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Installing Supervisor Using Pip: A Step-by-Step Guide

Supervisor is a powerful tool that allows system administrators to monitor and control a variety of processes on UNIX-like operating systems. While it’s typically installed from system package managers, using pip, Python’s package installer, can be a viable alternative. This approach is beneficial when you need a specific version of Supervisor or your system’s package

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Install Node.js on EC2

Welcome to our guide on how to install Node.js on an Amazon EC2 instance. Node.js is a powerful and popular JavaScript runtime built on Chrome’s V8 JavaScript engine. It is known for its efficiency, non-blocking I/O model, and wide usage in building scalable network applications. This guide aims to walk you through setting up Node.js

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Setting Up and Configuring a PostgreSQL Database on AWS Ubuntu

Welcome to our comprehensive guide on setting up a PostgreSQL database on an AWS Ubuntu instance. This blog will walk you through the process step-by-step, from launching your AWS instance to creating your first database and table. Let’s dive in! Launching an AWS Ubuntu Instance First things first, you need an AWS account. Once you’ve

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What is Piping in Linux

Piping is a fundamental concept in the world of Linux and Unix-like operating systems. It allows you to take the output of one command and use it as the input for another command seamlessly. Think of it as a way to create a data pipeline where the output of one process flows directly into the

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Connecting to MongoDB on an EC2 instance

In the age of cloud computing, hosting databases on platforms like AWS has become commonplace. Amazon EC2 provides a flexible environment for running databases like MongoDB. However, accessing these databases remotely requires a mix of configuration and, importantly, security measures to ensure that your data remains protected. In this post, we’ll guide you through the

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I am Atiqur Rahman graduated from BUET and am an AWS-certified solutions architect.

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