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How to install Zip or Unzip Files on Fedora 40
Mar 29, 2024 1.4k 86 minutes ago

To install Zip or Unzip files on Fedora 40, follow these steps.Step 1 : Ensure your system is up-to-date by running the following command:sudo dnf update Step 2 : Install zip and unzip utilities using the following command:sudo dnf install zip unzip Step 3 : To create a zip archive, use the following syntax:zip -r archive_name.zip directory_to_compress/ For example:zip -r my_archive.zip /path/to/directory Step 4 : To unzip a zip archive, use the following syntax:unzip archive_name.zip For exampl

How to Install and Use rsync on Fedora 40
Mar 29, 2024 1.4k 86 minutes ago

To install and use rsync on Fedora 40, follow these steps:Step 1 : First, ensure your package manager is up-to-date by running:sudo dnf update Step 2 : Next, install rsync using the following command:sudo dnf install rsync Step 3 : Copying files locally- To copy files locally using rsync, you can use the following syntax:rsync -avzh /source_directory /destination_directory Step 4 : Uploading to a remote server- To upload files to a remote server using rsync, you can use a command similar to this

How To Install Elasticsearch on Fedora 40
Mar 29, 2024 1.4k 81 minutes ago

To install Elasticsearch on Fedora 40, follow these steps:Step 1 : Update your system.sudo dnf update Step 2 : Install Java.sudo dnf install java-21-openjdk Step 3 : Check the Java version.java -version Step 4 : Import the Elasticsearch PGP key.sudo rpm --import https://artifacts.elastic.co/GPG-KEY-elasticsearch Step 5 : Create the Elasticsearch repository file and add the following code.sudo nano /etc/yum.repos.d/elasticsearch.repo Add the following lines:[elasticsearch] name=Elasticsearch repo

How to Install Webmin on Fedora 40
Mar 29, 2024 1.4k 97 minutes ago

To install Webmin on Fedora 40, follow the steps below:Step 1 : Update System Packagessudo dnf update Step 2 : Install dependencies: wget, openssl, perlsudo dnf install wget openssl perl Step 3 : Download GPG keywget https://download.webmin.com/developers-key.asc Step 4 : Import GPG keysudo rpm --import developers-key.asc Step 5 : Download Webmin RPMwget http://www.webmin.com/download/rpm/webmin-current.rpm Step 6 : Install Webminsudo rpm -Uvh webmin-current.rpm - If installation fails due to mi

How to Install and Configure VNC Server on Fedora 40
Mar 29, 2024 1.6k 97 minutes ago

To install VNC Server on Fedora 40, follow the steps below.Step 1 : Update System Packagessudo dnf update Step 2 : Install XFCE Desktop Environmentsudo dnf install @xfce-desktop-environment Step 3 : Install TigerVNC Serversudo dnf install tigervnc-server Step 4 : Set up VNC Passwordvncpasswd Step 5 : Create a Configuration Filenano ~/.vnc/xstartup - Add the following lines to the file:#!/bin/bash xrdb $HOME/.Xresources startxfce4 & Step 6 : Change Permissionschmod +x ~/.vnc/xstartup Step 7

How to Install and configure Jenkins on Fedora 40
Mar 28, 2024 1.4k 96 minutes ago

To install Jenkins on Fedora 40, follow the steps below.Step 1 : Update:sudo dnf update Step 2 : Install OpenJDK:sudo dnf install java-17-openjdk Step 3 : Add Jenkins repository key:sudo rpm --import https://pkg.jenkins.io/redhat-stable/jenkins.io-2023.key Step 4 : Add Jenkins repository:sudo wget -O /etc/yum.repos.d/jenkins.repo \     https://pkg.jenkins.io/redhat-stable/jenkins.repo Step 5 : Install Jenkins:sudo dnf install jenkins Step 6 : Start Jenkins:sudo systemctl start jenkins

How To Install Memcached on Fedora 40
Mar 27, 2024 1.5k 91 minutes ago

To install Memcached on Fedora 40, follow the steps below.Step 1 : Update:sudo dnf update Step 2 : Install Memcached:sudo dnf install memcached Step 3 : Start and enable Memcached:sudo systemctl start memcached sudo systemctl enable memcached Step 4 : Check status:sudo systemctl status memcached Congratulations! You have successfully installed Memcached on Fedora 40.

How to Install RabbitMQ on Fedora 40
Mar 27, 2024 1.5k 88 minutes ago

To install RabbitMQ on Fedora 40, follow the steps below:Step 1 : Update:sudo dnf update Step 2 : Import RabbitMQ, Erlang key:## primary RabbitMQ signing key rpm --import 'https://github.com/rabbitmq/signing-keys/releases/download/3.0/rabbitmq-release-signing-key.asc' ## modern Erlang repository rpm --import 'https://github.com/rabbitmq/signing-keys/releases/download/3.0/cloudsmith.rabbitmq-erlang.E495BB49CC4BBE5B.key' ## RabbitMQ server repository rpm --import 'https://github.com/rabbitmq/signi

How to Install Usermin on Fedora 40
Mar 27, 2024 1.5k 85 minutes ago

To install Usermin on Fedora 40, follow these steps:Step 1 : Update System Packagessudo dnf update Step 2 : Download GPG keywget https://download.webmin.com/developers-key.asc Step 3 : Download Usermin RPMwget http://www.webmin.com/download/rpm/usermin-current.rpm Step 4 : Import GPG keysudo rpm --import developers-key.asc Step 5 : Install Userminsudo rpm -Uvh usermin-current.rpm  Step 6 : If installation fails due to missing dependencies, install them. For example:sudo dnf install perl ope

How to Install Git on Fedora 40
Mar 27, 2024 1.5k 84 minutes ago

To install Git on Fedora 40, follow the steps below.Step 1 : First, ensure your system's package index is up-to-date by running:sudo dnf update Step 2 : After updating, you can install Git by running:sudo dnf install git Step 3 : Once Git is installed, verify the installation by checking the version:git --version Step 4 : Set up your global username and email for Git by using the following commands:git config --global user.name "Your Name" git config --global user.email "your_email@example.com"

How to Set Up Nginx as a Reverse Proxy Server for PM2 on Fedora 40
Mar 27, 2024 1.5k 84 minutes ago

To set up Nginx as a reverse proxy server for PM2 on Fedora 40, follow the steps below.Step 1 : First, install Nginx using the package manager:sudo dnf install nginx Step 2 : Create a new configuration file for your app:sudo nano /etc/nginx/conf.d/example.com.conf Inside the file, add the following configuration:server {     listen 80;     server_name example.com;     location / {         proxy_pass http://localhost:your_pm2_app_port;   &n

How to Deploy a react app using PM2 on Fedora 40
Mar 27, 2024 1.5k 81 minutes ago

To deploy a React app on Fedora 40 using PM2, follow the steps below.Step 1 : First, install PM2 globally using npm:npm install -g pm2 Step 2 : Run the following command to set up PM2 startup script:pm2 startup Step 3 : Create a new React app using create-react-app:npx create-react-app my-react-app Step 4 : Navigate into the project directory and build the React app:cd my-react-app npm run build Step 5 : Start serving the built React app using PM2:pm2 serve build/ 3000 --name "my-react-app" --sp

How To Install NVM on Fedora 40
Mar 27, 2024 1.5k 81 minutes ago

To install NVM on Fedora 40, follow the steps below:Step 1 : Update your systemsudo dnf update Step 2 : Download and install NVM installation scriptcurl -o- https://raw.githubusercontent.com/nvm-sh/nvm/v0.39.7/install.sh | bash (Ensure to check for the latest version at https://github.com/nvm-sh/nvm)Step 3 : Run the command to set up environment variablessource ~/.bashrc Step 4 : Verify NVM installationnvm --version Step 5 : Basic usage of NVM- Install a specific version of Node.js:nvm install &

How to Install PM2 on Fedora 40
Mar 27, 2024 1.5k 81 minutes ago

To install PM2 on Fedora 40, follow the steps below:Step 1 : Install PM2 using npmnpm install pm2@latest -g Step 2 : Run PM2 startup to generate and configure the startup scriptpm2 startup Step 3 : Create a simple Node.js application. For example, let's create a file named app.js with the following content:const http = require('http'); const server = http.createServer((req, res) => { res.statusCode = 200; res.setHeader('Content-Type', 'text/plain'); res.end('Hello, PM2!'); }); server.

How to Install Yarn on Fedora 40
Mar 26, 2024 1.5k 81 minutes ago

To install Yarn on Fedora 40, you have the option of using either NPM or DNF.Using NPMStep 1 : Check NPM and Node versions:npm -v node -v Step 2 : Install Yarn:npm install -g yarn Step 3 : Verify Yarn installation:yarn --version Using DNFStep 4 : Update your system:sudo dnf update Step 5 : Add Yarn repository:sudo curl -sL https://dl.yarnpkg.com/rpm/yarn.repo -o /etc/yum.repos.d/yarn.repo Step 6 : Search for Yarn:sudo dnf search yarn Step 7 : Install Yarn:sudo dnf install yarn Step 8 : Verify Ya