It’s a very common issue that PHP scripts using mcrypt will not work in out of the box installation of PHP. Following are instructions for installation of php-mcrypt on CentOS 7. [Read more…]
Following are a simple instructions on how to mount Amazon S3 Bucket on CentOS or RHEL v7.x. [Read more…]
Following are the instructions for installing LAMP stack onto CentOS 7 or RHEL 7. LAMP stack commonly refers to a Linux installation of Apache, MySQL and PHP, which allow you to run full fledged web server with support for scripts and databases on a Linux server. In our case we’ll be installing: Apache HTTP Server vs 2.4, PHP 5.4.16 programming language and MariaDB 5.5.37 Server (a community-developed fork of the MySQL relational database management system).
Simple, yet detailed instructions on how to install Webmin on Centos 7, add firewall exceptions for Webmin port and even change the default Webmin port if that’s required. [Read more…]
There are many instructions for creating Android emulator on Windows, Linux, OS X or Solaris, but I couldn’t find any to show how to have a fully functional Android operating system along with a full functioning Google Play App Store. This basically allows you to run all Android apps from Google Play store on any other popular operating system, including those apps you have purchased from Google Play. Following instructions will walk you through setting this up. [Read more…]
Following are unprocessed notes from a recently taken 4 day long TOGAF training. I’ll clean the notes in a near future, so until then, please ignore errors and formatting. However even as it stands, someone may still find it useful, as it’s a collection of the most important course highlights. [Read more…]
I needed 1TB to move my photos and videos to a secure online storage (just in case something happens with my drive at home), so I did some short research and decided to go with Google Drive. They were offering a nice solution – 1 TB of online storage for $9.99/Month. I’ve ordered my 1 TB and uploaded all my photos and videos into Google Drive, thinking that if I ever needed more space, I’ll simply add another 1TB and pay $20/Month. [Read more…]