Launch the instance and connect with ssh.
##Update the server
sudo yum update
##Install php and MySQL packages
Dear Emily Thornberry,
I write to you with a simple hypothetical. Imagine the ISP TalkTalk were required by law to retain 12 months worth of internet access history, now imagine the result of their recent security breach given this. Every TalkTalk customer would potentially have their entire private online world exposed to the public: from the popular teenager, terrified of the views of his family and friends, researching LGBTQ issues; to the jovial receptionist frequenting suicide support forums. None of it legally sensitive, but personally devastating.
TalkTalk are not alone: BT, Virgin and Sky have all had data breaches go public. As long as data security continues to be overlooked at these companies and many others, data breaches will continue to happen. The only way to safe guard the above information from attack, is to not have it at all.
If the proposed Draft Investigatory Powers Bill were to pass, the above would become an all too common reality. Nobody argues against the need for our security serv
Hmm... I don't see any docs for 4.0 on https://webpack.js.org. I guess I'll just wing it.
All I need to do is
npm i -D webpack@next, right?
youtube-dl is a handy little command-line utility that, with the right command, automagically downloads videos from Youtube as well as other platforms such as Vimeo, Lynda.com, BBC, CNN etc..(Full list of supported websites)
Kindly proceed to youtube-dl's Github repo for detailed installation instructions for your respective OS
In case of an error, make sure you have Python 2.6, 2.7 or 3.2+ installed as youtube-dl needs it to run.