Tutorial Category

Application Installation

  1. Using Version Control to track Configuration Management On Drupal

    Configuration Management For this configuration management tutorial, you need considerable or basic knowledge in/of open source CVS such as Git is highly recommended as well as a slight acquaintance with content management system (CMS) such as Drupal 7 and 8 and phpmyadmin. Installing Git on Linux Distributions Many Linux distributions allow developers to install Git via a collection of packages.  Therefore based on preference, some Git packages are commonly installed whilst others are rarely recommended. For instance, if you need to transfer your projects from Arch, or SVN or CVS to Git, it is necessary...
  2. How to update Joomla! 2.5 to the current version (3.4.x)

    Introduction to Joomla Support for Joomla Version 2.5 ended at version 2.5.28 on December 31, 2014. It is vitally important for you to upgrade your older Joomla! 2.5 site to the current version of Joomla! (Version 3.4.8) to ensure that your site stays secure and its add-ons remain compatible. Joomla! 3.x is a totally re-written script that streamlined the core code so it would run more efficiently, provide fewer opportunities for hackers and web bots to attack sites and greatly enhance native Joomla! features such as permissions and groups, mobile device support (called responsive...
  3. How To Fix CRITICAL ERROR 106 In Windows

    What is critical program error 106? If any problem occurred during installation, the software can get damaged. If that happens then when you try to run the program you will see a message “Critical Error 106”. Why did it happen? It happened for several reasons like, Incomplete installation. If there are any leftovers of that software still in your PC. If you already have that software installed in another directory. If you have the previous version of that software still in your PC. If your installation happened in the wrong directory. If it's required to install the software in the “program files”...
  4. How To Install Ubuntu With Screen Reading Support

    In this Tutorial you will learn how to Install Ubuntu With Screen Reading Support Ubuntu With Screen Reading Support is a very powerful Linux distribution for beginners and supports both GTK and Gnome desktops. In Ubuntu, you can use a GUI or terminal to do many tasks, such as installing applications, working with files and folders, building applications from source, managing servers, etc. If you are familiar with the Windows operating system, you already know that Windows does not include any screen reader. It may be necessary to install one of the commercially available screen...
  5. How To Install Drupal 7 On Ubuntu Linux

    Install Drupal 7 In this tutorial you will learn how to Install Drupal 7 ( CMS ) on Ubuntu Linux using Apache web server and MySQL database. This installation guide assumes that Apache web server and MySQL database are already installed on your Linux system. These instructions can be also used on a Debian server or any other Debian based Linux systems. All commands below are run as root. If you are a sudo user, prefix all commands below with sudo. Prerequisites Installation # apt-get install php5-mysql apache2 \ mysql-server php5-gd libapache2-mod-php5 Download And Decompress...
  6. How To Build And Install Bitcoin On CentOS 7

    By Jack tagged in bitcoin,Build,centos 7,install,Libraries
    The following instructions show you how to configure, compile, and install Bitcoin 0.9.4 on CentOS 7. Update Your Operating System Packages The first step is to always make sure your operating system and all of it's packages are up-to-date. yum upgrade Adding EPEL Repository Bitcoin requires a few libraries that are not provided by the default CentOS package repository. We could build these libraries from source but a better option is to use EPEL. yum install http://dl.fedoraproject.org/pub/epel/7/x86_64/e/epel-release-7-5.noarch.rpm Installing Dependencies The following packages are...
  7. How To Install And Configure X11 With Remote VNC Access On Centos 5

    The instructions below will walk you through the process of installing the X window system, GNOME desktop environment, and configuring VNC so that you can access it remotely. yum -y upgrade yum -y groupinstall "GNOME Desktop Environment" yum -y install vnc-server As a general rule of thumb you should never run X windows as root. In this example we will add a system user with the username 'wkst' and configure X windows to run under that user. adduser wkst Next you need to set a password for the user...