Category: Tutorials

Install NVM on Ubuntu 18.04

nvm or “Node.js Version Manager” works at the level of an independent directory within your home directory. This means that you can install multiple self-contained versions of Node.js without affecting the whole system. Run the script with bash: To gain access to the nvm functionality, you’ll need to either log out and log back in again or source […]

Install python3 and pip3 on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS (Bionic Beaver)

Python 3 is most popular and stable python version, as we know python already depreciated python 2.6 in Jan’ 2020. so always install upto date version, mainly many beginner or ametuares developer unexpectedly download python2 instead of python3. Install python3 Install pip3 “pip” is a python based package manager to download python library You should […]

Install Latest Docker and Docker-compose on Ubuntu 18.04

docker cli is used when managing individual containers on a docker engine. It is the client command line to access the docker daemon api. docker-compose cli can be mainly to orchestrate a multi-container application. It also moves many of the options you would enter on the docker run cli into the docker-compose.yml file for easier reuse. It works as a front […]

Install Jenkins on ubuntu 18.04

Jenkins is an open-source devops tools for server/cloud that Mainly automates the tasks involved in Continuous Integration as well as Continuous delivery by integrating several plugins and other devops tools like terraform, ansible, sonar, bitbucket, maven, docker, k8 etc. Step 1 — Install JRE / JDK We need JRE/JDK in order to compile and run some […]