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Saravanan S is a person who take everything positive and like to take chances. He always like to be in a challenging environment. Currently he is working as a System Engineer in Syslint Technologies.

How to install and configure SpamAssassin with Postfix in Debian 8

Index Introduction Requirement Installation Setting Privileges Enable SpamAssasin Configure Spamassassin Configure Postfix Conclusion 1. Introduction Spamassassin is a spam detection and prevention software intentionally made for incoming email spamming. We can prevent incoming spam mails by using various methods such

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How to install Apache Thrift on Ubuntu 14.04

1. Introduction Apache Thrift is just a software framework written in C++. It was initially developed in 2007 by Facebook but now it is an Open Source project in Apache Software Foundation (ASF). The RPC is Remote Procedure Call is

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How to Install PostgreSQL on Debian 8

Index Introduction Advantages Requirements Installation Accessing the database Creating New Roles and database Connecting to PostgreSQL Conclusion 1. Introduction PostgreSQL pronounced as “post-gress-Q-L” is a free and open source object-relational database management system. It is developed by a group of

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How To Install Ruby on Rails with rbenv on CentOS 7 or RHEL 7

Index Introduction Prerequisites Installation Installation of Rbenv Installation of Ruby Installation of Rails Apache Configuration Creating a Test Application Conclusion 1. Introduction This article helps you install and configure Ruby on Rails on CentOS 7. By following some simple steps

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How To Install Laravel PHP Framework on a CentOS 7 or RHEL 7

Index Introduction Prerequisites Server Configuration Requirements Setting up Yum Repositories Install Composer Install Laravel Set Encryption Key Create Apache Virtual Host Conclusion 1. Introduction Laravel is a free, open source PHP framework designed for the fastest development of MVC (Model-View-Controller)

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