Howto: Create a New User Account in Linux (w/ Usage)

by Pranav Rastogi on June 6, 2012

Creating or adding a user in Linux can be done using the useradd command. The user created via useradd command stays locked until it is assigned a password.

To add a user in any Linux distro, run the following command (adding user called ‘account-name’):
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Some people might encounter an XSLT stylesheet rendering error if their servers are configured to render .xsl files. The error is:

Error loading stylesheet: An XSLT stylesheet does not have an XML mimetype

There’s an easy fix for the above error. [click to continue…]

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Howto: Install NginX on Ubuntu 10.04 (or newer) 32bit via apt-get

December 25, 2011

Want to install latest NginX stable/development version on Ubuntu 10.04 32bit (or newer) using apt-get with some additional compiled-in modules? Then, follow this quick howto and make your life easier!

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How to: Install NginX on Ubuntu 10.04 64bit via apt-get

March 16, 2011

I recently bought a new VPS which came installed with uBuntu 10.04 64bit LTS by default, I was expecting a 32bit version but then I decided to work on the 64bit version instead. You might encounter a few problems with installing NginX on uBuntu 10.04 64-bit via apt-get. The NginX package on the repositories is […]

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Nginx: WordPress + W3 Total Cache with Page Cache (Disk Enhanced)

November 5, 2010

Nginx has got one major advantage – it can serve static content very fast and super efficiently. It can provide you a great advantage if your blog gets hit by Digg/Slashdot effect or just very sudden & huge traffic. Enter, W3 Total Cache – it’s an all in one caching plugin for WordPress. Disk (enhanced) […]

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NginX: WordPress + W3 Total Cache Minify Rewrite Rules

November 4, 2010

Want to use W3 Total Cache’s Minify on your WordPress blog which runs on NginX? No problemo. I faced the same problem at first but couldn’t find much info digging around, so I decided to take a look at W3 Total Cache’s rewrite rules and took some time to write them for my NginX configuration. […]

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How To: Install NginX, PHP-FPM, MySQL, PHP 5.3.10 & WordPress on Ubuntu (Part 2)

September 13, 2010

How To: Install NginX, PHP-FPM, MySQL, PHP 5.3.10 & WordPress on Ubuntu (Part 2 of 2) This is the 2nd part of the tutorial on How To: Install NginX, PHP-FPM, MySQL, PHP 5.3.10 & WordPress on Ubuntu Server. I’ve used a Linode 512MB VPS running Ubuntu 10.04 LTS for this tutorial.

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How To: Install NginX, PHP-FPM, MySQL, PHP 5.3.10 & WordPress on Ubuntu (Part 1)

September 13, 2010

How To: Install NginX, PHP-FPM, MySQL, PHP 5.3.10 & WordPress on Ubuntu (Part 1 of 2) I’ve used a Linode 512MB VPS running Ubuntu 10.04 LTS for this tutorial. They’re one of the best out there in terms of speed, reliability and performance. First, let’s start with installing NginX. The easiest way to install NginX […]

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