How to Install MySQL/MariaDB on Ubuntu

The second part of our LAMP tutorial series: how to install MySQL (or MariaDB) on an Ubuntu server.

This tutorial is intended for Ubuntu servers, the instructions should work on any LTS release of Ubuntu, including Ubuntu 14.04, Ubuntu 16.04, Ubuntu 18.04, even non-LTS releases like Ubuntu 17.10 and other Ubuntu-based distros. We tested this on an Ubuntu 16.04 server.

Read the MySQL/MariaDB installation tutorial

Avoiding Server Disaster

Worried that your server will go down? You should be. Here are some disaster-planning tips for server owners. Avoiding Server Disaster

How to get into DevOps

I've observed a sharp uptick of developers and systems administrators interested in "getting into DevOps" within the past year or so. This pattern makes sense: In an age in which a single developer can spin up a globally distributed infrastructure for an application with a few dollars and a few API calls, the gap between development and systems administration is closer than ever. Although I've seen plenty of blog posts and articles about cool DevOps tools and thoughts to think about, I've seen fewer content on pointers and suggestions for people looking to get into this work.

4 artificial intelligence trends to watch

However much your IT operation is using artificial intelligence today, expect to be doing more with it in 2018. Even if you have never dabbled in AI projects, this may be the year talk turns into action Read More.

How to Install and Optimize Apache on Ubuntu

Detailed instructions on how to install, configure, and optimize Apache on an Ubuntu server:

How to install and optimize Apache on Ubuntu.

2 scientific calculators for the Linux desktop

Every Linux desktop environment comes with at least a simple desktop calculator, but most of those simple calculators are just that: a simple tool for simple calculations.

Fortunately, there are exceptions; programs that go far beyond square roots and a couple of trigonometric functions, yet are still easy to use. Here are two powerful calculator tools for Linux, plus a couple of bonus options.Read More.

How to install or upgrade PHP version to PHP 7

PHP (Hypertext Preprocessor) is a widely used open source scripting language that is used mainly for web development. It is used generally for creating dynamic web pages or for dynamic images on websites.
In this tutorial, we will learn to install & also to upgrade PHP to latest version i.e. 7.x on CentOS/RHEL & also on Ubuntu systems. Read More.

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How To Install & Configure OTRS Help Desk Ticketing System On Linux

Every company maintains the ticketing system to track user request. Ticketing tool is one of the essential application in the IT industry.

You can find a lot of ticketing tools in the market and each one has their own unique features. Wide range of options are available to choose ticketing system, so you have to pick suitable one for you as per your requirement. Read More.

How to build custom IoT hardware with Arduino

Recently I wanted to create an Arduino-based low-power Internet of Things (IoT) device for makers, with built-in sensors that could be used to deliver sensor data from any location to the cloud, and potentially control connected devices such as thermostats, lights, door locks, and other home automation products. Along the way, I learned that creating a new IoT device, from idea to prototype to final product, is not as simple as I thought it would be, and there was no "ready-to-go" development device to start with.

How to Find a File in Linux with the Find Command

The Linux find command is one of the most important and handy commands in Linux systems. It can, as the name suggests, find files on your Linux PC based on pretty much whatever conditions and variables you set. You can find files by permissions, users, groups, file type, date, size and other possible criteria using the find command. Read More.

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