1. Download installer from official site: http://www.accurev.com/customer-support-resources/downloads. 2. If you've downloaded it in format .gz, run command $ gunzip AccuRev_5_7_0_LinuxClientOnly_x86_2_4.bin.gz It will get .bin file from archive. 3. While installation of x86 package I had problems with compatibility of package and OS. The solution was to install special package for 32-bit programs: $ apt-get install ia32-libs 4. If you want that installer doesn't ask you any questions while installation process, you can use "silent" installation. It requires file with settings. To create this file do the following: $ cd path/with/installer $ vi ac...
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Hi there. In this article we'll discuss about logstash's installation procedure.  Before technical issues let's speak about our goals and strictly about logstash.   Image situation when you have web resource which work in production, it handles a huge amount of users. Let's say that there are thousands of users.... Each user has his own id. He could add/delete/update something via this web resource and you should know what exactly add or remove each user in some exactly time. Your web resource logs everything to syslog, for example and you have megabytes of logs. So, supposably you develope some application which should know all action...
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Hello everyone! Today I was trying to add captcha field to my form and faced with little problem with PIL. By default it doesn't support a lot of needed libraries! I've got many useful info from here and here. With this docu I was afraid that I couldn't setup PIL correctly on my host mashine on Openshift. But result was successful. So I'd like to share with you my experience. First af all we need to create for PIL all required symlinks. For 32-bit Ubuntu: sudo apt-get install libjpeg62 libjpeg-dev libfreetype6 libfreetype6-dev zlib1g-dev ln -s /usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu/libfreetype.so /usr/lib/ ln -s /usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu/libz.so /usr/lib/ ln -s /usr/lib...
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Very often I faced with problems while installing MySQL module for python web applications on virtual environment. Here I'll describe steps for successful installation. First of all, be sure that you have MySQL server installed: sudo apt-get install mysql-server As we will use virtual environment, let's install it also: sudo apt-get install python-virtualenv Now we will create virtualenv in project root folder and activate it: mkdir myproject && cd myproject virtualenv venv . venv/bin/activate After activating of virtualenv you should see "(venv)" on the start of the promt (e,g,(venv)my-user@web-server:). Now all packages that wil...
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Connect to a mongod From a system prompt, start mongo by issuing the mongo command, as follows: mongo By default, mongo looks for a database server listening on port 27017 on the localhost interface. To connect to a server on a different port or interface, use the --port and --host options. Select a Database After starting the mongo shell your session will use the test database by default. At any time, issue the following operation at the mongo to report the name of the current database: db From the mongo shell, display the list of databases...
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