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A beginner's guide to comparing files using visual diff/merge tool Meld on Linux

11 hours 38 min ago
Now that we've covered some command line-based diff/merge tools in Linux, it'd be logical to explain some visual diff/merge tools available for the OS as well. Reason being, not everybody is used-to the command line, and/or command-line based comparison tools could be more difficult to learn and understand for some.
Categories: Linux

Linux command line navigation tips: the basics of pushd and popd commands

Wed, 01/18/2017 - 11:58
In this article, we will be discussing how you can have a faster navigation experience on the Linux command line using the pushd and popd commands.
Categories: Linux

How to Install WordPress with HHVM and Nginx on CentOS 7

Tue, 01/17/2017 - 11:50
In this tutorial, I will show you how to install WordPress with HHVM and Nginx as web server and how to configure SELinux for WordPress. I will use CentOS 7 as the operating system. HHVM (HipHop Virtual Machine) is an open source virtual machine for executing programs written in PHP and Hack language.
Categories: Linux

How to debug C programs in Linux using gdb

Mon, 01/16/2017 - 09:07
If you are a C/C++ programmer or develop software using the Fortran and Modula-2 programming languages, you'll be glad to know there exists an excellent debugger - dubbed GDB - that lets you easily debug your code for bugs and other problems. In this article, we will discuss the basics of GDB, including some of the useful features/options it provides.
Categories: Linux

How to install a Ceph Storage Cluster on Ubuntu 16.04

Fri, 01/13/2017 - 12:24
In this tutorial, I will guide you to install and build a Ceph cluster on Ubuntu 16.04 server. Ceph is an open source storage platform, it provides high performance, reliability, and scalability. It's a free distributed storage system that provides an interface for object, block, and file-level storage and can operate without a single point of failure.
Categories: Linux

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