This article will teach you how to create, modify and delete hosting package presets within WHM. While you can configure each option individually when setting up an account on your VPS server or Dedicated server, you may find yourself using the same handful of overall settings for a lot of your sites. By creating hosting packages you able to define preset packages with varying resources, making account creation that much quicker.Continue reading “How to Manage Your Hosting Packages in WHM”
What is Pyenv?
Pyenv is a fantastic tool for installing and managing multiple Python versions. It enables a developer to quickly gain access to newer versions of Python and keeps the system clean and free of unnecessary package bloat. It also offers the ability to quickly switch from one version of Python to another, as well as specify the version of Python a given project uses and can automatically switch to that version. This tutorial covers how to install pyenv on Ubuntu 18.04.Continue reading “How to Install Pyenv on Ubuntu 18.04”
- What is Chocolatey?
- Install Using Powershell
- Install Using Windows Cmd Shell
- Verify Installation
- Basic Chocolatey Commands
What is Yarn?
This tutorial covers the installation of the PHP extension phpredis via the default CentOS 8 package manager DNF. It will also cover the installation of both PHP 7.4 and Redis on CentOS 8.
PECL, the PHP Extension Community Library, is a repository of C extensions that are loaded directly into PHP. PHP Extensions expand the functionality of PHP. PECL extensions can be installed via the use of the pecl command. There are also PHP extensions provided by package repositories. The decision of which to utilize typically depends on how PHP was installed.Continue reading “How to Install PHP Extensions on CentOS 8”
What is a PPA?
A PPA (or Personal Package Archive) is a software repository provided by members of the Ubuntu Linux community. Software contained in a PPA can be downloaded and installed via apt, Ubuntu’s default package management system.
Typically, PPA’s will contain new or updated software to existing packages that may not be available from the official Ubuntu package repositories. This allows users to have more granular control over when specific software packages are updated on their systems. It is important to be discerning when utilizing PPA’s and to only add a PPA from a trusted source.
The best reason for adding software via a PPA, is the server will get automatic updates to the installed software when updates are run.Continue reading “How to Add or Remove a PPA in Ubuntu 18.04”
What is Yarn?
Yarn is a package management tool expressly designed to speed up the installation of packages from the npm registry by running operations in parallel to increase speed, improve reliability, and boost security. Yarn allows us better to automate the installation processes of npm software packages and is also advantageous when upgrading, making configuration changes, or removing npm packages.Continue reading “How to Install Yarn on Ubuntu 18.04”
Reading Time: 2 minutesArguably one of the easiest tools to use for installing and managing Python packages, Pip has earned its notoriety by the number of applications utilizing this tool. Fancied for its capabilities in handling binary packages over the easy_installed packages manager, Pip enables 3rd party package installations. Though Python does sometimes come with Pip as a default, this tutorial will show how to install, check its version as well as some basic commands for using Pip on Ubuntu 16.04.
Today we’re going to install Ruby on Rails using RVM (the Ruby Version Manager) onto a CentOS 8 server. Let’s start by defining a few terms and definitions we will be using during the process.Continue reading “How to Install Ruby on Rails on CentOS 8”
In this article, we will be discussing the various methods and techniques used to locate and uninstall the software from a Ubuntu/Debian based server. We will primarily be using the apt and dpkg commands on the command line.Continue reading “How to Uninstall Software on Ubuntu”