Category Archives: Linux Tricks

How to Install Composer on a Linux Server

Here comes the guide for global composer installation. wget –2019-04-06 18:15:55– Resolving (… 2001:41d0:302:1100::8:104f, Connecting to (|2001:41d0:302:1100::8:104f|:443… connected. HTTP request sent, awaiting response… 200 OK Length: 263790 (258K) [application/octet-stream] Saving to: ‘installer’ installer 100%[=====================================================================================>] 257.61K –.-KB/s in 0.1s 2019-04-06 18:15:56 (1.82 MB/s) – ‘installer’ saved [263790/263790] Rename it to composer-setup.php mv installed composer-setup.php… Read More »

How to Install Composer for a Directadmin Server

Here is a quick guide for composer setup on a DirectAdmin server (if you want to make it available for all users). We will use Directadmin Composer plugin – you can get one here First of all, we will need root access to install this plugin. Here is the list of commands for that: cd /usr/local/directadmin/plugins; wget;… Read More »

8 Mesmerising secrets about Linux you never knew before

Linux has really upgraded over the years and this is great news for Windows users who’re sick of paying for new Windows releases or are in general dying for a change. It’s time, folks to switch to Linux. But wait, how can you throw away your Windows set-up for something that is fairly new to you? Read on… Read More »

How to Install git 2.9 on a Directadmin Server with CentOS 6

Two years ago I have written a short guide on the same subject – here it is. Since yum install git still doesn’t allow us to install git 2, let me share the fastest way to get git up and running on your server. First of all, let’s download the most recent version of git here. Most recent… Read More »