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Linux Cloud Hosting 2014 with ASPHostPortal.com :: How To Create, Remove, & Manage Tables in PostgreSQL on a Cloud Server

What is PostgreSQL?

PostgreSQL is a database management system that uses the SQL querying language. It is a very stable and feature-rich database system that can be used to store the data from other applications on your server.

In this article, we will discuss how to create and manage tables within the postgreSQL interface. You will learn how to properly configure tables and use them to store your information.

How to Install and Log Into PostgreSQL on Ubuntu

In this guide, we will install PostgreSQL on Ubuntu 12.04, but it should be available in most other distributions’ default repositories.

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Cloud Server Linux Hosting – ASPHostPortal.com :: How To Install and Secure phpMyAdmin on Debian 7

phpMyAdmin

phpMyAdmin is a free web software to work with MySQL on the web. It provides a convenient visual front end to the MySQL capabilities.

Setup

Before working with phpMyAdmin, you need to have LAMP installed on your server. If you don’t have the Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP stack on your server, you can find the tutorial for setting it up here.
Once you have the user and required software, you can start installing phpMyAdmin on your VPS!

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Linux Cloud Hosting with ASPHostPortal.com :: How To Install Rails, Apache, and MySQL on Ubuntu with Passenger

Intro


Installing Ruby on Rails and MySQL on an apache virtual private server is the first step toward getting Ruby applications live and online. Three useful installers make the task of building this server easier than ever before.

Setup

This tutorial requires you to have a  server up and running. Additionally, the rails ready script needs to be performed by a user with sudo privileges. If you don’t have a user like that on your server, you can check out how to do that in steps 3 and 4 of this tutorial.

Step One—Install Rails Ready


Once you are logged in on your virtual server with your user with root privileges, type in the command to install Rails Ready:

wget --no-check-certificate https://raw.github.com/joshfng/railsready/master/railsready.sh && bash railsready.sh

Rails Ready can be installed either from the source or with RVM, the Ruby Version Manager. I would recommend using RVM—it’s an easy installation and will later let you to switch between multiple versions of Ruby if needed.

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