December 12, 2018


How to Setup a Git Repository on FreeBSD

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The open source distributed version control and source code management system Git is designed to handle projects with speed and efficiency. Git is not dependent on network access or a central server. Every Git working directory is a full-fledged repository with complete history and full version tracking capabilities. Git is free distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2. In this tutorial you will learn how to setup a Git repository on FreeBSD. SSH will be used for commits.

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How to Setup the JAVA_HOME Environment Variable on Windows

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This instruction will show you to set up the JAVA_HOME environment variable on Windows. First you have to find the path to the Java development kit (JDK) on your system. Please use this path for the JAVA_HOME environment variable in the last step of this instruction.

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How to Install eAccelerator to Optimize PHP Performance on FreeBSD

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With eAccelerator your can increase your PHP performance by up to 1000%. This PHP accelerator caches frequently used portions of PHP files in memory and delivers them with high-speed.
This is useful for high performance websites with loads of traffic.
In this tutorial we show you the steps to install and configure eAccelerator from the FreeBSD ports tree.

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How to Install Zabbix on FreeBSD

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Zabbix is a very useful tool for availability and performance monitoring. Alerting you by E-Mail, Jabber or SMS once a service is not reachable is one of the key features of Zabbix.

Here is a short list of some features available in Zabbix:

  • auto-discovery of servers and network devices
  • low-level discovery
  • distributed monitoring with centralized web administration
  • support for both polling and trapping mechanisms
  • agent-less monitoring
  • secure user authentication
  • flexible user permissions
  • web-based interface
  • flexible e-mail notification of predefined events
  • high-level (business) view of monitored resources
  • audit log

In this tutorial we show you how to get a Zabbix server, the Zabbix agents and the Zabbix frontend running on FreeBSD.

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How to Install phpMyAdmin on CentOS

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With phpMyAdmin you can easily handle your MySQL databases through a web interface. This web interface is almost as powerful as the MySQL Command-Line tool. You can execute SQL statements, create, modify and delete databases, tables, fields or rows and manage users or permissions.

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How to Install Nginx and PHP-FPM on FreeBSD

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Using Nginx and PHP-FPM on FreeBSD is a very powerful combination. The web server and proxy Nginx is build for high concurrency environments. It delivers faster performance and also uses less memory. The FastCGI Process Manager (PHP-FPM) is an alternative PHP FastCGI implementation. PHP-FPM is useful for sites of any size, especially busier sites. By following these instructions you will combine the performance benefits of Nginx and PHP-FPM with the robustness of the FreeBSD system.

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How to Install Confluence on CentOS

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We think Confluence (developed and marketed by Atlassian) is the best enterprise wiki out there. It has a plugin system and is very easy to configure. Confluence is written in Java and is mainly used in corporate environments. This instruction is to install Confluence on CentOS. We are using Confluence on CentOS 6 with 64 bit. Please change the paths when it is required.

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How to set up a LAMP Server and OXID eShop on CentOS

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With this tutorial we provide you a step-by-step instructions for installing a full-featured LAMP stack and OXID eShop on a CentOS system. In the following you will be instructed on setting up Apache, MySQL, PHP and OXID eShop.

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How to Install phpMyAdmin on FreeBSD

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Now you can handle the administration of MySQL over the Web and on FreeBSD. It can manage a whole MySQL server as well as a single database. With phpMyAdmin you can easily browse through databases and tables, create, copy, rename, alter and drop databases and tables and many more.

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How to Install Ruby on FreeBSD

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The object-oriented programming language is available as a port on FreeBSD. Ruby combines syntax inspired by Perl with Smalltalk-like features and is influenced by Eiffel and Lisp as well. With Ruby you can make use of multiple programming paradigms, including functional, object oriented, imperative and reflective. The automatic memory management and a dynamic type system are one of the main key factors to use Ruby.

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