How to Install MySQL 8 on CentOS 8

CentOS MySQL 8

MySQL Server is the most popular tool used for relational databases. It hosts multiple databases using a single server where allows multi-user can access these databases individually. At the time, when we are writing this article MySQL Server 8.0 is available for installation. This version introduced some new features that are not compatible with some … Read more

3 Ways to Power off Debian

Debian Poweroff

Along with many other routine tasks, Linux administrators also have to perform a safe shutdown or reboot. It seems the simplest task but should be done in a secure way. Our systems are continuously running processes. If the system is not properly powered off, files and processes will not safe closely, might result in corrupted … Read more

Scheduling a Task on Linux Using Crontab

Schedule Linux Task with Crontab

Cron helps us to run tasks automatically in the background in defined intervals. Cron is e.g. used to automatically create backups every night to sync files e.g. once an hour or to start updates or download files at specific intervals. This tutorial will show you how to set up and edit cronjobs using the crontab … Read more

How to install Android Studio on CentOS 8

CentOS Android Studio

Android Studio is a well-known software tool for Android application development. It is developed by Google and available for installation on many different operating systems like Linux, Windows, and macOS. Android Studio is a feature-rich tool to develop mobile applications and user interfaces. In this article, I will explain the installation of Android Studio on … Read more

How to install the LAMP Stack on CentOS 8

CentOS LAMP Server

LAMP is an acronym of Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP. It is a free and open-source stack used by developers and website administrators to test and host their Web applications. It comes up with 4 components which are Apache (used for hosting a website), MySQL or MariaDB, and PHP – a popular scripting language used … Read more