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Git Cheat Sheet - The Ultimate Guide

4 weeks, 1 day ago DevOps, Programming

Git is a free and opensource version control system. Surely, we have more VCS like Bazaar, Mercurial, and SVN. But Git is the most popular and widely used VCS. It is another creation of Linus Torvalds. He created it in 2005 for development of the Linux kernel. In software development, it is used for source code management, especially for tracking changes. 

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Install TURN server in Ubuntu

2 months, 1 week ago DevOps, Ubuntu

TURN Server is a VoIP media traffic NAT traversal server and gateway. Traversal Using Relays around NAT is called TURN in short. According to Wikipedia, it is a protocol that assists in the traversal of network address translators or firewalls for multimedia applications. You can assume it as a relay point.

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Deploy Django on Ubuntu VPS

1 year, 11 months ago DevOps, Python, Ubuntu

Deploying Django on VPS is an easy task if and only if you know some system administration tasks. You may think on which I have written this statement. But believe me, it's my personal realization when I deploy my personal blog (made on Django). Let's go back. 

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Use runit in Ubuntu 16.04 LTS

1 year, 11 months ago DevOps, Ubuntu

Last 2 years, I am using runit to run any script automatically during booting. When I was using Ubuntu 14.04 in my server, I wasn't having any issue. But in Ubuntu 16.04, an issue has been found. runit plays with upstart which was default in Ubuntu 14.04. But in Ubuntu 16.04, upstart has been replaced with systemd. So, runit isn't working normally. But the issue can be fixed as follows:

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Replace MySQL with MariaDB on CentOS

3 years, 5 months ago CentOS, DevOps

MariaDB is an enhanced, drop-in replacement for MySQL offering many speed improvements intended to remain free under the GNU GPL. MariaDB version numbers, up to 5.5, followed MySQL's numbers. Thus, if one uses MariaDB 5.5 one knows that all features from MySQL 5.5 are available. After version 5.5, MariaDB developers decided to start a branch numbered 10, as an attempt to make it clear that MariaDB 10.0 will not import all features from MySQL 5.6; however, they might be imported in future versions. The reason for not including some of the features is that they seem not stable enough to meet MariaDB's quality standards. As a result, and since specific new features have been developed in MariaDB, the developers decided that a major version number change was necessary. In my tutorial, I will show you how to replace MySQL 5.x  with MariaDB 10.0. For this, we have to follow two portions.

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