PhpMyadmin is a fantastic tool that gives you an easy to use web interface that lets you manage a MySQL database. You can install PhpMyAdmin by downloading the source files from the official website and placing them onto your web server following the config. Better…
When running a web server it’s vital that you have you important that you have applications like apache and mysql start when the system does. Who knows what might trigger a reboot and even more, you don’t want to perform a quick restart and have…
Installing LAMP is very simple. If you are using putty to SSH into a server or VPS you can copy and paste the commands then right click in putty and the command will be put into terminal. The following code was used to install LAMP…
The grep command can be used to display the contents of a file and ignore the lines that are commented. This can be useful when quickly checking what options are enabled for certain applications without having to look through large amounts of commented text. For…
First you will need to install cron on the system. Type the following to install cron in CentOS 6. yum install vixie-cron Set cron to start when the system starts by executing chkconfig. chkconfig crond on servcie crond start Now that cron has been installed…
This tutorial will show you how to zip up a folder as a tar.gz then extract the contents of a tar.gz. First start by going to the directory that contains the file that you want to compress. For demonstration purposes I will create a new…
When using SVN via command line you can view the details of previous revisions by viewing the SVN log. Call the log along with the number of revisions you want to have returned to you will display the message left when the file was committed, number of lines…
By default a new user will have a directory created in the "/home" folder. This is the default home directory. Changing this is very simple. If you create a new user called "test" there will be a directory created as the default home folder. e.g.…