SSL provider used: Let’s Encrypt (https://letsencrypt.org) Let’s Encrypt is a free, automated, and open Certificate Authority. The following steps could be used to install SSL successfully: Step One: Go to ZeroSSL(https://zerossl.com/), a browser based interface for getting a Let’s Encrypt SSL. Click on “Online Tools”, then start the “FREE SSL Certificate Wizard”. Follow the instructions,…Read More Setting up LetsEncrypt SSL in Godaddy.
The lsof command can be used to find out which ports are currently listening. Above commands checks whether the port 3000, 3001,9001 are currently active and listening. A bit about lsop. lsof is a command meaning “list open files”, which is used in many Unix-like systems to report a list of all open files and…Read More Find out which ports are listening
If you are working with git via command line, almost everyone would have faced a need to know the current working branch at times. There are numerous ways in which you can show the current git branch. There are other tools like Zsh and OhMyZsh While searching around i found a simple way by editing…Read More Show current Git branch name in command prompt
The following source code can be used to enable mod_rewrite in Apache server. Step 1 Take up the terminal and type in: Note: You will need root permission Step 2 Now restart Apache server using: You’ve enabled mod_rewrite!Read More Enable mod_rewrite in Apache
RAR is a very popular and famous compression method. In Ubuntu, rar do not come pre-installed. You would need to install rar using the following command : CheersRead More How to Extract rar files in Ubuntu 14.04 / 13.10 / 13.04 / 12.10 / 12.04