Omitted settings related with binary log of MySQL will cause many critical problems, and that includes database scale grows up abnormally fast(like this post.) So I would introduce some configurations and show how to create events to handle binary log automatically.Read more
I wrote serials tutorials to show how to use CentOS 8 to build a web server. All you need is to follow these tutorials step by step, then you could build your own site successfully.Read more
This post would provide a tutorial to install MySQL 8 and phpMyAdmin 5 on CentOS 8. Please note that you have to install the PHP and Apache before starting the installation for phpMyAdmin, you could also refer to this post I wrote before to finish the installation for PHP and Apache.Read more
In this post, I would focus on permission settings for website root folder of Apache. The rest of the other fairs is simpler than the permission settings, so that I wouldn’t describe too many details. However, you will finish this works if you follow this article step by step.Read more
This is an important service for linux server. Especially you have to remote to your server which is on cloud or is rented. Anyways you will learn how to setup your SSH and sFTP in this post.Read more
Unfortunately, the commands of SELinux are not so friendly for people to remember and a little bit difficult to use. So, a software was born, and it was called SEManage. It can help you easily operate and change the settings of SELinux. And I would show you how to install SEManage in this post.Read more
EPEL(Extra Packages for Enterprise Linux) basically includes the essential packages you need. That is the reason why you have to install it before you start to set or adjust your CentOS server. This post will introduce how to install EPEL through dnf on CentOS 8.Read more
It’s quite easy to change the timezone of CentOS 8, because there is only one instruction you have to operate is datetimectl.Read more
There are two ways for installing Python on OS X/Mac, and they would affect how to uninstall python.
(1) “.pkg” from Python.org.
(2) Installed through Homebrew