Steps to create a Self-Signed SSL Certificate for Apache in CentOS 8

This article will guide you on how to configure #Apache to serve encrypted requests using a self-signed SSL certificate and to redirect unencrypted HTTP requests to #HTTPS. Self-signed #certificates or certificates issued by a private CAs are not appropriate for use with the general public. It can only properly verify the identity of the server when it is signed by a trusted third party because any attacker can create a self-signed certificate and launch a man-in-the-middle attack.

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Process to install node js Windows

This article will guide you on how to install Node.js and verify its installation. Additionally, you will also learn how to uninstall it. #Node . js is a runtime environment that allows software developers to launch both the #frontend and #backend of web apps using #JavaScript. Although JS underpins all the processes for app assembly, as a backend #development #environment, Node. js, differs from the frontend environment.

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Using Bpytop to monitor Linux and FreeBSD Resources

This article will guide you on how to use Bpytop Monitoring for Linux & FreeBSD Resources.

#Bpytop is a great utility which is useful on your #Linux, #macOS, and #FreeBSD as a #resource #monitor. It is much faster than bashtop and works pretty well as Python 3 is standard on many Unix boxes.

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Method to Install Software From Source on Ubuntu

This article will guide you on steps to #install #software from #source on #Ubuntu. The Complete #command is apt-get which is the easiest way to install files/Softwares #packages.

Once installed, on the command line, you can use dpkg --listfiles packagename . For instance, dpkg --listfiles firefox . 

If you want to see what files a package contains without installing it, then you can install apt-file and use that.

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How to configure Redis as PHP Session Handler on Ubuntu 14 04

This article will guide you on the steps to configure Redis as a #PHP Session Handler.  #Redis is a powerful and fast key-value storage service. It can also be used as a #session handler for PHP, enabling scalable PHP #environments. Redis server can be used as a session handler for a PHP application running on Ubuntu and it is a data structure server. 

All of the data is stored in #RAM, so the speed of this system is phenomenal, often performing even better than #Memcached.

Redis is much more than a cache. But unlike a cache, Redis lets you operate on the values. There are 5 data types in Redis - Strings, Sets, Hash, Lists and Sorted Sets. Each data type exposes various #operations.

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