How to install MySql workbench on Ubuntu.
MySql is one of the most used databases worldwide. To manage MySql database there are a lot of open source GUI tools are available. Some of the popular GUI based tools is MySql workbench, phpMyAdmin etc. In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to install MySql workbench on Ubuntu.
MySQL Workbench is a GUI-based visual tool. Workbench is widely used by developers, DBAs for data modeling, SQL development, and comprehensive administration tools for server configuration, user administration, backup, and much more. This tool is available for Windows, Linux and Mac OS operating system.
In this article, I’ll show how you can install MySql workbench on Ubuntu.
How to Install and Remove phpMyAdmin on Ubuntu.
How to change file and directory permissions in linux using chmod command.
In Linux operating system everything is a file. If it is not a file then it’s a process so everything has default permission assigned. File permission defines which file has read,write,execute permission and for which user group.
In this article you will learn how file permissions work and how you change file permissions using chmod command.
Memcache is a high performance distributed in-memory object caching which improves the website performance by caching the frequently used data. The data might be strings,objects from results of database calls, API calls, or page rendering.
If you are started learning Linux or any Linux distros (such as Ubuntu,Fedora etc) here is a list of top ten Linux commands for beginners.
Top Ten (10) Linux Commands For Beginners
grep command is used to search a string or word in a file. It searches for given arguments by users and return the matching lines.
Touch command is used in Linux, Ubuntu operating system to create empty files, changing or modifying the timestamp of existing files and directories.
In Linux OS every file has last access and modification time. You can check this through stat command or ll command.
Merging and checking diff between files through terminal command is not very comfortable task for everyone. Here are some awesome GUI based visual diff and merge tools for Ubuntu for viewing difference between files and folders.
Visual Diff And Merge Tools For Ubuntu
Meld For Visual Diff And Merge
What is HTTP status codes? How it helps to identify the problem in HTTP request. In this tutorial, we are going to walk through HTTP status codes & their significance.
What is HTTP status codes?
HTTP status codes are the response code of a HTTP request which tells whether the request is successfully completed or not.
For example, Suppose you have typed the URL in your browser and hit enter. This HTTP request goes to a server. If the web page does not exist it returns 404 page not found. So, 404 is a standard HTTP status code. It means the requested web page does not exist.
HTTP Status Code Response Classes
HTTP status code response is grouped into five classes.
1xx – Informational responses
2xx – Successful responses
3xx – Redirection messages
4xx – Client Error responses
5xx – Server error responses
PS command is used to check the currently running process in Linux/Unix operating system. Basically it reports the snapshot of a processes. Every process has some unique id assigned which is PID.
How to Install PHP, MySql, Apache (LAMP) in Ubuntu. If you are using Linux or any Linux distros such as ( Ubuntu,Kubuntu etc) you can install LAMP easily using single command .
In this article i’m going to teach how to install PHP, MySql, Apache in Ubuntu using tasksel.
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.