Colordiff Command In Ubuntu Terminal To View Colorize Diff Of Files

If you are using diff command in Linux/Ubuntu to view diff between two files then definitely colordiff is very awesome tool for you. As compared to diff command it shows the difference between two files in color highlighting. As diff command is not very useful for visual inspection.

SVN Tutorial – SVN Commands : Step by Step Subversion Guide

In this tutorial i’ll explain what is SVN , why we use it and it’s popular commands.

What is SVN

SVN (Subversion) is an open-source version control system. It is widely used for maintaining current and historical versions of files and directories. Using SVN you can track changes in files and directories.

VI, VIM Commands , Cheat Sheet

Vi is a default editor in Linux operating systems. Vim is basically the improved version of the Vi editor. In this tutorial, We will learn Vi commands.
If you are new to Linux operating system and you don’t know how to start with Vi, Vim editor then in this tutorial we’ll important commands and their usage .

vi,vim editor beginners guide

Top ten most useful Linux commands for beginners

I already mentioned Vi is a default editor in Linux , Ubuntu and all other flavors of Unix operating system. To use Vim editor you need to installed it first.

php.ini File Location in Ubuntu – How to Find, Open & Edit php.ini

php.ini file location in ubuntu

What is the php.ini file, why we use it ? Where do I find this file on  Ubuntu ? How I open and edit the php.ini file on a terminal. This is the most common questions asked by beginners who are either new to PHP or Linux.

php.ini File

The php.ini file is a default configuration file used when your PHP application runs. When PHP starts it reads the configuration setting from the php.ini file.

If you have installed LAMP on a Ubuntu operating system and unable to find and edit this file then this tutorial is for you.

How to Enable/Install apache mod_rewrite and mod_headers in ubuntu

Last week while i was working on url rewriting i face the problem. I had written the rule in .htaccess but forget to enable the mod_rewrite. Remember your .htaccess rule will not work until you enable the mod_rewrite.

How to install apache2 on ubuntu

Go to terminal (ctrl+Alt+T) and write the following command

Once apache2 installation is complete. Write the command mentioned below to enable mod_rewrite

After enable the mod_rewrite do the changes on following file

After done the changes restart the apache.

To restart apache2

Enable mod_headers in apache

Remember to restart apache 

So to restart apache2 write through terminal