubuntu, Linux Mint, or any other Linux distribution based on Debian.

PPA repositories are used for installing third party software not available in a system’s official repositories. In this guide, we’ll show you how to remedy this error so you can add these repositories and install the desired software.

In this tutorial you will learn:

  • How to fix apt-add-repository: command not found error
apt-add-repository: command not found error when trying to add a PPA respository

apt-add-repository: command not found error when trying to add a PPA respository

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Start sugarcrm installation wizard

SugarCRM CE installation on Debian 7 Wheezy Linux

In this config we will install SugarCRM CE the community edition of customer relationship management software by SugarCRM, Inc on Debian 7 “wheezy” Linux.


The community edition of sugarCRM is licensed under AGPLv3. Current version of sugarCRM CE is 6.5.18. Head over to SugarCRM CE home page and download the latest full installation package or use the link and command below to download sugarCRM CE to your home directory:

# wget
Saving to: `'

100%[===========>] 21,267,418   722K/s   in 34s     

2014-10-20 06:09:54 (615 KB/s) - `' saved [21267418/21267418]

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Sling TV on Kodi

How to Watch Sling TV in Kodi

Kodi’s support for DRM in version 18 and beyond opened the doors to streaming services like Sling TV. It’s simple enough to get it running within Kodi and start watching live TV legally.

In this tutorial you will learn:

  • How to Install the Inputstream Packages
  • How to Install the Inputstream Helper Add-on
  • How to Install Sling TV in Kodi
  • How to Sign in and Use Sling

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warzone2100 main menu

WarZone2100 Installation on Debian Wheezy

If you run Debian Wheezy 7 Linux as your main operating system and you wish to try open source real-time strategy and real-time tactics hybrid computer game WarZone 2100 then here is a short guide on how to install this game on your debian system.

First, download latest tar ball from official WarZone2100 git repository. Start by installing git and then download WarZone2100’s latest source code:

# apt-get install git
$ git clone

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Debian Linux desktop

Debian Linux Download

Debian is one of the oldest Linux distributions that still survives today. If you’re looking for a tried and true Linux distro to download, Debian is about as good as it gets. For other most popular Linux distributions please visit our dedicated linux download page. Debian believes in a completely free operating system.

Other popular Linux distributions, like Ubuntu, Linux Mint, and many others are based off of Debian. It comes with GNOME desktop environment and a huge repository of software that can be installed with apt package manager.

Debian is a solid choice for both desktops and servers, which has given way to its sustained popularity over the last three decades. Debian’s long reign as one of the most popular distributions has yielded a lot of documentation available on the official website. It’s easy to get started with Debian.

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Install Intel wireless firmware on Debian 7 wheezy

If you have not installed wireless firmware to support your wireless network card during Debian wheezy installation you can do so later by enabling debian’s non-free repository. Here is how you do it. First open your /etc/apt/sources.list file and change line ( your repository mirror may be different ):


deb wheezy main


deb wheezy main non-free

Once done update packages list with a command:

# apt-get update

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Netflix on Kodi

How to Install Netflix in Kodi on Ubuntu and Debian

With the arrival of Kodi 18 Leia also came the ability to access DRM restricted content from servies like Netflix. As of now, the Netflix add-on isn’t in the official Kodi repositories, but it’s easy enough to install and set up on Debian and Ubuntu, and that includes installations on the Raspberry Pi.

In this tutorial you will learn:

  • How to Install Kodi 18
  • How to Install the Netflix Dependencies
  • How to Enable The Netflix Repository
  • How to Install the Netflix Add-on

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Nextcloud Client on Debian 10

How to Install Nextcloud Client on Debian 10 Buster

If you already have a Nextcloud server in place, you’re going to need to set up your client devices to connect to it. Setting up the Nextcloud client on Debian is very simple, and so is setting up your folders to sync.

In this tutorial you will learn:

  • How to Install the Nextcloud Client
  • How to Connect to the Server
  • How to Set up a Folder to Sync

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Debian package

Easy way to create a Debian package and local package repository

This article describes a simple way to create a home made debian package and include it into a local package repository. Although we could use an existing Debian/Ubuntu package, we will start from scratch by creating and packaging our own trivial application. Once our package is ready, we will include it into our local package repository. This article illustrates a very simplistic approach, however it may serve as a template in many different scenarios.

In this tutorial you will learn:

  • How to create a trivial debian package
  • How to create a local debian repository
  • How to add the repository to the list of software sources

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