Hello, my name is Adam. Welcome to my Dev Blog

Hello I am HowToUbuntu Contacts: Phone Number (This is a VOIP for safety): +1-(470)-980-6776

Blog Post illustration

Introduction In this article, I am going to share some of the best AWS courses which will help you to learn this revolutionary and valuable technology free of cost. Unlike many other free courses you will find on the internet, these are genuine free ...

howtoubuntu avatar
Adam Ravid
Blog Post illustration

Introduction Elastic Beanstalk and AWS Lightsail both provide you with Virtual Machine(s). But both of them still have differences and I will tell you them! Explanation Elastic Beanstalk Elastic Beanstalk is a simple to-utilize administration that...

howtoubuntu avatar
Adam Ravid
Blog Post illustration

Introduction Usually when you get side projects you don't want to have sub-domains for your web project. In this tutorial I will show you how to get one completely for FREE! The other reason is because you don't ALWAYS want to pay for a domain. Proc...

howtoubuntu avatar
Adam Ravid
Blog Post illustration

1. Displaying an Output As a Table When running orders in the Linux terminal, in some cases their yields can be very difficult to follow. Packed strings and jumbled data are the purposes behind this. Working through this can end up being very difficu...

howtoubuntu avatar
Adam Ravid
Blog Post illustration

I have seen that the How to change Next.JS Localhost port post did very well. I have decided now to do ReactJS as it is similar to NextJS! The Process To change the default port of 3000 it is a bit different then doing it for NextJS. But it is still...

howtoubuntu avatar
Adam Ravid
Blog Post illustration

I’ve been asked how to change the HTTP port of an app built using Next.js, when you are running it locally. By default the port is 3000, but that’s a commonly used port and perhaps you have another service running on it. How can you change it? The an...

howtoubuntu avatar
Adam Ravid
Blog Post illustration

Both Nginx and Apache have their pro(s) and con(s). They are both used by many big tech compainies and by smaller websites. I will tell you the two sides of the Web Server Hosting! Nginx Nginx (also written as nginx or NGINX), came on the scene in 2...

howtoubuntu avatar
Adam Ravid
Blog Post illustration

What is Tilix Terminal Emulator? Tilix is a tiling terminal emulator formerly known as Terminix. It is an enhancement over a regular terminal and provides some important features. Features: - Enable users to split the terminal into different section...

howtoubuntu avatar
Adam Ravid
Blog Post illustration

How To Install PHP 7.4 on Ubuntu!

Published

Installation Step 1. Setting Up PHP 7.4 Run the following command to update apt-get itself, which ensures that you have access to the latest versions of anything you want to install: sudo apt-get update Next, install software-properties-common, whic...

howtoubuntu avatar
Adam Ravid
Blog Post illustration

What is a DNS Server? The Domain Name System (DNS) is the phonebook of the Internet. When users type domain names such as ‘google.com’ or ‘nytimes.com’ into web browsers, DNS is responsible for finding the correct IP address for those sites. Browsers...

howtoubuntu avatar
Adam Ravid
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11