Browsing articles tagged with " Ubuntu"
Jan
5
2014

A benchmark tools for Ubuntu – Phoronix test suite

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The most complete benchmarking software is probably Phoronix test suite, which is available in the repositories and can be installed with: sudo apt-get install phoronix-test-suite When running phoronix-test-suite for the first time in terminal, you can either answer yes or no to the questions regarding anonymous statistical reporting. If you answer yes, it says that This information is pooled along with the submissions from all other users to show general trends and other details on OpenBenchmarking.org. It is […]

Jul
30
2013

How to Install and Setup Postfix on Ubuntu

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Install Postfix Postfix can easily be installed through apt-get: sudo apt-get install postfix During the installation, you will see a dialogue box appear, asking you which kind of installation you would prefer. Select “Internet Site”. Follow up by entering the name of your domain. Once Postfix is installed there are a few steps that need to be taken before it is fully functional. Configure Postfix Once Postfix is installed, go ahead and open the main […]

Jul
20
2013

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

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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 […]

Feb
6
2013

Installing PHP’s SSH2 extension on Ubuntu

    On Ubuntu 10.04 LTS, Do this (there’s no need to do any compiling anymore) 1 apt-get install libssh2-1-dev libssh2-php You can now test if PHP recognizes it’s new ssh2 extension by running: 1 php -m |grep ssh2 Don’t forget to restart Apache 1 service apache2 restart

Sep
22
2012

Installing PHP5 and Apache on Ubuntu

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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 […]

Sep
15
2012

Ubuntu “Dynamic MMap ran out of room error when adding new apt source list”

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Sometime once you add a new apt source in to apt source list, the Dynamic MMap ran out of room error will be shown up to fix it add the following line to either /etc/apt/apt.conf or /etc/apt/apt.conf.d/70debconf ** the cache size can be changed. Code: APT::Cache-Limit “100000000″;

Sep
15
2012

Install and configure SNMP on Ubuntu

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This guide describe how to install and configure SNMP on Ubuntu. 1.Installation root@ibsen:~# sudo apt-get install snmpd Reading package lists… Done Building dependency tree       Reading state information… Done The following packages were automatically installed and are no longer required:   libmpich1.0gf libdc1394-22 genisoimage linux-headers-2.6.27-7 libgfortran2 dvd+rw-tools linux-headers-2.6.27-7-generic libcarp-clan-perl libxml-xql-perl libparse-yapp-perl   rdate python-xml localechooser-data gcc-4.2-base libimage-size-perl libdebconfclient0 libvisual-0.4-0 libmyth-python perlmagick libvisual-0.4-plugins libavdevice52 Use ‘apt-get autoremove’ to remove them. The following extra packages will be installed: […]

Apr
30
2012

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

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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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