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11th April

How to install wget in Red Hat system

Wget is free and open source tool for download files from web repositories. It supports HTTP, HTTPS, FTP protocols. In this article is described how you can install “wget” on your Debian system but if you want to know how to install it on Debian system check this.

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21st February

How to install “packages” in Linux system (gdebi, apt, yum, apt, pkg)

In modern UNIX-mod systems to install some software or to upgrade them it is used “package managers” for example in Debian and Ubuntu systems the package manager is “apt” in CentOS “yum” and for Fedora it is “dnf”. Package managers works with certain type of packages.

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24th December

How to change permissions of group and user

There are some ways to change permissions of group or ownership the files or directories. Let’s see how you can do that but if you want to know what means the permissions check this. To see files permissions use the command below...

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30th August

How to set up Apache virtual server on CentOS 7

Before you will set up Apache virtual server you should complete some steps: At first, I recommend you to go and sleep. The second main thing that you need is a CentOS server account with “sudo” privileges. Then you need to install Apache...

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