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LAMP 04 – Installing PHP

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In this final video we complete the installation of the LAMP stack by installing and configuring PHP. Once installed, we confirm the installation with a sample page and finally remove the page to secure our system. CompTIA Linux+ Guide to Linux Certification: https://amzn.to/2YMdrH9

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LAMP 03 – Installing MySQL

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In this third video we go over the installation of MySQL server on our Linux system. We will go over several of the security options and show how to confirm the application is running properly. CompTIA Linux+ Guide to Linux Certification: https://amzn.to/2YMdrH9

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LAMP 01 – Installing Linux

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In this first of four videos, we will install Ubuntu 18.04 in preparation for building out our LAMP stack. This video covers the the various options available when installing Ubuntu, as well as describing when and why they would be necessary. CompTIA Linux+ Guide to Linux Certification: https://amzn.to/2YMdrH9

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Increasing swap space in Linux

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There are lots of articles out there that describe how to increase the swap size on your Linux VM, unfortunately most dont appear to include step-by-step instructions. One great example is http://www.thegeekstuff.com/2010/08/how-to-add-swap-space/, which provides a couple of different scenarios, but it causes the systems to become non-standard configurations. This post will describe the process I […]

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Configuring VNC to auto-start – RHEL 6.2

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In a previous post (http://blog.edgoad.com/2009/06/configuring-vnc-to-auto-start.html), I covered the steps to configure RHEL 4.4 to automatically start VNC. This allowed users to connect remotely to 1 or more remote desktops. I had a request to repeat the process, however this time for RHEL 6.2. Here are the high-level steps I used to perform this. Install 6.2 […]