Category: Linux Tutorials

  • Enable SSH Password Login in Linux

    Enable SSH Password Login in Linux

    SSH, which stands for Secure Shell, is a highly secure method of connecting to any remote server. All cloud providers prefer to login with ssh keys because it is a secure and quick way to login without providing a password. Linux allows us to log in using a number of secure techniques. On a desktop […]

  • How to use Google Drive on Linux

    How to use Google Drive

    Google Drive is the most popular cloud storage service, offering 15GB of free cloud storage. However, despite being such a popular cloud storage service, there is no official Google Drive client for Linux. There were even rumours that Google was planning to release an official Google Drive client for Linux, but nothing came to fruition. […]

  • How to Switch PHP Version

    Switch PHP version

    I recently discussed a variety of subjects relating the configuration of various web servers and the operation of PHP applications such as WordPress. Web servers, such as OpenLiteSpeed, allow you to change the version using the WebAdmin Console, but if you’re using Apache, here’s how to switch the PHP version on Linux. PHP Versions How […]

  • How To Migrate WordPress Manually To New Host

    Migrate WordPress site to new host

    Any website migration is regarded as one of the most difficult operations. Fortunately, WordPress provides a plethora of backup plugins to help and automate the entire backup and migration process. However, WordPress is constructed in such a way that manually migrate WordPress could not be simpler. In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to migrate […]

  • Install WordPress on LiteSpeed Web Server

    Install WordPress on OpenLiteSpeed

    WordPress is a well-known content management system (CMS) on the Internet. Almost all large and small hosting providers offer several solutions for easily hosting WordPress, and LiteSpeed web server is one of those solutions. OpenLiteSpeed is a popular open-source free web server that is renowned for responding to user requests faster than Apache, Nginx, and other web […]

  • Import Multiple SQL Files In MySQL

    Import Multiple SQL Files In MySQL

    If you are manually migrating your website or simply need to import certain SQL files into your database, this article will show you how to import multiple SQL files in mySQL. We will use both a graphical interface and MySQL command-line. To begin with, it is strongly advised not to import a database onto a live […]

  • Install WordPress on Nginx Ubuntu

    Install WordPress on Nginx Ubuntu

    Nginx is a well-known web server that is used to serve webpages on the Internet. Nginx, which was first launched in October 2004, quickly became the web server and proxy server of choice for thousands of web developers. It has a number of benefits over its competitor Apache. In this article, we will learn how […]

  • [Fixed] username is not in sudoers file

    username is not in sudoers file

    In this article, we will fix a common error that new Linux users encounter username is not in sudoers file. The problem is related to user permissions and can be simply resolved with a single command. If you have recently established a new user on your Linux distribution, you may see the error “username is […]

  • [Fixed] bash: sudo: command not found

    bash sudo command not found

    sudo, Linux’s most useful command, is occasionally missing from several Linux distributions, most notably docker containers and lightweight Linux distributions. sudo is a utility that allows users to run commands with root access. It is the most helpful command and is included in almost all major Linux distributions. Yes, almost all. Several Linux distros, particularly […]

  • [Fixed] Host is not allowed to connect to this MySQL server

    Host is not allowed to connect to this MySQL server

    Application developers may encounter difficulties connecting to a database hosted on a server other than the local server. In this article, we will resolve a common error that occurs when connecting to a MySQL database remotely from outside the network or from another host. SQLSTATE[HY000] [1130] Host ‘172.19.0.11’ is not allowed to connect to this […]

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