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How to Install Core Development Tools on CentOS / RHEL

Sometimes you need to use c/c++ compilers and other developers tools and you find that those binaries are not present on your CentOS box. The best way to solve almost all your developer needs is to install a group of packages that covers most popular development tools. Luckily, CentOS and RHEL Linux include a quick way […] 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

How to Install MySQL 5.6.x on CentOS 6 / RHEL 6

Today we are going to help you to install MySQL 5.6 on CentOS and RHEL 6.x . This tutorial will teach you how to download, install and start MySQ 5.6 server. But before we start the installation process, let’s see what’s new on MySQL 5.6.x: Performance Improvements: Index Condition Pushdown Multi-Range Read File Sort Optimization […] Read more

How to install PHP 5.5 on CentOS/RHEL 5.9 / 6.4

Today we are going to see what’s new on PHP 5.5 and have a quick tutorial about how to install php 5.5 on CentOS/RHEL. PHP 5.5 has been released on 22nd August 2013, and the good news are that we can install this new version for CentOS/RHEL 5.9 and 6.4. What’s new on PHP 5.5.x? Support […] Read more

How to setup Django with uWSGI and Nginx using CentOS/RHEL 6.x

Django is a Python framework that helps you to build rapid development and clean design applications. uWSGI is a WSGI implementation and we will install uWSGI so it creates a Unix socket, and serves data to the web server using the WSGI protocol. Nginx on the other side, is a free/open-source high-performance HTTP server/proxy. Today we […] Read more