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How To Install Node.js Framework with Express and socket.io modules

1. Get a repository or package  of node.js using following command sudo apt-get install nodejs 2. After that we need a  NodeJS package manager (npm) sudo apt-get install npm Run the node.js using the command node node.js node.js supports different modules Examples : socket.io ,express,http..etc var socket = require( ‘socket.io’ ); var express = require( ‘express’ ); var http = require( ‘http’ ); ...

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batch file renaming in ubuntu

In Ubuntu bulk file renaming or batch file renaming is not easy as like in windows. We need to install packages for easy renaming of file names. One of the best package found suitable for ubuntu file renaming is “pyRenamer” Install pyRenamer – sudo apt-get install pyrenamer. Take pyRenamer from Accessories->pyRenamer.pyRenamer has different options for the above operation.

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Export WordPress blog or backup your wordpress blog

WordPress have a option to take backup of  your blog . It is very important to keep a hard copy of your blog. There is always a  chance to loose data online. No need to take  any risk for your valuable post. 1. Goto wp-admin from Left side menu ->Tools 2. Choose the export option 3. Select one  All content ...

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How to Recover deleted files on netbeans IDE

NetBeans IDE 7.3 is a super tool for development and it supports several programming languages.We are now using NetBeans IDE 7.3 for different different types of software development environments. In NetBeans IDE 7.3 recovering options are also available. Right click on the folder/directory of NetBeans IDE 7.3 that the files had been deleted. Then Choose Local History –> click on the option ...

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How to Give All File Permission / folder permission recursively in ubuntu(chmod command)

Ubuntu ooperating system(os) gives more importance to security. So all types operations need root permissions. Two ways give permissions in Ubuntu. one ways is to right click on on file/folder and edit permissions. You should be admin to do this. The second way is through terminal. command: sudo chmod 777 pathtofile/folder Eg :sudo chmod -R 777 /var/www/smarttips/ sudo chmod -R ...

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