Linux – Runing Scripts / Programs at Startup

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Linux – Runing Scripts / Programs at Startup

In this tutorial, I will be talking about how to get your Linux server (I will be using Ubuntu but it should work fine on most distros)


Linux – Trigger commands and tasks during file system changes

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Linux – Trigger commands and tasks during file system changes

In this tutorial, we will be showing you how to run tasks/scripts when the file system creates an event. Overview We will be doing this something called incrontab, as the name suggests it is similar to crontab You may be … Continued


Installing Ubuntu 14.04 LTS server in VirtualBox 5.0

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Installing Ubuntu 14.04 LTS server in VirtualBox 5.0

Ubuntu is one of the most popular Linux operating systems around and one of the easiest and best supported with hardware. Today I will be showing you how to install Ubuntu 14.04 server LTS (long-term support) in VirtualBox. You can … Continued


Installing ifconfig in CentOS 7

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Installing ifconfig in CentOS 7

Some of you may have noticed that ifconfig is not in CentOS any more you will need to install it. luckily is very easy to install. All you need is an Internet connection. Enter the following command: sudo yum install … Continued


Setting up a LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP) Stack in Ubuntu

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Setting up a LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP) Stack in Ubuntu

Today I’m going to show you how to install and setup a LAMP stack. LAMP Stands for Linux, Apache, MySQL and PHP. This is a very powerful software stack used for creating websites and web APIS (Application Programming interface) So … Continued


LEMP Install on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS

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LEMP Install on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS

The LEMP Stack is similar to the LAMP Stack, the only difference is that you will have nginx (pronounced engine x) instead of apache. You wont much differences in between the two but here are some. uses less resources on … Continued


Connecting to a Linux server via SSH

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Connecting to a Linux server via SSH

SSH is very handy for Linux servers. It allows you to connect to the server and run commands remotely. SSH is secure all data that is received and transmitted is encrypted and no one can see that you are sending … Continued


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