Install gpEasy CMS with NGINX and PHP5-FPM on an Ubuntu 14.04 VPS

In this article we will show you how to install gpEasy CMS on a Ubuntu 14.04 VPS using Nginx web-server and PHP5-FPM. gpEasy is a simple and powerful CMS. It was designed to be an easy to use, but lightweight and fully functional content management system (CMS). gpEasy CMS doesn’t require you to setup any databases and allows you to edit your website on the fly since it’s flat-file based.
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Ubuntu GNOME 14.10 Screenshot Tour

The Ubuntu GNOME team is proud and happy to announce the release of Ubuntu GNOME 14.10 (Utopic Unicorn). Ubuntu GNOME is an official flavour of Ubuntu, featuring the GNOME desktop environment. Features: most of GNOME 3.12 is now included, the few missing bits of 3.12 are available in ppa; gnome-maps and gnome-weather are now installed by default, gnome-photos, gnome-music and polari are available to install from the Ubuntu archive; a set of 10 new high-quality wallpapers are included by default; GNOME Classic session is included – to try it, choose it from the Sessions option on the login screen; new themes (like numix) are available in the archive.
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Ubuntu 14.04 In The Power8 Cloud From RunAbove

Yesterday I shared my preview of RunAbove’s PowerPC cloud using IBM’s latest POWER8 CPUs. RunAbove’s PowerPC cloud currently offers an instance type up to 176 threads, for which I’ve spent the past few days of benchmarking. While initially the only operating system enabled in the POWER8 cloud was Fedora 19, now Ubuntu 14.04 LTS is also an option…
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Open-Source Radeon 2D Performance Is Better With Ubuntu 14.10

While we’re most often looking at the OpenGL 3D performance of the Linux graphics drivers, in the tests currently being done of Ubuntu 14.04 LTS vs. Ubuntu 14.10 are also a number of 2D graphics benchmarks. In the article today are our 2D benchmarks between Ubuntu 14.04.1 and Ubuntu 14.10 for various AMD Radeon graphics cards and it shows off significant performance improvements.
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