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How to Install MySQL 5.5 on Ubuntu 14.04

How to Install MySQL 5.5 on Ubuntu 14.04

Overview MySQL is one of the most used open source database especially for web application. MySQL 5.5 is a pretty old version of MySQL but if your application still needs to use this version of MySQL you can follow this tutorial. In this tutorial we’ll learn how to install MySQL 5.5 in Ubuntu 14.04. We’ll also secure and configure our MySQL server installation. Prerquisite This tutorial assume you have clean install of Ubuntu Server 14.04. You can use any flavor…

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How To Install and Configure Memcached on Ubuntu 14.04

How To Install and Configure Memcached on Ubuntu 14.04

Overview Memcached is a high performance distributed memory object caching system. Originally created to speed up dynamic web application by reducing database load but can be used as generic caching system. Objective In this tutorial we’ll learn how-to install and configure Memcached on Ubuntu 14.04 (Trusty Tahr). Prerequisite This tutorial assumes you have clean install of Ubuntu Server 14.04. If you plan to install memcached on production server please check your system to ensure it’s ok to install Memcached. Install…

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How To Install Git on Ubuntu 14.04

How To Install Git on Ubuntu 14.04

Overview In this tutorial we’ll learn how to install git on Ubuntu 14.04 (Trusty Tahr). Git is a free and open source distributed version control system (VCS) designed to handle all project from small to large with speed and efficiency. Originally created by Linus Torvalds in 2005 and maintained by Junio Hamano since July 2005. You can visit git website to learn more about git usage. Let’s start installing git. Install Git from Ubuntu 14.04 repository Ubuntu 14.04 already shipped…

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How-to Install and Use pip on Ubuntu 14.04

How-to Install and Use pip on Ubuntu 14.04

What is pip? Pip is package management system for Python programming languages. We can use pip to manage software packages written in python. We can search, install, remove many packages that can be found in Python Package Index (PyPI). In this tutorial we’ll learn how to install and use pip on Ubuntu 14.04. Python 2.7.9 or later and Python 3.4 and later already include pip by default. The name pip itself is recursive acronym of pip installs packages or pip…

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