How to Install Hyperledger Fabric 2.0 in Ubuntu 18.04

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Hyperledger Fabric is a consortium blockchain system. It’s performance is relatively good and its modular architecture enables it to be usable in many scenarios. Hyperledger Fabric itself has rich documents and samples of test networks. For beginners, deploying a new network for trying and testing still consumes quite some time. In this post, we will
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Where is MySQL / MariaDB storage location by default on CentOS 7?

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Where is MySQL / MariaDB storage location by default on CentOS 7? No special configuration to the MariaDB from official repository of CentOS. On CentOS 7 Linux it is usually by default /var/lib/mysql But here I give you another “hacky” way to find it out. The method is to find out the mysql daemon mysqld’
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How to install PARSEC correctly.

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PARSEC is the most important CPU-bound benchmark for systems. It is huge and hard to install because it needs lots of 3-part libs. PARSEC download link for 3.0 version: http://parsec.cs.princeton.edu/download.htm#parsec I remembered I added the answer yesterday night but I could not see the answer currently. Anyway, let me add the answer again after I
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How to get a free Web server SSL/TLS certificates for my websites?

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Can I get a non-self-assigned and free Web server SSL/TLS certificates for my https websites? Asking the users to accept the self-assigned SSL certificates for my websites is not very convenient. Please check https://letsencrypt.org/ . PS: StartSSL used to provide 1 year free SSL. But StartCom CA is closed since Jan. 1st, 2018.

Decrypting a Password Protected RSA Private Key

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I got a password protected RSA private key with headers like (I have the password): —–BEGIN RSA PRIVATE KEY—– Proc-Type: 4,ENCRYPTED DEK-Info: AES-256-CBC,… How to decrypt a password protected RSA private key? You can use the openssl command to decrypt the key: openssl rsa -in /path/to/encrypted/key -out /paht/to/decrypted/key For example, if you have a encrypted
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How to make Chrome on iPhone (iOS) accept self assigned ssl keys fir websites?

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This tutorial introduces how to make Chrome accept self assigned ssl keys for websites: https://www.systutorials.com/50204/making-chrome-accept-self-signed-certificates-on-linux/ However, on iPhone, Chrome blocks me from access sites with self assigned keys. How to make Chrome on iPhone also accept the ssl keys? At the time when I wrote this reply, there is no way to add Certificate Authorities
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NET Core 2.1 Release: Feature To Expect in 2018

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What surprises are awaiting the tech world with .NET Core 2.1 Release in 2018? Technology is one of the most dynamic spheres these days. Every single year you will find a new version of an existing software and .NET Core is not an exception. The intentions of these upgradation is to make online activities seamless,
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Additional Repositories for CentOS Linux

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CentOS is a super solid Linux distro. However, its default repository’s packages are limited compared to Fedora. Even Fedora needs some additional repositories to have software packages for daily usage, such as MPlayer, ffmpeg. Fortunately, some community maintained repositories provides these software. In this post, we introduce theses additional common repositories and how to install
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Hadoop Installation Tutorial (Hadoop 2.x)

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Hadoop 2 or YARN is the new version of Hadoop. It adds the yarn resource manager in addition to the HDFS and MapReduce components. Hadoop MapReduce is a programming model and software framework for writing applications, which is an open-source variant of MapReduce designed and implemented by Google initially for processing and generating large data
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How to Send Email Using mailx/s-nail in Linux Through Internal SMTP

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How to Send Email from mailx Command in Linux Using Gmail’s SMTP introduces how to send email using heirloom mailx (or s-nail if you are using Ubuntu 18 or later or similar releases) command in Linux through Gmail’s SMTP which requires some configuration. On the other hand, there are many environments that do not require
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Additional Repositories for Fedora Linux

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Fedora’s repositories provide most of the software packages needed when using Linux. However, for various consideration, they do not provide some packages, such as MPlayer, ffmpeg. Fortunately, some community maintained repository provides these software. And they may also package propriety software, such as ATI fglrx dive, NVIDIA driver, into rpm packages. In this post, we
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Speeding Up Firefox in Linux

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Firefox can be much faster on Linux! Let’s speed up Firefox on Linux system. Part 1 and 2 only config firefox, so it can also be used on other platform such as Windows. 1. Pipe-lining network connection Most of us use a broad band width network, then why not pip line the connection from Firefox?
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Sending Email Using mailx/s-nail in Linux Through Gmail SMTP

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The heirloom mailx (or s-nail if you are using Ubuntu 18 or later or similar releases) command in Linux is still providing service for guys like me, especially when we need to send email automatically by script. Gmail is great. Now, how to use gmail’s smtp in mailx/mail? gmail is a little special since gmail’s
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lftp Disable SSL

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lftp some times stalls with message “Making data connection” when “ls” the directory after logged in the ftp site. The message may appear like this: < — 227 Entering Passive Mode (xx,xx,xx,xx,xx,xx) —- Connecting data socket to (yy,yy,yy,yy) port zz `ls’ at 0 [Making data connection…] But some client such as filezilla may works on
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