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How to install Docker on Ubuntu 18.04

Hello everyone!I hope you are doing fine these days. Today I am writing about how to install Docker on Ubuntu 18.04 I am using Ubuntu 18.04 as my daily OS and at the end of last year, I start using Docker for my projects. Within a short time, I like this very much and almost…

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Enable php cURL in Ubuntu

When i used Windows enable cURL was little bit tricky, but its so simple in Linux. I am using Ubuntu 12.04 LTS now a days, and when i need cURL enable in my system I run the following command in my Terminal and restart Apache. sudo apt-get install php5-curl to restart apache, sudo service apache2…

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Configure Symfony 2 over Ubuntu

Tomorrow Hasan vai arranged code-jamming over Symfony 2, I am too much exited about it. Today I tried to have a look on Symfony 2. After download Symfony Standard 2.0.16 and extract in www folder, I need to check the localhost/Symfony/web/config.php first and found I have 2 major issues like SQlite and Date/Time configuration. Also…

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Change Apache document root (www folder) in Ubuntu

In my development environment I feel comfortable to have my document root directory (www) in my home directory. It gives me much more flexibility for permission issues. To do so Open the /etc/apache2/sites-available/default file with administrative privileged and change the document root as /home/{user}/www, in my perspective it is /home/tapan/www 1. Open /etc/apache2/sites-available/default sudo gedit…

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Install Oracle Java 7 for Ubuntu 12.04 LTS

Oracle JDK is no longer included by default in Ubuntu’s repositories due to licensing. OpenJDK is default now but many apps still don’t play nice with it. This is why I installed Oracle JDK. I’ll walk you through the process of installing Oracle JDK 7 on Ubuntu 12.04 LTS Precise Pangolin, the easy way. For…

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How to : Flush or clear DNS cache in Ubuntu

Today I think to flush/clear my DNS cache from Ubuntu but didn’t know how to do this. So I googled for sometime and found the solution that is easy in Ubuntu. This is for my future reference and even for those who don’t know how to do this, Name Service Cache Daemon is responsible for…

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