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How to use NVM to install NodeJS in Ubuntu 18.04

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While direct installation can be done, it might be better to do it by using nvm to install nodejs. If there are already any nodejs or npm version installed on your system and you want to remove it, you can do so by (not mandatory) sudo apt remove nodejs sudo apt remove npm First let’s get started with installing Node Version Manager (nvm) curl -o- https://raw.githubusercontent.com/creationix/nvm/v0.33.11/install.sh | bash All the details of nvm can be found on it’s github page.This will download the nvm package to our local, install it and set the path of nvm in bash. The terminal  … [Read More]

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FTP Access not Showing Any Files/Directory

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Issue Sometimes there is an issue with FTP access not showing any files/directory The server was correctly set up and browsing through the directory via cPanel is possible.Created the FTP user for access.When I tried to log-in with the username/password and the server details, the log-in was successful.But not able to see any files or directories in the FTP client. Problem In most cases, the problem lies in how we created the FTP user. If you take a look at the user settings, notice the Directory that you have provided access to the user.It probably might be pointing to the  … [Read More]

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Serving Static Files Locally using Node and Express

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A basic setup to serve a folder in a browsable mode using NodeJs and ExpressJS. const express = require(‘express’); const app = express(); const serveIndex = require(‘serve-index’); const port = process.env.PORT || 3000; app.use(express.static(__dirname + “/”)) app.use(‘/’, serveIndex(__dirname + ‘/’)); const server = app.listen(port, function() { console.log(“Server running at port ” + port); });

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Install Microsoft Office Picture Manager

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If you have upgraded to Microsoft Office 2013 or above from any of the earlier versions, then you might have realized that Microsoft has dumped the Microsoft Office Picture Manager. While there have been other applications provided by Microsoft to address this, nothing compares to the ease of use of the Picture Manager. In this article, I’m going to lay out the steps to install it alongside your other office installation without any additional cost, for free. While I was disappointed with the absence of the Microsoft Office Picture Manager in the new Microsoft Office installations, I was keen to  … [Read More]