Category Archives for "Linux Tutorials"

7 Ways to Check the MySQL Version on Linux

Checking MySql version in different ways

Are you trying to figure out which commands to execute to check MySQL Version on different Linux distributions like RedHat, CentOS, and Ubuntu?Hold on a sec, Did you know the latest version of MySQL available for Linux?  The current version of MySQL available for Linux is 5.7.6  Let’s explore different ways to check MySQL version installed on […]

  • by Raju
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  • December 5, 2016

Nginx vs Apache


IntroductionIn this article we are going to discuss important features of Apache and Nginx. Also, I am going to explain advantages/disadvantages of Nginx vs Apache.​Apache​Apache creates processes and threads to handle additional connections. The administrator can configure the server to control the maximum number of allowable processes. This configuration varies depending on the available memory […]

Installing GIT On Ubuntu 14.04

Git Installation

What is GIT? GIT is a free and open source distributed version control system designed to handle everything from small to very large projects with speed and efficiency. It is easy to learn and has a tiny footprint with lightning fast performance. It outclasses SCM tools like Subversion, CVS, Perforce, and ClearCase with features like cheap local branching, […]

  • by Shiva
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  • November 17, 2016

3 Different Ways to Check Apache Version ?

Apache Version check

Are you curious about knowing which Apache version you are using for your website? You can leave all your worries and just follow my article to check Apache version from WHM, cPanel and Shell.Apache Version From WHMLogin to your WHM. On the left menu bar search for “Server status” section under that select “Apache status“. […]

Changing the SSH Port in Linux Server

SecureShell Port on a Linux server

I want to discuss few points about changing the SSH Port on a CentOS server. There might be many ways to change, but I will let you learn the easiest way to change the port number.​Introduction​SSH is nothing but a Secure Shell. It gives you an option to login to a remote machine and execute commands. It […]