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Add speech to your Fedora system
By default, Fedora Workstation ships a small package called espeak. It adds a speech synthesizer — that is, text-to-speech software. In today’s world, talking devices are nothing impressive as they’re very common. You can find speech synthesizers even in your smartphone, a product like Amazon Alexa, or in the announcements at the train station. In addition, […]
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World’s leading provider of open source solutions, Red Hat, Inc., announced the availability of the fourth instalment of its Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) series 7 operating system.
Coming nine months after the previous point release, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.4 is here as the latest and most advanced version of the commercial Linux-based operating system that uses the RPM (Red Hat Package Manager) package management system which was adopted by numerous GNU/Linux distributions, including popular ones like SUSE Enterprise Linux, Oracle Enterprise […]
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07Jul 2017

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Six Trustworthy Websites for Downloading Window’s Software
Six Trustworthy Websites for Downloading Window’s Software   Most of the time people do not want to pay for the required software. They prefer to download free software provided by some of the online websites. But it might be dangerous to download them. Unfortunately, if you select the wrong one, that will block your computer […]
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28Jun 2017

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Installation Of Tensor flow on Ubuntu 16.04(Python 2.7):
[TensorFlow with GPU support] One of the software library named as tensor flow can be developed by Google and do computations with data flow graphs.It is an open-source that covers the guide who told you why the library matters and how you can use it. With the deep learning and research of google tensor flow, […]
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23Jun 2017

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Installation of Check MK
Installation of Check MK Before we talk about the installation of check MK you need to do some preparations which are    required to install Check MK. First of all, you need Nagios running on it. Moreover, it also require fully-functional running installation of Nagios. It should be installed properly for the external commands. Control Nagios […]
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21Jun 2017

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Adding Drag & Drop to Your Web App, the Simple Way -Dragula
Adding Drag & Drop to Your Web App, the Simple Way -Dragula You can find the plenty of open-source drag and drop libraries on the web. People think that it is one of simplest task for the developers. My advice is now to take quick decision for the first library you find! Go for the […]
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21Jun 2017

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New Relic Setup for Ubuntu Server with PHP, FPM, Nginx and MySQL Add Ubuntu Repo
New Relic Setup for Ubuntu Server with PHP, FPM, Nginx and MySQL Add Ubuntu Repo Run following commands once on target server, which need to be monitored: wget -O – http://download.newrelic.com/548C16BF.gpg | sudo apt-key add – sudo sh -c ‘echo “deb http://apt.newrelic.com/debian/ newrelic non-free” > /etc/apt/sources.list.d/newrelic.list’ apt-get update  Server Monitoring To enable server monitoring, install […]
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21Jun 2017

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How to Install ISPConfig3 on an Ubuntu 14.04 Server
  Introduction Although the command line is a powerful tool that can allow you to work quickly and easily in many circumstances, there are instances where a visual interface is helpful. If you are configuring many different services on one machine, or administering portions of your system for clients, tools like ISPConfig can make this […]
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20Jun 2017

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Installation of Server spec
With Server spec, you can write R Spec tests for checking your servers are configured correctly. Server spec tests your servers’ actual state by executing command locally, via SSH, via Win Rm, via Docker API and so on. There is no need to install any agent software and can use any configuration management tools, Puppet, […]
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Installation of MySQL on Ubuntu 16.04
Installation of Mysql on Ubuntu 16.04  Step 1 : Update your package index Run follwing command to update : “ sudo apt-get update ” Step 2 : Install the mysql-server package We can install mysql server package by running following command : “ sudo apt-get install mysql-server ” Step 3 : Configuring MySQL Also run […]
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