Setup Linux Ubuntu For Web Development

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In this video I will show you how I setup my Linux Ubuntu machine for web development. It includes installation for…

LAMP Stack

*One important thing I forgot was MongoDB


  1. I want to use emacs for Web Development but i am new to ubuntu, could please make a video on it ? or at least share your idea?The only reason why i use Emacs is that i heard it is better to big projects as i hope to make a big thing…
    I will be glad to hear your opinion

  2. I'm a total novice to web development (been partial to Java tbh), but I did enjoy a php class I took. The Bluefish text editor has been a really awesome tool for me. I wonder why nobody ever mentions it. It's in the repos…

  3. i just installed ubuntu, never used this OS before, im liking it so far, but where can i make a sandbox folder where i can do some scratch up with web dev, i used to have it in user/myUsername/sandox

    is it safe to do it in the same place here in ubuntu?

  4. Oh…I thought the forgot thing was that you just forgot to put it in the list. the MongoDB was what I was waiting for. But you have a movie that is a couple of years old. Maybe that still works…lets find out.

  5. How to install Google Chrome on Ubuntu 64 bit via terminal:

    sudo apt-get install libpango1.0-0 libpangox-1.0-0 libappindicator1 libindicator7
    sudo add-apt-repository 'deb [arch=amd64] stable main'
    wget -q -O – | sudo apt-key add –
    sudo apt-get update
    sudo apt-get install google-chrome-stable

    Then, we can upgrade Google Chrome when a new version is available:
    sudo apt-get upgrade google-chrome-stable

  6. Q: I had Linux Mint 17.3 set up so that Emacs key-bindings worked throughout the desktop. I upgraded to 18.1 and now can't remember how/where I got the instructions. Can anyone help?

    Your videos are helping me overcome my procrastination. Thank you much.

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