Installing PgModeler 0.5.0 on Fedora Core 18

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Application: PgModeler 0.5.0
Operating System: Linux – Fedora Core 18 (Spherical Cow)
Architecture: x86_64

Step 1
Download the package.

Step 2
Copy and extract the archive.

The application will be extracted to /opt/pgmodeler-0.5.0

Step 3
Inorder to make it run, you need to setup environment path.

Step 4
Execute the application.


pgmodeler

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Installing PostgreSQL 9.2.4 on Fedora Core 18

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Application: PostgreSQL 9.2.4
Operating System: Linux – Fedora Core 18 (Spherical Cow)
Architecture: x86_64

Step 1
Clean and re-cache package list in repositories.

Step 2
Install PostgreSQL 9.2.4 and pgAdmin 3. The package is available in fedora update repository.

Note:
Package from Fedora Update repository will install to /usr/bin/
Package from Postgresql92 repository will install to /usr/pgsql-9.2/bin/

Step 3
Initialise DB

Output

Important

Step 4
Start Server

Step 5
Test the database server

Note:
To allow username and password mode, edit pg_hba.conf
To allow listening on all adaoters, edit postgresql.conf

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Installing Unity Tweak Tool 0.0.5 on Ubuntu 13.04

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Application: Unity Tweak Tool 0.0.5
Operating System: Linux – Ubuntu 13.04 (Raring Ringtail)

Step 1
Add Repository

Step 2
Update packages list

Step 3
Install package


unity-tweak-tool

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Install Ubuntu Tweak 0.8.4 on Ubuntu 13.04

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Application: Ubuntu Tweak 0.8.4
Operating System: Linux – Ubuntu 13.04 (Raring Ringtail)

Step 1
Add Repository

Step 2
Update packages list

Step 3
Install package


ubuntu-tweak

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How to add new user to MySQL

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Database: MySQL

Open terminal. Connect to database using MySQL commandline client.

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Installing Apache 2.4.4, PHP 5.4.15 and phpMyAdmin 4.0.1

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Web Server: Apache 2.4.4
Intepreter: PHP 5.4.15
Application: phpMyAdmin 4.0.1
Operating System: Linux – Fedora Core 18

Step 1
Install MySQL 5.5.30.

Step 2
Install Apache 2.2.4.

Note

Step 3
Install PHP. php-5.4.15 available from Les RPM de Remi repository.

Note

Step 4
Installing phpMyAdmin 4.0.1.1.

Note

Step 5
If still cannot connect, it can be due to SELinux restriction.

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PostgreSQL Plus Advanced Server 9.2.1.3 on Fedora Core 18 – Part 1

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Application: PostgreSQL Plus Advanced Server 9.2.1.3
Operating System: Linux – Fedora Core 18
Architecture: x86_64

1. Download.
– Access to EnterpriseDB web site

– Register, login and download the file ppasmeta-9.2.1.3-linux-x64.tar.gz.
– Download path /home/user/Downloads/ppasmeta-9.2.1.3-linux-x64.tar.gz

2. Extract
– Open terminal.

– Extracted to /home/user/Downloads/ppasmeta-9.2.1.3-linux-x64

3. Install

Language Selection

License Agreement

User Authentication – Using EnterpriseDB account.

Installation directory – leave it as default

Components Selection

Additional Directories

Configuration Mode – Oracle Compatible

Password for enterprisedb user

Additional Configuration – Port. Locale and Sample

Server Utilization

Workload Profile

PgBouncer Configuration

Service Configuration

Summary

Installation Confirmation

Installation Progress

4. Set up environment path

5. Access database using psql client

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Installing GIMP on Fedora Core 18

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Application: GIMP 2.8.4-3
Operating System: Fedora Core 18 (Linux)

1. GIMP package is available in Fedora repository.
2. Open terminal and type the following command.

Screenshot of GIMP

Screenshot of GIMP

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Installing MySQL 5.5.30 on Fedora Core 18

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Database: MySQL 5.5.31
Operating System: Linux – Fedora Core 18

Step 1
Install Les RPM de Remi repository.

Step 2
Enable Les RPM de Remi repository. By default, the repository is disabled.

Step 3
Update YUM repository.

Step 4
Install MySQL Client, MySQL Server, MySQL Utilities and MySQL Workbench.

Step 5
Start MySQL Server.

Step 6
Set the root password and secure the database.

Step 7
Testing with MySQL commandline client.

Note

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