I have some Virtualbox virtual machine on my desktop. Now I have Proxmox VE 5.3-8 installed on a separate machine. So I would like to move the VM to Proxmox. Let me list the existing installation. My Desktop, Windows 10 Pro version 1809. Virtualbox 6.0.4 r128413 Guest VM inside of Virtualbox is Ubuntu 18.04 with
The scenario is to run the program inside of Ubuntu VPS. Input a URL the program will output the jpg file. The solution is to use wkhtmltoimage, which is a part of wkhtmtopdf. I used to use the old version wkhtmltopdf v0.12.3. Now it is not working anymore due to some reason I don’t know.
I have a VPS with Nginx as a web server and also a lot of web sites on it. It is on Digital Ocean. Here is the VPS basic information. SFO2 1GB Nanode Ubuntu Linux 18.04.2 Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5-2650 v4 @ 2.20GHz, 1 cores Nginx 1.15.9 All sites use one access.log file. The following
Today, I received the email, regarding the life of Ubuntu 17.10. You will see it is end of life on July 19, 2018, means Today. If you are still using Ubuntu 17.10, you would better to upgrade to Ubuntu 18.04. This is a follow-up to the End of Life warning sent earlier this month to
Based on the schedule of release, Ubuntu 18.04 LTS (Bionic Beaver) will be released on April 26, 2018, the day after tomorrow. Now, my all VPS is running on the Ubuntu 16.04 LTS. LTS is an abbreviation for “Long Term Support”. An LTS version is released every two years. So after Ubuntu 16.04 LTS, it
It is just a record for reference. 0) I have my Ubuntu 14.04 installation done on my VirtualBox 512MB memory 1 CPU. Install Ubuntu 14.04 server with openssh server only. No other server software installed. 1) Install Nginx Nginx can be found in the Ubuntu repository, but it is often outdated. To get the latest
Ubuntu is always a good desktop Linux distributation in the world. In the past years. more and more are installed as servers. Now I have four VPS are running under ubuntu, from 12.04 to 14.04. Ubuntu 14.10 server is not a LTS edition. It will be supported in 9 months. Actually it will be upgrade
It is a general command to check which program is using port 80. And also known the PID of this process. Then to force stop it and release the port 80 to other program. To get more details of how to use command lsof, enter lsof –help to get the help.
I use Ubuntu on my Netbook, Acer Aspire One. It has only 8 GB SSD as storage. The disk space is always tight there. That is why I install Lubuntu on it. Light and quick respond. After a few months use and a few times update. The free space is even tight. I have to