Browsing articles tagged with " sudo"
Aug
3
2013

Mac OS X Dock, Finder, Spaces, Menubar are not responded

Sometimes it just seems to happen, you’re getting the spinning beachball on Mac OS X System Applications/Tools, like the Finder when connecting to a messed up network share. Luckily, most of the time it’s easy (yet annoying) to fix via starting the Terminal and using following commands (beware, the names of the programs to kill are case sensitive!): The Finder crashed: killall -KILL Finder (you can also restart the Finder by option (=alt) + rightclicking […]

Jul
20
2013

How to Install Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP on Ubuntu

Step One—Install Apache Apache is a free open source software which runs over 50% of the world’s web servers. To install apache, open terminal and type in these commands: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install apache2 That’s it. To check if Apache is installed, direct your browser to your server’s IP address (eg. http://12.34.56.789). The page should display the words “It works!” like this. How to Find your Server’s IP address You can run the following […]

Jul
20
2013

Install phpMyAdmin on Ubuntu Linux

The easiest way to install phpmyadmin is through apt-get: sudo apt-get install phpmyadmin During the installation, phpMyAdmin will walk you through a basic configuration. Once the process starts up, follow these steps: Select Apache2 for the server   Choose YES when asked about whether to Configure the database for phpmyadmin with dbconfig-common   Enter your MySQL password when prompted   Enter the password that you want to use to log into phpmyadmin After the installation […]

Sep
22
2012

Installing PHP5 and Apache on Ubuntu

Installing PHP5 and Apache on Ubuntu If you are doing any kind of PHP development, you’ll almost always be using Apache along with it. Here’s the quick and easy way to get PHP up and running on your Ubuntu box. First, you’ll want to add the extra repositories to Ubuntu’s sources.list file. From a command shell, you will run the following commands: sudo apt-get install apache2 sudo apt-get install php5 sudo apt-get install libapache2-mod-php5 sudo […]

Apr
30
2012

Using sudo, ssh, rsync on the Official Ubuntu Images for EC2

The official Ubuntu images for EC2 do not allow ssh directly to the root account, but instead provide access through a normal “ubuntu” user account. This practice fits the standard Ubuntu security model available in other environments and, admittedly, can take a bit of getting used to if you are not familiar with it. This document describes how to work inside this environment using the “ubuntu” user and the sudo utility to execute commands as […]




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