Posts Tagged ‘install’

Mongo install ubuntu 12.04

Posted: 8th November 2016 by admin in all
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Fast , not clustered mongo installation (QA pupposes mainly) #!/bin/bash sudo apt-key adv –keyserver hkp:// –recv 7F0CEB10 echo "deb precise/mongodb-org/3.0 multiverse" | sudo tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/mongodb-org-3.0.list sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install -y mongodb-org  

How to install ethtool from tar.gz

Posted: 27th October 2016 by admin in all
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1.Download latest ethtool archive from : wget 2.Open the downladed archive tar -zzfv ethtool-3.15.tar.gz 3. Go to unarchived folder cd ethtool-3.15 Then type " ./configure –prefix=/usr " hit return should be screen fulls of more stuff. Then type " make " more stuff Then type " make install " Hopefully this installs ethtool . Test […]

PECL APC Cache on CentOS

Posted: 9th April 2014 by admin in all
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Alternative PHP Cache (APC) is an op-code pre-compiler and a cache system that can boost the performance of a PHP application up to 10 times. So let's try to install it: Install Pre-reqs Using yum install the required prerequisites. sudo yum install php-devel php-pear httpd-devel Install APC sudo pecl install apc Possible errors and troubleshooting […]

Blowfish Crypt installing on Centos 6

Posted: 11th April 2012 by admin in all
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Hey all! Today we will install  Crypt::blowfish –Perl Blowfish encryption module.                 1)Trying with yum: yum install Crypt::Blowfish Get reject: No package perl-Crypt-Blowfish available. OK let compile it ^_^. # Download fresh package from wget # Untar it tar zxf  Crypt-Blowfish-2.12.tar.gz # Go into the dir cd Crypt-Blowfish-2.12 # Now compile […]

How to install IPtraf

Posted: 8th April 2012 by admin in all
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1. Download the package and untar it as root.(To check version: [root@server~]#wget [root@server~]#tar zxvf iptraf-3.0.0.bin.i386.tar.gz 2. Go to the untared directory and run setup. [root@server~]#cd iptraf-3.0.0.bin.i386 [root@server~]#./Setup (You will may ask for read the Release Notes, say N) 3. Open IPTRAF window by run the command ‘iptraf’ as root. [root@server~]#iptraf 4. Press any […]