Tag Archive: Debian

Aug 11

How to: Install a .deb file via the Command line?

Packages are manually installed via the dpkg command (Debian Package Management System). dpkg is the backend to commands like apt-get and aptitude, which in turn are the backend for GUI install apps like the Software Center and Synaptic. Something along the lines of: dpkg –> apt-get, aptitude –> Synaptic, Software Center But of course the …

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Mar 12

How to: Configure memcache to use a unix socket

How to: Configure memcache to use a unix socket I have a server which is going to have its own memcached instance installed on itself… so I was thinking using a unix socket instead of tcp should improve the overall performace at least a little. I had tried doing the same with MySQL and I …

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Dec 14

Custom NginX Distribution

Custom NginX Distribution I created a custom NginX distribution to address the need of NginX with the purge cache plugin in newer Ubuntu versions. The source can be obtained from Github: https://github.com/JCBauza/NginX/ and the PPA for your system at: https://launchpad.net/~cloudingenium/+archive/nginx-mainline. Stable vs Mainline There are two PPAs available: One for the Stable releases and one for the Mainline releases. In a post to …

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Dec 06

How to: Uninstall the New Relic agent for a Web App

How to: Uninstall the New Relic agent for a Web App The New Relic agent is a powerful  lightweight agent that helps you monitor the performance of your Web Application. Thanks to it you can identify potential problems, measure performance, and deliver a better user experience. So why would you want to uninstall it? Well, …

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