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Installing GDAL on Ubuntu

GDAL is a very useful library if you are especially into geoprocessing. GDAL can be used with a number of raster and vector formats and offers different functionalities to perform different analysis with those data. GDAL can even be used with PostgreSQL/PostGIS, Oracle Spatial etc. which is awesome.

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Hiding Folder Directory in Apache

Today, we will be working with apache2. This has been tested it on Ubuntu.
Let’s say we have a folder called files on the Apache web server /var/www/html/. If we go to the URL http://your_ip_or_dns/files/, we would see files folder something like this.

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There are different methods for solving this problem. We will

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Deploying Node.js Application with PM2 and NGINX

Update system

Install Nginx

Check your Web Server

If everything is fine, you will get an output as:

If you encounter an error that says something likeĀ nginx.service: Failed with result 'exit-code', then this is because of some other process using port 80. In this case, do:

You can check the landing page of … CONTINUE READING

Hosting Django for Production in the Ubuntu server

 

Update system

Install Admin Tools

Git

Install Python and environment

Postgres Installation and settings

Creating the database and user

    • Switch to superuser postgres by
    • Create user for the tool by
    • Now create database as
    • Logout from the postgres user

Now create a virtual env for the jrcfloodtool

Workon the virtual env we just created

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