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Install and enable SSH in Ubuntu 14.04

I was setting up a service on a local computer with Ubuntu 14.04 Trusty Tahr OS which I realized there is no SSH server daemon what so ever on Ubuntu, so I thought installation and enabling SSH in Ubuntu 14.04 can be a issue for some beginners, so here is the solution:

First you should install the OpenSSH server:

sudo apt-get install openssh-server

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Setup MySQL Server on CentOS or RHEL

One of the most common databases is MySQL and the best medium for this database type is Linux. To setup this database, you should follow the following steps in order to install it easily and securely.

These steps contains:

1. Installing MySQL server daemon
2. Installing MySQL module for PHP
3. Starting MySQL daemon
4. Follow security wizard
5. Set MySQL daemon to run at boot

These 5 steps are the most basic things you should do before using your server for business.

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Setup RHEL 5 or CentOS 5 Linux in Graphical Mode

CentOS is one of the most stable operating systems I have ever worked with. You can easily download it from official mirror sites that provide the disk-image file for free. The list of mirror sites can be found in Distrowatch.com as I described in my earlier post.

After downloading the image file (typically the have .ISO extension), you can burn it on a physical disk or you can create a bootable USB Drive, and boot your system with either of these two ways.

When You boot your System with the bootable media, your will face this welcome page:

Image: Welcome Page

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