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How to Enable EPEL Repository on CentOS 7

How to Enable EPEL Repository on CentOS 7

Introduction In this tutorial we’ll learn how to enable EPEL repository on CentOS 7 EPEL stands for Extra Packages for Enterprise Linux. It’s a Fedora Special Interest Group that creates, maintain and manages high quality set of additional packages for Enterprise Linux including CentOS. EPEL packages usually based on their Fedora counterpart and will never conflict or replace packages provided by Enterprise Linux itself. Prerequisites CentOS 7 installation with root privileges via sudo If you have no sudo configured you…

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How to Enable EPEL Repository on CentOS 6

How to Enable EPEL Repository on CentOS 6

Introduction In this tutorial, we learn how to enable EPEL on CentOS 6. EPEL stands for Extra Packages for Enterprise Linux. It’s a Fedora Special Interest Group that creates, maintains, and manages a high-quality set of additional packages for Enterprise Linux, including CentOS. EPEL packages usually based on their Fedora counterpart and will never conflict or replace packages provided by Enterprise Linux itself. Prerequisites CentOS 6 installation with root privileges via sudo If you have no sudo configured, you can…

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How to Install Python 2 on Ubuntu 16.04

How to Install Python 2 on Ubuntu 16.04

Introduction In this tutorial we’ll learn how to install Python 2 on Ubuntu 16.04. Ubuntu 16.04 (Xenial Xerus) is not shipped with Python 2 by default but it’s available on Ubuntu 16.04 repository. Install Python 2 We can install python 2 from Ubuntu repository using command below $ sudo apt-get install python As alternative you can also install package python-minimal: $ sudo apt-get install python-minimal It will give output and question to continue the process. Enter Y. Reading package lists……

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How to Install Memcached From Source on Ubuntu 16.04

How to Install Memcached From Source on Ubuntu 16.04

Overview This tutorial explain how to install memcached from source on Ubuntu 16.04 (LTS) Xenial Xerus. Memcached can be use for any caching usage but mostly used by dynamic web application to reduce database load. We can also cache API calls and page rendering. Memcached (pronounced: mem-cash-dee) is a free, high performance, distributed memory object caching system. Why Memcached from source? Ubuntu already shipped with Memcached but not the latest version. The version shipped with Ubuntu 16.04 is 1.4.25 while…

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