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How to upgrade to PHP 8.1 on Rocky Linux 9

Rocky Linux 9 comes with PHP 8.0 as default and base package. Even 8.0 is fine to use, but there maybe time you would like to update to latest stable release at hand to test your app. Read on how to upgrade to PHP 8.1 on Rocky Linux 9 the easy way.
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How to install Apache, MariaDB, PHP (LAMP) on Rocky Linux 9

LAMP stands for Linux, Apache, MySQL/MariaDB and PHP that work together to serve web content also called LAMP stack. Rocky Linux 9 is released and available for public consumption. In this article you will learn how to install Apache, MariaDB and PHP (LAMP) on Rocky Linux 9.
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Install Rocky Linux 9 in VirtualBox

Rocky Linux 9 is a long term support OS, so you can safely use it for another 10 years. Most cloud providers offer it already, where you don't need to install it. But if you are testing or even hosting an app on your local machine, you can install Rocky Linux 9 in a VirtualBox to do so.
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Free and open source SVG icons for your project

Are you working on a project which needs SVG icons? I know there are hundreds of websites offer icons but are they free and open source? Can you use it without a limitation? If the answer is no, then read on to know about free and open source SVG or PNG icons for your current/next project.
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Resource monitoring terminal tools in Linux

Monitoring your system resources is quite common in tech world. But if you are a Linux or terminal person, then you know there is nothing stopping you from having tools at your disposal. I am going to show you a few of resource monitoring terminal tools in Linux today.
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Extend XFS partition on LVM on Linux

There are times when you need to extend a partition either root or home to have more space on your virtual server. The end result should be a smooth process without data loss and issues. If your server or virtual machine is on Linux (Ubuntu, CentOS, AlmaLinux, Rocky Linux etc), read on how to extend/grow XFS partition based on LVM.