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Our Ubuntu section has a variety of great tutorials that cover everything from securing your server to transferring an SSL!

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In addition to better security, the main reason users upgrade or install PHP 8.2 on Ubuntu 22.04 is the significant performance increase over previous versions when it is installed and using the OPcache module. This combination greatly decreases the time it takes for your web page to load. If you are developing a site locally or launching it on one of Liquid Web's Ubuntu VPS or Dedicated Servers, having installed the PHP 8.2 version or newer is the way to go.

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Ubuntu is a very popular Linux distribution, providing an easy-to-use interface and a large number of software packages. However, people often inquiry about how to uninstall programs in Ubuntu.

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neo4j

In this tutorial, we will examine and discuss what the Neo4j graph database is, what it is used for, and how it is implemented. In the sections that follow, we will install Neo4j on an Ubuntu 20.04 server, and then we configure the database software appropriately. However, let's first review some important database concepts that apply to Neo4j.

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Before you start using VMware Tools, knowing a thing or two about what VMware is would be wise. Based in California, VMware is a virtualization and cloud-computing company noted for being the first commercially successful company to virtualize the x86 architecture. There are many good business reasons to leverage the power of VMware.

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Get Kernel Version for Linux: A Guide

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Linux kernel is the core of the Linux operating system and is responsible for managing system resources such as the CPU, memory, and input/output devices. It is a program that interacts between the hardware and the software, enabling communication between them.

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Data analysis via machine learning is becoming increasingly important in the modern world. PyTorch is a machine learning Python library, developed by the Facebook AI Research (FAIR) group, that acts as a high-level interface for developers to create applications like natural language processors. In this tutorial, you are going to learn how to install PyTorch via Anaconda and PIP.

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PostgreSQL or Postgres is an open-source, free relational database management system with great extensibility and SQL compliance. It is also a commonly used Relational Database Management System (RDMS) for handling massive and complicated data, particularly in large companies. 

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Linux offers excellent performance, stability, compatibility, and customizability for virtual machine (VM) creation and management. We will review the 5 best Linux distributions for virtualization and discover their features and benefits.

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Linux is an open-source operating system based on Unix. It was developed by Linus Torvalds back in 1991 while he was a student. As it gained popularity, other developers started working on it, giving rise to a large community of Linux users and contributors.

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Using your computer to multi-task is no longer optional. When you’re at work, you must manage multiple apps and browser tabs and can’t fit all of them on one or two monitors. It’s no different at home since most use separate apps for entertainment, communication, and keeping up with expenses.

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