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Nginx Init Script for Fedora Linux

Sometimes, you need to compile Nginx from source. One of the disadvantages of this method is the fact that the source code doesn’t provide any init script for a fast service interaction with the user (such as service nginx start, stop, reload, restart, etc). However, you can install your own Nginx init script, and avoid running Nginx manually […] Read more

Upgrade Fedora 20 to Fedora 21 using Fedup

One of the best things I love from Linux, is the fact that I don’t need to reinstall the system once a new version is out, in my case the chosen distribution is Fedora Linux. I’ve been using Fedora since it was ‘Fedora Core 3’, that was released about 9 / 10 years ago. The […] Read more

How to install HHVM on CentOS 6.x / Fedora 20

HHVM is a new php technology that has been growing a lot since Facebook engineers implemented it on their servers. Basically, it’s an open source high performance PHP server. It is compatible with the top 20 Github frameworks and can give your server and pages a really big performance boost. On this post I will explain How […] Read more

How to install VirtualBox on Fedora 20

VirtualBox is one of the easiest ways to get any virtual OS up and running on many Linux distributions. VirtualBox allows you to install any kind of O.S inside a virtual enviroment, this can be really helpful to test out many things without risking your current PC Operating System. On this tutorial you will learn How […] Read more

Installing Tor on CentOS/RHEL/Fedora

What is Tor? Tor is a free software and also an open network that helps you to defend your privacy and freedom. Tor will help you to be almost invisible to network traffic analysis. Tor is possible thanks to a a group of volunteers that work hardly donating bandwidth and network resources so all of […] Read more