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PHP vs HTML – What’s The Difference? Which Should You Use?


This article will explain the difference between PHP and HTML and outline which you should use for your project (probably both – and I’ll explain why). If by the end of this article you’re still trying to navigate your way through the different web programming languages, check out these other explainers: jQuery vs. JavaScript – Differences? Which is Better? PHP vs. JavaScript – The Best Choice For Your Project TypeScript Vs. JavaScript – What’s the Difference & Which Should You Use? MySQL vs. MariaDB vs. … Read more

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Running Ubuntu in VirtualBox on Windows/Mac [Tutorial]

Running Ubuntu In VirtualBox

Here’s a straightforward set of instructions (with lots of screenshots) on how to set up Ubuntu Linux in VirtualBox for running Ubuntu in a Virtual Machine on Windows 10 and macOS. VirtualBox allows you to set up and run virtual machines on your computer easily.  A virtual machine is a whole computer, virtualized running on top of your current operating system – allowing you to try out and experiment with new operating systems and tools without reformatting your computer. Download and Install Virtualbox The first … Read more

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Python Scatter Plots with Matplotlib [Tutorial]

Python Scatter Plots

Graphs are awesome. If you disagree, you probably shouldn’t read on. The best (and easiest!) way to create graphs and scatter plots in Python is using the package Matplotlib. This tutorial explains exactly how to do so. https://pypi.org/project/matplotlib/ What is matplotlib? I’ll let them introduce themselves in their own words: Matplotlib is a comprehensive library for creating static, animated, and interactive visualizations in Python. This article will give you a jump-start on using Matplotlib to create scatter plots. Install Python Dependencies First, you’ll need to install MatplotLib using … Read more

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The Macintosh Pi – Vintage Apple Macintosh + Raspberry Pi!

Vintage Apple Macintosh Raspberry Pi

In this project, I will be putting a vintage Apple Macintosh to use with Linux and Raspberry Pi! My latest purchase. The Powermac G4. Stylish. Powerful (For 2001). Completely impractical in 2021. Why did I get it? Because it looks cool, and I really like the late 90’s/early 2000’s design of Apple’s hardware. It’s all translucent and cool. There’s still a lot of good software for these old macs – and the simplicity of them is kind of nice, so I thought – could I use … Read more

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How to Extract .tar.gz Files Using the tar Command in Linux

How to Extract .tar.gz Files

This guide explains how to use the tar command in Linux to extract files archived in the .tar.gz format. Many open-source packages for Linux are supplied for download in the .tar.gz archive format. .tar.gz archives behave much like .zip archives you might be more familiar with in that they contain and compress multiple files into a single archive file. The .tar.gz archive looks a bit different from other files – it appears to have two file extensions. This is because it’s the combination of two processes. tar (Tape ARchive) is a format for … Read more

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FAQ: How to disable/remap a keyboard key in Linux?

disable remap a keyboard key in Linux

Q: How can I disable one or several keys on my laptop keyboard in Linux? When I press the DELETE key, it gets stuck and deletes everything 🙂 A: No problem! You can use the following command to remap or disable any key of your keyboard: xmodmap -e ‘keycode <value>=<action>’ For example, you could run the following command to disable your DELETE key: xmodmap -e ‘keycode 107=’ How to get the correct keycode You can get the keycode that corresponds to a specific keyboard button … Read more

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Top Open Source IP Address Management Software

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In this post you will find top open source software for IP address management (IPAM). If you are sysadmin at organization that holds pool of IP addresses and allocates its parts to clients then you must use IP address management tools to track used, reserved, allocated or free IP addresses. It usually prevents an overhead and allows to have clear picture of IP addresses resources usage within an organization on the whole. For example, it may be useful to know how many free IP networks are … Read more

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Moving Linux to remote server (over ssh via third server)

Source: server running rather obsolete Fedora Core 1 with Apache, sendmail, ftp and other stuff. Target: any Linux server with at least one hard drive of appropriate disk space installed (in this case target server was running Knoppix). Third server: any ssh running system. First of all it’s necessary to get all servers to be accessible to each other via ssh. Read your distribution’s manual to find out how to achieve it. There are several possible ways to move Linux to another server by means … Read more