This simple step by step tutorial will explain you how to download and install Mozilla Firefox on your Ubuntu PC / Laptop.
- Download Mozilla Firefox from their downloads page (Since now they support both 32bit and 64bit architectures, make sure to download the correct version): Click Here
- Once you have downloaded, go to that download directory and extract the downloaded tar.bz2 file
tar -xjf firefox-29.0.tar.bz2
- Then move that extracted content (firefox folder) to /opt/ directory
- Now create a link in /usr/share/pixmaps/ pointing firefox icon. (in-order to use with desktop entry)
sudo ln -sfv /opt/firefox/browser/icons/mozicon128.png /usr/share/pixmaps/firefox.png
- Now create a desktop entry for ease of access.
- Create a new .desktop file for firefox
sudo gedit /usr/share/applications/firefox.desktop
- Copy and Paste below content to opened firefox.desktop file
- Now save that file
- That’s it. you are ready to go. Now you can simply search in Ubuntu dash for firefox.
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What is Redis?
Redis is a flexible, open-source, key value data store. Following in the footsteps of other NoSQL databases, such as Cassandra, CouchDB, and MongoDB, Redis allows the user to store vast amounts of data without the limits of a relational database. Additionally, it has also been compared to memcache and can be used, with its basic elements as a cache with persistence.
Set-up Environment For Installation.
Before installing redis, there are a couple of prerequisites that need to be downloaded in-order to proceed with the installation.
1. Update all of the apt-get packages.
2. Download a compiler with build essential in-order to install Redis from source.
sudo apt-get install build-essential
3. Download and install tcl8.5
sudo apt-get install tcl8.5
After all of the prerequisites and dependencies downloaded to the server, you can proceed with the Redis installation from source.
1. Download the Stable Redis release from their website. google code. The latest stable version is 2.8.3 Continue reading How To Install Redis in Ubuntu
Zend Optimizer is a PHP extension and can be used to run PHP scripts that are encoded with Zend Guard. Zend Optimizer is compatible with PHP 5.2. If you are running PHP 5.3 or above you should use Zend Guard, which is an analogue of Zend Optimizer. In this article I will go through the steps you need to follow when installing Zend Guard on popular Linux distributions like Centos 6, Debian, Ubuntu.
1. First you need to know the linux distribution, it’s architecture, and the PHP version you are using.
- To find the linux distribution, type
cat /etc/issue in terminal.
- To find the architecture of your system, type
uname -a in terminal.
- To find the php version, type
php -v in terminal.
2. Download the appropriate Zend Gard
- For 32-bit operating systems :
- For 64-bit operating systems :
Continue reading Installing Zend Guard on Linux distributions (Centos 6, Debian, Ubuntu)
**This tutorial can be used to install Eclipse in any Ubuntu version.**
Basically there are two methods to install eclipse IDE in Ubuntu.
1. Using Ubuntu Software Center
2. Download Eclipse IDE package and then install manually (personally recommended)
Personally I prefer to use the second method. Because If you chose the first method and if you need to install Eclipse IDE on multiple Ubuntu machines, You will have to download Eclipse IDE on each and every machine. That will cost bandwith as well as time. Therefore, in this tutorial I’m only going to show the second method.
In order to do this first you need to make sure that you have Java installed. To check that you can type
in the terminal and it will give you the current java version installed on your computer. If you do not have Java installed on your computer please follow Install JDK on Ubuntu tutorial in order to install Java.
Continue reading How to install Eclipse Juno in Ubuntu 13.04?
Today I installed Ubuntu GNU/Linux 12.10 (Quantal Quetzal) in my new laptop. So I had to install JDK in order develop and run Java applications on it. I installed it manually. This is how it was done. This tutorial should works with 12.04 LTS (Precise Pangolin) too.
1. First you need to download JDK 7 (At the moment it’s JDK 7U11) – Download
2. Extract the downloaded tar file using this terminal command
tar -xvzf jdk-7u11-linux-x64.tar.gz
Continue reading Install JDK 7 on Ubuntu (Precise Pangolin, Quantal Quetzal)