In this video I’ll show you how to manage Git repositories from Plesk Onyx, using the new Git Extension. We’ll setup a new repo in Plesk, check it out via the command line and make subsequent commits using the Github for Desktop client. Enjoy!
In this podcast I’ll show you how to backup and restore your website with Plesk 11.5. Backup and Restore in Plesk can be very easy and straightforward – and it’s fantastic when it works. There are cases though when it does not, so here are few things to keep in mind. Automatic backups may fill … Read more
So I’ve expanded my server arsenal to a fifith machine with Strato in Germany. Sadly they only offer an OpenSUSE installation bundled with Plesk (in German – unchangeable to English).
What I really wanted was another CentOS system though, which Strato offer – but without Plesk installed.
After a bit of hackage, I found out that it’s very easy to install Plesk from the command line via the Parallel’s Auto Installer.
These instructions should work on any distribution of Linux – just make sure you download the right auto installer package from the Parallels site (you need to create an account with them and log in for this link to work).