varnish remove from ubuntu 18.04

uninstall or removes an installed varnish package itself from Ubuntu remove varnish and it’s dependent packages which are no longer needed use with purge options to varnish package all the configuration and dependent packages will be removed purge options along with auto remove, will be removed everything regarding the package

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Add promo video to your google play store listing

You can add a promotional video to your store listing by entering a YouTube URL in the “Promo video” field. A promo video isn’t required, but it’s highly recommended as a fun, engaging way to show features of your app to potential users. Need to know Here are the most important things to keep in […]

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when featured image display in google play store listing

To publish an app and have it be featured anywhere on Google Play, a feature graphic is required. Your feature graphic is a powerful tool to show off your creative assets and attract new users. Important: To display a feature graphic on your app’s store listing, you also need to add a promo video. Requirements […]

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SSL For Free | Free SSL Certificates & Free Wildcard SSL Certificates in Minutes

How It Works Let’s Encrypt is the first free and open CAWe generate certificates using their ACME server by using domain validation. Private Keys are generated in your browser and never transmitted.For browsers which support Web Cryptography (all modern browsers) we generate a private key in your browser using the Web Cryptography API and the private key […]

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how to map ip address to domain name in ubuntu

Setting your hostname: You’ll want to edit /etc/hostname with your new hostname. Then, run sudo hostname $(cat /etc/hostname). Setting your domain: Then, in /etc/resolvconf/resolv.conf.d/head, you’ll add then line domain your.domain.name (not your FQDN, just the domainname). Then, run sudo resolvconf -u to update your /etc/resolv.conf (alternatively, just reproduce the previous change into your /etc/resolv.conf). Both: Finally, update your /etc/hosts file. There should be at least one line starting […]

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Facebook New Feature FACE RECOGNITION

Please review the face recognition setting Your face recognition setting is off. We want to let you know what face recognition is and how we use it, and then you can decide whether to turn it on or keep it off.How we use face recognition If you turn this setting on, we’ll create your face […]

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connection timeout ubuntu apache2 | apache configuration

Make a copy of the default Apache Configuration file Edit the Configuration file Changing the KeepAlive directives Scroll down on the page until you see the below directives: KeepAlive On: When set to ‘On’ Apache will allow persistent connections. This means more than one connection will be allowed per request. You should set this value to […]

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How to stop DDOS attacks

Limiting the ammount of concurrent connections from the same IP address to your Server. Identifying the offending IP. And kill the Ongoing TCP Connections with TCPKILL. Or use Cutter to kill the connections on any port/Network interface. Drop it With Iptables. Make the DROP Persistant after a reboot. (iptables save and restore) Basic Iptables-save trouble […]

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SSL Certificates for Subdomains | WildCard SSL Certificates

What is Wildcard SSL Certificate? The best way to secure and protect sub-domains can be accomplished through the use of a Wildcard SSL Certificate. These certificates offer convenience and affordability by use of a public key certificate which can be used with multiple sub-domains of a domain. Therefore, instead of purchasing and administering several separate […]

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