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Font Rendering on Debian 8

Improve Font Rendering on Debian 8 By Installing Infinality and Ubuntu Fonts

The default font rendering on Debian 8 is not so nice. This tutorial will show you how to improve font...

How To Install Chinese Wubi Input Method on Debian 8 Gnome Desktop

This tutorial will show you how to install Chinese wubi input method on Debian 8 Gnome desktop. Install Ibus Wubi...

install QQ on archlinux

How To Install QQ on Archlinux The Easy Way

QQ is the number 1 instant messaging software in China. Tencent released Windows version and Mac version of QQ but...

Debian 8

My Experience Of Installing Debian 8

In this post I will share my experience of installing Debian 8. Specifically, I will share tips for installing Debian...

The Most Useful Apt-get Commands On Debian & Ubuntu

In this tutorial, I’m going to show you how to use apt-get to manage software packages from the terminal. apt-get...

PageSpeed

How to Compile Nginx with PageSpeed on Debian 8

This tutorial will teach you how to compile Nginx with ngx_pagespeed module on Debian 8 Jessie. 1 Backup Nginx Config...

public key

A Practical Guide to GPG – Part 3 Working with Public Key

In part 2 of this GPG tutorial series, you learned how to encrypt message with public key and decrypt message...

Digital Signature

A Practical Guide to GPG – Part 4 Digital Signature

Previous 3 parts of this GPG tutorial series covered GPG encryption. In this part, we will take a look at...

GPG Guide

A Practical GPG Guide – Part 2 Encrypt and Decrypt Message

This is part 2 of my tutorials on GPG. In part 1, you generated your public/private keypair and a revocation...

GPG

A Practical Guide to GPG – Part 1 Generate Your Keypair

This tutorial series will teach you how to use GPG in Linux terminal. I will not tell you a bunch...

HSTS

What Is HSTS and How To Enable It on Nginx

What is HSTS HSTS stands for HTTP Strict Transport Security. HSTS tells web browsers that they should always interact with...

Universal SSL

The Ultimate Guide to Setting up CloudFlare Free Universal SSL on Your Site

Universal SSL is a free service offered by Cloudflare which is a global CDN provider. Whether you are using a free...

add your site to google search console

How to Properly Add Your Site to Google Search Console

Google Search Console is known as Google webmaster tools. In this tutorial, I will show you how to add your site...

Back Up and Restore MariaDB Databases

How to Back Up and Restore MariaDB Databases From the Command line

MariaDB is a community-driven variant of MySQL. In this tutorial I will show you how to backup and restore MariaDB...

Install LEMP Stack on Debian 8 Jessie

How To Install LEMP Stack on Debian 8 Jessie (Nginx, MariaDB, PHP7)

LEMP stands for Linux, Nginx (Pronounced Egnine X), MySQL/MariaDB and PHP. It enables a server to host dynamic website and...

Auto-Publish WordPress Posts to Tumblr

Auto-Publish WordPress Posts to Tumblr with SNAP

In this tutorial, I will show you how to auto-publish your WordPress posts to Tumblr with a WordPress plugin called...

Auto-Publish WordPress Posts to Blogger

Auto-Publish WordPress Posts to Blogger with SNAP

Social Networks Auto-Poster or SNAP for short is a WordPress plugin that enable webmasters to auto-publish their posts to a...

Auto-Publish WordPress Posts to Facebook Page

Auto-Publish WordPress Posts to Facebook Page with Hootsuite

In this tutorial, I will show you how to auto-publish wordpress posts to Facebook Page with Hootsuite which is a...

facebook page

How to Create a Facebook Page

Facebook page is also known as facebook business page. When you create an account with facebook, you have a facebook...

perl: warning: Setting locale failed

How to Solve perl: warning: Setting locale failed

Today, on my ubuntu server I executed the following command to reconfigure MariaDB server. sudo dpkg-reconfigure mariadb-server-10.0 A warning appeared...