If you are trying to figure out what version of PHP you are running on Linux then there are various ways to accomplish that. Below are some of the ways you can quickly and easily verify what version of PHP is installed. The below command will be the easiest way to find it, if this
Today I noticed that MySQL failed to update on one of my droplets, after trying for a while I was unable to get it to successfully update. I tried many different posted solutions but the only way I was able to fix the issue was to backup my databases/users, purge, manually delete files, install MySQL
In today’s post I will be showing you some of the commands on Linux. While I know that this has been posted about many times in the past, a-lot of the guides that I found were missing commands or only covered the vary basic ones. Navigating The Terminal The commands below can be used to
Today I will be showing you how to customize your shell, I will use zsh and bash for these examples since those are the 2 shells I usually use. So lets jump right in shall we? What Shell Am I Running? You can find out what shell you are running by using the following command.
In this post I will show you some quick and easy ways to show all services that are running, as-well as how to stop, start, restart, checking service status, enabling/disabling services during startup, and finding service related processes. I will be using apache2 as my go to for this example but you can simply substitute