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Installing Node.js on CentOS 8: a Complete Guide

Introduction Node.js is a free-to-use, open-source server environment. It is commonly used for browser-based web development purposes. It allows developers to use JavaScript to do backend programming. Since most developers are intimately familiar with JavaScript, it makes things very easy. The program lets you add, modify, and delete files on the server, produce dynamic content, and collect data. In this …

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Installing and Securing phpMyAdmin on Ubuntu 18.04

MySQL is an open-source RDBMS based on SQL queries. It’s easy to use, secure, free, and open-source (under the GNU license). In addition, it is highly flexible, memory efficient, and high-performance. Because of all these features, MySQL finds its way in even the top-tier industries. When working with MySQL, most of the time, the interactions occur through the MySQL CLI …

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How To Install Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP (LAMP) stack on CentOS 7

LAMP is an acronym of a very popular web stack – Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP. All of the four components of LAMP are open-sourced and are suitable to deploy dynamic websites and web applications. In this tutorial,  we will walk you through setting up a cloud server with the LAMP stack. LAMP Stack: L – Linux L in LAMP stands for …

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Listing and Deleting Iptables Firewall Rules

Iptables is the primary firewall that comes with most of the Linux distros by default. It’s responsible for handling network security. It works by comparing the data packets against a set of rules, instructing the system to accept, refuse, or forward a connection according to the rules. In this tutorial, we will show you how to list and delete rules, …