This is second part of the tutorial.You would like to read the first part before you proceed further. Here is the LINK. Continuing from the first part, 11) Removing Packages From The System Using APT-GET : This command will help you to remove the installed packages from the system. However, you should note that it… Read Article →
Welcome to your next tutorial, here we would be discussing about the scope and lifetime of a variable, and how exactly they are similar yet different from each other. We’ll try to understand all this by using an example to understand the concepts in a better way. So, let’s understand each of these : Life… Read Article →
APT abbreviated as Advanced Packaging Tool, is the package management tool used in Debian based distributions to install new applications from repository, removing installed applications, upgrading the system, updating the repository and bunch full of other useful tasks, all that from terminal itself.
When you are trying to make changes in a code, there is a big chance of failure. And if the system is as huge as OpenStack, it becomes really hard to figure the error out. Here comes Rally. Rally makes benchmarking of OpenStack simple and automated. Rally works in three steps: 1. Deployment: Rally is… Read Article →
Everyone of us annoyed by creepy ads everywhere on internet. From mailbox to keep waiting for video in Youtube. But ads not only makes your internet looks ugly but most of them sneak cookie, steal other website data and track your internet activity. Also these ads eats up your precious bandwidth. So here is one… Read Article →
In the previous tutorial, we took a brief overview, of what we’ll be going to discuss in this tutorial series and how to see the rendered XHTML coding of any webpage. You can see the previous tutorial , in this video tutorial, we’ll first understand the difference between XHTML and a Programming Language and know… Read Article →
In this tutorial we will discuss about conditional statements in python. Conditional statements are used to perform different computation based on the Boolean expression which turns out to be true or false . Boolean expression is on which these conditional statement works. Various Conditional statement used are: If Else Else if If condition The general… Read Article →
Beginning Java Programming Some institutes/tutorials start java directly using Netbeans or Eclipse IDE. But this is not the correct way. A better method is to use a basic text editor like Notepad2 or Notepad++ to begin Java. IDE’s provide shortcuts which experienced programmers use. If beginners opt for these methods, they will leave half of… Read Article →