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I am using 32bit Ubuntu 10.10 for this, will be installing Apache, PHP and MongoDB, as well as the MongoDB driver for PHP. Please note that the 32-bit version of MongoDB has a database size limit of 2 gigabytes. If you expect to store more than 2 gigabytes of data, ensure that you have deployed […]
Whenever a new installation of Ubuntu, the default editor is set to nano instead of my favourite vim. So here is how to change it. And pick your favourite editor from the list. If however your favourite vim package is not within the list, you can install the vim-nox (enhanced version):
Unlike MySQL, user and password are not created on the the default installation of MongoDB. So when you try to access your MongoDB connection on your scripts, you may not have to include the dbuser and dbpass like your MySQL. However, this design philosophy might be hitting the red alert for RMDBS users, since it […]
Interesting read on the Rules of Unix Philosophy. The Rules of Unix Philosophy: Rule of Modularity: Write simple parts connected by clean interfaces. Rule of Clarity: Clarity is better than cleverness. Rule of Composition: Design programs to be connected to other programs. Rule of Separation: Separate policy from mechanism; separate interfaces from engines. Rule of […]
I suppose most of the time, my most accessed directory would be /var/www/html. Aside from that, the rest of the directories seem to be so foreign to me. So, I suppose it’s time to take a drill down into these directories. There is a reason that they are there. /home = A place where I […]