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superjojo140 / apache_and_php.md
Last active May 20, 2024 17:57
Apache, PHP, MariaDB and PhpMyAdmin on Archlinux

Guide to install a LAMP system on on your archlinux system and serve php-based database applications.
LAMP stands for a Linux system with Apache (webserver), MariaDB (database) and PHP (programming language). In this guide we will also install PhpMyAdmin (database admin GUI) to easily manage the SQL tables.

Apache

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The Apache HTTP Server is an open-source and free product of the Apache Software Foundation and one of the most widely used web servers on the Internet. In addition to factors such as performance, expandability, security, freedom from license costs and support from a very large community, its long-term availability for a wide variety of operating systems is one of the reasons for its widespread use; it is most frequently used as a LAMP system.

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@yellowbyte
yellowbyte / compiling_asm.md
Last active May 15, 2024 07:32
how to assemble assembly with NASM assembler to 32-bit or 64-bit ELF binary with or without libc

32-bit ELF binary

how to assemble and link:

nasm -f elf32 -o <filename>.o <filename>.asm
ld -m elf_i386 -o <filename> <filename>.o

template code (hello world):

section .text
global _start
@thomasheller
thomasheller / INSTALL.md
Last active May 22, 2024 17:56
Install Arch Linux in VirtualBox VM
@mindplace
mindplace / git_and_github_instructions.md
Last active May 15, 2024 18:05
Pushing your first project to github

1. Make sure git is tracking your project locally

Do you need a refresher on git? Go through Codecademy's git course.

  1. Using your terminal/command line, get inside the folder where your project files are kept: cd /path/to/my/codebase. → You cannot do this simply by opening the folder normally, you must do this with the command line/terminal.
    → Do you need a refresher on using your command line/terminal? I've compiled my favorite resources here.

  2. Check if git is already initialized: git status