How to Install Wiki.js – NodeJS based Wiki Software on Debian 9

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How to Install Wiki.js – NodeJS based Wiki Software on Debian 9
Wiki.js is an open source, modern and powerful wiki app based on Node.js, Git, and Markdown. Wiki.js runs on the flamingly fast Node.js engine and is optimized to conserve CPU resources.

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C Programming Tutorial Part 9 – Variable Scopes

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C Programming Tutorial Part 9 – Variable Scopes
If you are following our C programming tutorial series, you should be aware of the concept of variables. While we’ve discussed the basics of variables, there’s another important aspect related to variables that we’ll be discussing here: scope of variables.

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Install and Configure an OpenVPN on Debian 9 In 5 Minutes

Install and Configure an OpenVPN on Debian 9 In 5 Minutes

I am a new Debian Linux version 9 server user. How do I setup an OpenVPN Server on Debian Linux version 9.x or 8.x server to shield my browsing activity from bad guys on public Wi-Fi, and more? How can I Setup a VPN with OpenVPN on Debian 9 Stretch Linux server hosted at AWS cloud?

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Linux C Programming Tutorial Part 8 – Call by Value Vs Call by Pointer/Address

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Linux C Programming Tutorial Part 8 – Call by Value Vs Call by Pointer/Address
In C language, you can call a function in a couple of ways: call by value and call by pointer or address. Let’s discuss both these concepts with some easy to understand examples.

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How to Install Bolt CMS on CentOS 7

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How to Install Bolt CMS on CentOS 7
Bolt is a sophisticated, lightweight and simple CMS built with PHP. In this tutorial, we will go through the Bolt CMS installation on CentOS 7 system by using Nginx as a web server, MariaDB as a database server, and optionally you can secure transport layer by using acme.sh client and Let’s Encrypt certificate authority to add SSL support.

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Linux bash exit status and how to set exit status in bash

Linux bash exit status and how to set exit status in bash

Can you explain bash exit status code? How do I set bash exit status in my Linux shell scripts?

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ANZAC Day – Nurses of the Great War

ANZAC Day – Nurses of the Great War

ANZAC Day is a big deal to Australians and New
Zealanders.

With a different meaning to so many, it’s usually
regarded as an unnecessary and sad loss of life in a British Empire backed
bloodbath, or it’s the most memorable of losing military conflicts that defined
both countries and shaped their futures.

Remembrance celebrations for the ill-fated campaign at Gallipoli began exactly a year after the event on April 25th 1916 and there have been services every single year since in Australia, New Zealand and anywhere on the planet where Aussies and Kiwis live, serve their country, work or travel.

Anzac Day is important to Australians and New Zealanders

Invocations of what has become the ANZAC Legend generally
only include soldiers experiences, but for the more than 4,000 Australian and
New Zealand nurses who volunteered for active service during World War 1, their
story is rarely heard. This was the first time in the two countries histories
that women worked alongside men as equals – and their work was equally
extraordinary and heroic.

Women of this era had only just recently been given the
right to vote but were still, more often than not, confined to housekeeping so
even signing up for active service was an extremely courageous and bold move
for these amazing and inspiring women.

These ANZAC nurses cared for thousands of casualties in
hospitals all over Europe during the conflict from makeshift facilities on
transport ships, remote islands, in churches and underground to proper
hospitals in the UK and Western Europe. Always at risk of attack from the Axis
of Evil the conditions were often gruelling with sadly depleted medical
supplies, lack of fresh running water, rudimentary equipment and an endless
stream of sick and wounded soldiers from all of the allied countries. They performed
their duties with the utmost respect, courage and tenacity and indeed,
thousands would’ve died if not for the ANZAC nurses. The hospital on Lemnos
during the Gallipoli Campaign itself records 7400 patients of which only 143
died, a testament to the will and skill of these incredible ANZACS.

Upon their return to their homes in Australia and New
Zealand many nurses of World War 1 received little to no financial benefits,
little to no recognition and most shockingly, were seemingly omitted from
yearly ANZAC
Day Commemorations. Many soldiers however, remembered, and the
contributions the nurses (and other women) made to the war effort for the
ANZACS is thankfully, now also remembered each year as well as the service
given by all women in the Great War and in every subsequent conflict where
ANZACS have been present.

LEST WE FORGET!

To find out more about ANZAC Day and to get further
information regarding the Gallipoli Dawn Service
please have a look at the Gallipoli information and links on the
www.anzacdaygallipoli.com website.

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La Tomatina – The World’s Messiest Food Fight…

La Tomatina – The World’s Messiest Food Fight…

La Tomatina always takes place on the last
Wednesday of August in the sleepy village of Bunol some 40kms west of Spain’s
third largest city, Valencia.

This is an EPIC food fight of proportions
you just won’t believe, with seven trucks dumping over 200,000 pounds worth of
ripe tomatoes into the streets for a food war that has to be experienced to be
believed.

Here we cover our top tips for surviving intact, getting the most out of your tomato battle day, and enjoying the festival to its fullest potential.

La Tomatina tomato throwing tours
  • Photography – If you do plan on bringing a camera you need to adhere to a few of the councils guidelines. No tripods, no selfie-sticks and no massive cameras will be permitted in without first gaining permission from the Bunol Council. With phones and smaller cameras for picture and video purposes make sure they are either waterproof, or are in a waterproof container. Even something as ordinary as a plastic sandwich bag can ensure your device is not totally wrecked at the end of the tomato battle.
  • Accommodation – If you are planning on staying in Bunol itself options are very limited so it is best to book well in advance. Most revellers stay in nearby Valencia where there are thousands of accommodation options and plenty more sights and activities to see and get involved with.
  • Clothing/Protection – If you plan on getting into the thick of the action then the clothes that you wear for the tomato fight will be destroyed, you will throw them away, that’s for certain. Make sure you take a change of clothing with you to Bunol and keep in mind that there are no changing rooms so it’s behind a car, rubbish bin or building that you’ll be doing a quick change. Goggles can be a good idea for keeping tomato juice (acid) out of the eyes although you are forever cleaning them. A peaked baseball cap is the best bet in our opinion for protection of the face and eyes. Loose fitting clothing and footwear should be avoided.
  • Tickets – Again, you must get these well in advance through a company such as La Tomatina Tours as they do sell out and there is a 20,000 maximum allocation.
  • Times – The first actual event on the day of La Tomatina is the “Palo-Jabón” where a giant pole is covered with soap/grease and people attempt to climb the pole to reach a hanging slab of ham at the top. Often hilarious to watch. This starts from about 8am in the morning with the tomato fight kicking off around 11am. Please note there are NO EXACT starting times for either of the events. The tomato fight lasts only an hour and a half at most.
  • The Tomatoes – You must crush the tomato in your hand before throwing them as they can do serious damage to someone’s eye otherwise. Do not under any circumstances rip peoples clothing, throw projectiles other than tomatoes, or argue with officials as those are the easiest paths to ejection from the event.
  • After – The best way to clean yourself after the event is to head down to the local river (all roads downhill lead to the river) where the council has erected twenty or so temporary showers. You can also find temporary showers at the train station although these are usually far more crowded. If the showers are full you can always just jump in the river.
  • More – Most importantly enjoy yourself and have fun, respect other revellers and give assistance where required to anyone in any pain or difficulty. La Tomatina is an event for all experience and to enjoy, not just for your enjoyment.
La Tomatina tomato throwing photos and details

Well there we have it, an abridged survival
guide that’ll certainly get you through the day, but like all events we cover there are
plenty of websites out there who provide detailed information on the event with
the highly recommended La Tomatina Tours among the best to check-out for
full La Tomatina event disclosure, day trips and
hotel tour options.

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