Install Drupal 6 website backup from hosting server in Slackware 14.1

Install a backup for your website is a good practice. Here is a tutorial on how to backup your Drupal website and install it in Slackware 14.1 64bit example.

Install virtualbox on Ubuntu

This is a guide on how to setup Virtualbox on Ubuntu. We use 'virtualbox-qt 4.1.2-dfsg-1ubuntu1', a Virtualbox package for Ubuntu Desktop version 11.10 for this example.

Download and install Virtualbox

It's easier to download and install Virtualbox using Ubuntu Software Center. Open Ubuntu Software Center from the left panel menu on the desktop and type 'virtualbox' in the search textbox. See screenshot example below:

Setting up a Drupal website

This is a guide on setting up Drupal content management system on localhost. This guide is the second part tutorial on how to build a website using Drupal cms. You can read the first tutorial in Drupal installation on windows tutorial and Setup and configure Drupal 6 in Slackware Linux tutorial.

Drupal installation on windows tutorial

This is a guide on how to setup website and configure Drupal content management system on windows. You need to have web server, mysql and php installed in your computer before begin the Drupal installation.

Download latest Drupal content management system from drupal official website. There are two versions of Drupal active at the moment, Drupal 5 and Drupal 6. Active means that Drupal 5 and Drupal 6 still maintained and supported by Drupal developer and modules developer.

Ubuntu ftp client guide

This is a specific guide on how to install and using ftp client in Ubuntu Desktop. We are going to use gftp as an example, which is a quite familiar ftp client in Linux community. The gftp doesn't included by the default, so you need to install it first. Below is a brief information about gftp:

Install phpmyadmin in Ubuntu 9.04

PhpMyAdmin is a graphical user interface tool to manage mysql database. It's very popular and used by many web hosting providers around the world. This tutorial is a guide on how to install phpmyadmin in Ubuntu 9.04. Prerequisite is you need to have mysql server already installed in your system. The instructions are in step by step, however, it's not in proper order. You need to read it first and make your own notes after finished reading it.

Open command line terminal and install phpMyAdmin using apt-get:

How to install php5 in Ubuntu 9.04

This is a guide on how to install php5 in Ubuntu 9.04 using command line. We are using apt-get package management system to install the package. It is pretty simple, straight forward instructions. There are only two important things to do here, install php5 and remove all packages that are no longer required. Here are all the steps you need:

Install php5 using apt-get command:

How to install and configure PHP-Nuke in Ubuntu Desktop

This is a guide on how to install and configure PHP-Nuke 8.0 in Ubuntu. PHP-Nuke is a Content Management System used by many organizations and individuals as a platform for their website, blog or forum in the Internet.

To setup PHP-Nuke on your Ubuntu Desktop operating system, first, you need a web server and database server. If you haven't install it, the easiest way is to install LAMP server. When you are ready, follow the step by step instruction below to begin setup PHP-Nuke.


Burn iso image using k3b burner software in Slackware

K3b is a CD/DVD burning software comes by default with KDE when you installed Slackware. It has everything a beginner needs to burn a data, audio, video and ISO image under Linux using the graphical user interface without learning the command line utilities such as cdrecord, cdrdao, and growisofs. This is an example on how to burn ISO image using k3b dvd burner program running in Slackware Linux.

Joomla 1.5 how to change template tutorial

Here is a guide on how to change template in Joomla 1.5. There are several steps that you need to do, including pre-requisites before begin installing the new template. See all examples with step by step instruction below:

Joomla 1.5 change template - Pre-requisites

  1. Login as joomla super administrator.
  2. Click Help → System info.
  3. Open 'Directory Permissions' tab.
  4. Make sure all directory permission status is 'Writable'.

This is the 'Directory Permissions' screenshot image example:


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