Compile Furious from Source Using Docker

This article is Inspired by a question recently posted in a popular tech forum:

How do I create a standalone Linux AMD64 binary for the Furious scanner?
I don’t want to load Go on a device just to use it.

I can only speculate on this person’s objection to loading the Go tools on their device. However, it is a laudable ambition (in my humble opinion) to avoid cluttering systems with software that will only be used once or twice, so I shall endeavor to reward our friend with a more optimal solution to their dilemma.

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Tutorial: Install GLPI with Caddy on Ubuntu 22.04

This step-by-step tutorial will demonstrate how to install GLPI on Ubuntu 22.04 using the Caddy webserver and MariaDB database.

GLPI is a powerful open source IT Service Management application aligned to the ITIL framework. It offers an IT Service Desk, Problem Management, Change Management, Inventory and Asset Management and many other features.

Caddy is a modern, performant web server written in Go. It can also act as a reverse proxy or file server and has built in support to automatically obtain and renew TLS certificates.

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Open Source Customer Relationship Management Systems


In today’s competitive business landscape, building strong customer relationships and streamlining interactions with clients are critical for success. This is where Customer Relationship Management (CRM) systems come into play. A CRM system is a powerful tool that allows businesses to manage customer data, track interactions, streamline sales processes, and improve overall customer satisfaction.

In this blog, we will explore the world of Open Source CRM systems and how they have emerged as robust alternatives to proprietary offerings. We’ll delve into some of the most established and innovative Open Source CRMs, highlighting their core features, customisability, and integration capabilities. Additionally, we’ll examine how the open source business model has transformed the CRM landscape.

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How WordPress Demonstrates the Open-Source Advantage.


When considering software for business or personal use, it’s essential to approach the evaluation process with an “Intelligent Interest” to ensure that an appropriate solution is selected. This is true regardless of whether we are considering open-source or proprietary software. Not all open-source software (OSS) is created equal, and a given OSS solution may not be suitable for all situations.

WordPress stands out as one of the most successful examples of OSS and is the most widely adopted content management system (CMS). In this article, we will explore how WordPress exemplifies the features, advantages, and benefits of OSS in general. Furthermore, these characteristics indicate some desirable selection criteria that we can apply to an OSS solution to help determine whether it is appropriate for a specific use case.

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