The tips and shortcuts that we've covered are just a glimpse of what the Linux Terminal text editor nano has to offer.
Strengthen your programming foundation—here are 10 things every Linux beginner should know to guide your journey to become an expert.
Here's a quick guide on how you can run different versions of MySQL on your Ubuntu machine with the help of Docker.
With the GnuRoot program, it’s possible to run a Linux operating system on Android without “rooting” the device. With this ability, servers like Sinatra, Rails, Node, etc. can run webapps on localhost. Here's how to do it on your Android device.
Nowadays, you can get your own dedicated server up and running in seconds. Once you get it up, do you really need to spend several hours on configuring it for your application needs? Do you really want to repeat the same steps with each new server? In this article, you'll learn how to automate this process with Ansible.
Nowadays deployments have moved from bare-metal servers to virtual machines that are quicker to start, either through ready-to-use preconfigurations or custom provisioning. Here's a step-by-step guide for you to get started if you decide to go with custom provisioning.
This article demonstrates an approach for unattended environment configuration with ansible. Applies for workplaces based on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS only.
This is not a guide to set up a brand new Android buildbox so it won't go through continuous integration setup etc. However, this is a step-by-step buid to setting up a server from scratch.
As a contractor software developer, Codementor Vyacheslav is asked from time to time to audit LAMP projects. As project configuration is different, he uses a so-called “umbrella repository environment”, which allows him to wrap such projects into reusable vagrant environment without need to amend audited projects codebase itself. In this...
This tutorial is going to go through the steps required to install Cassandra and Spark on a Debian system and how to get them to play nice via Scala.