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How to backup MySQL Server to Google Drive using Iperius Backup

How to backup MySQL Server to Google Drive using Iperius Backup

Iperius Backup is a powerful, rich features backup software for Windows. It supports many backup types and backup destinations. We can easily backup files, folder, Windows drive image to local, network or even Cloud storage services. This tutorial will show you how to backup MySQL Server to Google Drive cloud service. Iperius Backup supports several […]

September 15, 2017 | By | Reply More
Install Remix OS to USB Flash Disk

Install Remix OS to USB Flash Disk

Remix OS is a new phenomenon in computing. This Android based Operating System can be run on a PC smoothly and its so gorgeous. Remix OS can be installed to Hard Drive and also USB Flash Disk. The dual boot mode can be installed from Windows OS only. So, as an alternative we can use USB […]

November 11, 2016 | By | Reply More
How to Create Panorama Photo on Ubuntu 16.04

How to Create Panorama Photo on Ubuntu 16.04

There are many ways to show off your photos to the world. Nowadays, 360 photo view and Panorama photo become more popular. And with current technology, we can easily create panorama photo. Android or iOS smartphone, DSLR cameras can take multiple photos with some overlaps on each photos and then convert them into a single panorama photo. […]

October 9, 2016 | By | Reply More
Gambas 3 Tutorial – Create a new project

Gambas 3 Tutorial – Create a new project

On this tutorial, I will show you how to get started with Gambas 3. Gambas is an IDE for Linux which can be used to build your own program/software with Basic like language. Its pretty easy to learn especially if you are familiar with Visual Basic in Windows. I am using Elementary OS Loki on […]

October 4, 2016 | By | Reply More
How to install MySQL Server on Debian 8.5

How to install MySQL Server on Debian 8.5

This quick Debian tutorial will show you how to install MySQL Server on Debian 8.5. Its pretty easy to install MySQL on Debian and all its derivatives. On this example, I am installing MySQL server on a headless Debian. So, I don’t have any desktop GUI on my Debian. So, Terminal console is the one […]

June 30, 2016 | By | Reply More