In this article, I will show you how to install MariaDB 10.2 on CentOS 6. Server requirements Here are the minimum requirements for the server, I have used a virtual server with such requirements. OS: CentOS 6.9 (Final) 64 bit RAM: minimum 1GB memory HDD: over 5GB free space. Maybe you need more for store

How does nginx redirect a location to another domain? To do this, we only need 1-2 lines of configuration. However, this article will explain to you more about that. The problem One problem here is probably quite a lot of people have been or will be encountering. I have a website, my example is https://www.writebash.com.

In this article, I will show you how to install the latest Nginx on Debian 8. By default, for Debian 8, you will install Nginx 1.6.x. So if you want to use the latest Nginx version then how? This article will show you how to do it. Add repository for Nginx The operating system version

This article will walk you through how to install MariaDB 10.2 in CentOS 7. MariaDB is an improved version of MySQL. By default, when you install MariaDB in CentOS 7, it will install version 5.5. Server requirements Here is the minimum configuration required that I use. OS: CentOS 7.4.1708 (Core) 64 bit. RAM: over 1GB

This article, I will guide you to install LAMP (PHP 7) on Ubuntu 16.x step by step. LAMP stack is a widely used software suite, serving millions of websites. Server requirements OS: Ubuntu 16.x, i use Ubuntu 16.04.4 LTS 64bit. CPU: over 1 CPU or vCPU. RAM: over 1 GB memory. HDD: 5GB free space.

How to install PHP 7 in Debian 8? By default, if you install the PHP package in Debian 8, it will install version 5.x. This article, I will guide you to install PHP 7 in Debian 8 using the dotdeb repository. Add repository PHP 7 dotdeb Important note: This repository is provided by dotdeb.org. This

How to check the Debian version you are using? This article will guide you through a number of commands to check the Debian version. These commands are quite simple and easy to implement. Commands to check the Debian version Below, I will guide you through four commands to see what version you are using. In

This article, I will guide you to set up static ip on Debian 9. How the Debian 9 works is similar to Debian 8. Configuring static ip on Debian 9 or Debain 8 is very simple. Configure static ip in Debian 9 Step 1, you open the file /etc/network/interface using the following command. nano /etc/network/interfaces Step 2,

This tutorial shows you how to change hostname in Debian 9. In essence, Debian 9 works just like Debian 8. So you can apply the article I wrote for Debian 8, like this article. Change hostname in Debian 9 To display the current hostname information, run the following command. hostname Next, to see the hostname