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  • Linux Text-Based Web Browsers

    Posted at November 18, 2016 at 7:07 am by Jithin

    We all are familiar with web browsers. Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox are some the most popular web browsers. Have you ever needed your web browser to be ran on a command line? For a web site admin, the command line interface is necessary for effective management. Maybe you would prefer a back end to trouble shoot the issues on your VPS. Here we use the Text-Based Web Browsers. In this article, we are going to see the text-based web browsers in depth.   What is a Text-Based Web Browser   [...]

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    Importing .sql file in MySQL via command line and phpMyAdmin

    Posted at October 14, 2016 at 4:01 pm by Jithin

    Websites using databases have become common now. A website can have unlimited number of databases unless the package under which the website is hosted or the plan provided by the hosting provider restricts the number of databases a website can have. When working with databases, it is necessary to back up data in case you need to restore your website. In MySQL, we use dumping a database to a file with extension .sql to backup and import the .sql file to restore the database. In this documentat   [...]

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    How to Enable Bash on Windows 10?

    Posted at September 22, 2016 at 5:55 pm by Jithin

    Bash for Windows is an Ubuntu-based tool that helps to run familiar Linux applications on Windows. This is not a virtual machine, container, chroot, or a full Linux distribution. It is basically a medium to run Linux applications mostly based on the terminals and Bash commands in Windows 10. It provides access to the Windows File System. This whole concept is achieved by the concept of Linux-compatible kernel interface which does not use a single line of Linux code. Bash for Windows feature allo   [...]

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    Installing PgBouncer and it’s Features

    Posted at September 22, 2016 at 5:28 pm by Jithin

    PgBouncer is a lightweight PostgreSQL connection pooler. PgBouncer is used to lower the performance impact of opening new connections to PostgreSQL. It is a lightweight connection pooler for Postgres and it reduces the processing time and resources for maintaining a large number of client connections to one or more databases. PgBouncer is a pre-bundled enterprise module which increases the number of user connections that can be handled in a high performance environment. If any target application   [...]

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