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Installing MYSQL on Ubuntu 14.04

MySQL on Ubuntu

IntroductionMYSQL is an open-source database management system, commonly installed as part of the popular LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP/Python/Perl) stack. It uses a relational database and SQL (Structured Query Language) to manage its data. But, let us see installing MySql on Ubuntu 14.04. In this we learn how to install MYSQL version 5.5, 5.6 on a […]

  • by Shiva
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  • November 7, 2016

How to Configure SSH-Key Based Authentication on Linux

How to create SSH-Key Based Authentication

IntroductionSecure shell/SSH is an encrypted protocol used to administer and communicate with servers securely. Usually, to login into a server we use passwords, which is the not too secure way to communicate with servers. Lets see about SSH-Key Based Authentication which is the most secure way to connect to your servers. When working on a Linux […]

  • by Shiva
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  • October 28, 2016

How to Install PHPMyAdmin on Ubuntu 14.04?

It represents about the PHPMyAdmin installation on Ubuntu 14.04

PHPMyAdmin is a graphical web interface to manage all databases which can be install on your Ubuntu 14.04 Operating System. Through PHPMyAdmin, you can create, delete and run database queries with more ease. If you are not familiar with MySQL from a command line, PHPMyAdmin is the best alternative I can suggest. Basically, most of the users […]

How to Create and Manage MySQL Databases from cPanel?

There are two ways that allow us creating MySQL Databases from Cpanel. 1. MySQL Databases from Menu  2. MySQL Database Wizard1. Creating a database from MySQL Databases from cpanel menu1.1 To create Database(s) log Into cPanel —-> Click on the MySQL Databases menu In the Databases section: ​ 1.2 Search for “Create New Database” section, then provide name of […]

Apache Web Server Beginner Guide

apache web server

If you are learning what is Apache web server and how Apache server works, this tutorial will come handy for you. Alright, let’s take a quick look at Apache web server.Apache named after “a patchy web server”, in other words, it’s a server that requires frequent updates.Funny, isn’t it?History of Apache ServerThe history of the Apache […]