Bugzilla Setup with Apache / Nginx and Mysql

# How to install Bugzilla on Ubuntu / Debian


Ubuntu/Debian is already installed and configured on machine.


Bugzilla Home Page

Here are the main steps:

Install Perl(5.8.1 or above)
Install MySQL
Install Web-server Apache2/Nginx
Install Bugzilla 4.X
Install Perl modules
Bugzilla using Apache2 and Nginx

1. Perl
Verify if Perl is installed:

$ perl -v

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Recover Unallocated / Missing Space on External USB Drive Using Windows Diskpart

# First run diskpart as administrator ( search diskpart and run as administrator ) Execute the following commands at the command prompt one-by-one


Running Diskpart as Administrator

1. list disk

This command will list all the hard disks attached with your computer including the removable drive. The Disk 1 reflects the USB drive generally.

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How to Configure Nginx Server from scratch on Ubuntu


Nginx is a opensource High Performance HTTP web server and Reverse proxy server which is installed between the network and the application to offload concurrency processing, URL switching, HTTP load-balancing, SSL termination, caching, and security policies.

Step 1: Install Nginx on Ubuntu

# updating apt package
sudo apt-get update

#install nginx
sudo apt-get install nginx

#start nginx
sudo service nginx start

#update the system init script 
#which start/stop service as daemons
sudo update-rc.d nginx defaults

If all goes well , Try http://your.server.ip/ you will see a page like shown below

Nginx welcome page

Nginx welcome page

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