If you encounter some problems with your MongoDB server and trying to reinstall it or just want to uninstall it, the following will cover how to purge Mongo completely (including dependencies, configuration file, logs and database storage) on Debian/Ubuntu-based Linux distros (e.g. Linux Mint, Pop!_OS, Elementary OS).
MongoDB is one of the most popular NoSQL databases around. In this tutorial we'll be covering how to install the latest version of MongoDB Community Server from its official repository, and the following steps work for Ubuntu 20.04 LTS (Focal), 18.04 LTS (Bionic) and 16.04 LTS (Xenial).
This guide will cover how to completely uninstall Nginx web server (including its dependencies, modules, configuration files and logs) on Debian/Ubuntu-based Linux distros (e.g. Linux Mint, Pop!_OS, Elementary OS). It's useful when you're trying to reinstall a clean Nginx server.
If you encountered the error Failed to import module 'scour'. while saving a file as optimized SVG in Inkscape, it means you're missing the scour package on your system. And here is a quick fix for Arch-based (Manjaro, EndeavourOS) and Debian/Ubuntu-based (e.g. Linux Mint, Pop!_OS, Elementary OS) Linux distros.
If you encounter some technical problems with a package on Linux, the first thing you do is probably try to reinstall it. But the configuration still there after the package being removed, so everything goes right back to the start after reinstalling it. That's why this guide will cover how to completely purge MySQL.
MySQL is probably the most-used relational database in the world despite the fierce competition between SQL databases (e.g. PostgreSQL, MariaDB). This tutorial will cover how to set up MySQL on Debian/Ubuntu based Linux distros in CLI, so all the steps could be done through SSH without the need of graphical interface.
The Nginx installed from package manager (apt) is usually pretty outdated. Currently v1.20.2 is the stable version of Nginx and Ubuntu LTS 20.04 (Focal) comes with version v1.18.0. Although bleeding edge is never the goal of Debian/Ubuntu release schedule, there is still some ways to obtain the latest version of Ngnix.
To turn off automatic system upgrade and package lists update on your Debian/Ubuntu based Linux distros is quite easy. And we'll be covering editing apt configuration through both CLI (Command-Line Interface) and GUI (Graphical User Interface) so it can be done by ssh or desktop.