Home PC Games Linux Windows Database Network Programming Server Mobile  
  Home \ Database \ Redis is installed in Ubuntu 14.04     - Oracle table space create large files (Database)

- Talking about modern programming language syntax and standard library tightly bound phenomenon (Programming)

- ASP.NET 5 tutorial series (Server)

- Linux upgrade GCC 4.8.1 clear and concise tutorials (Ubuntu 12.04 64-bit version as an example) (Linux)

- Subsequent binary search tree traversal sequence (Programming)

- Fedora10 use Git version Configuration Management (Linux)

- Linux raw socket (Programming)

- Zabbix using Omsa monitor hardware information of Dell server (Server)

- Can not empty the Recycle Bin to repair problems in Ubuntu 14.04 (Linux)

- HBase cluster installation and deployment (Server)

- Linux system security audit tools scan nessus installation tutorial (Linux)

- How to update the Linux kernel to improve system performance (Linux)

- Introduction to Linux system process monitoring tools (Linux)

- CentOS7 virtual machine settings, and bridging problems (Linux)

- Linux basic articles of the boot process (Linux)

- Sudo and Root Account in Ubuntu related (Linux)

- AWK principles and commands and file input (Linux)

- Through Oracle to help restore MySQL data problems (Database)

- Strategy Games Ubuntu installation of Wesnoth 1.12.1 (Linux)

- Use PDFBox processing PDF documents (Linux)

  Redis is installed in Ubuntu 14.04
  Add Date : 2018-11-21      
  Talk about the simple process of installing Redis in Ubuntu 14.04.

1 to redis official website to download the latest stable version: http: //redis.io/ -> Redis 2.8.19 is the latest stable version (or use wget command to download).

2 Create a folder under the user's login my-redis: mkdir my-redis

3 downloaded the file you just created redis move to folder mv redis-x.x.x.tar.gz / home / xxx / my-redis

4 unpack: tar xvfz redis-xx.xx.xx.tar.gz

5 to enter just extract from the document: cd redis-xx.xx.xx

6 compile sudo make, wait for some time ....

7 Install make install

8 test sudo make test Well the question is:

sevencm @ sevencm-cp: ~ / my-redis / redis-2.8.19 $ sudo make test
cd src && make test
make [1]: moving into the directory `/home/sevencm/my-redis/redis-2.8.19/src '
You need tcl 8.5 or newer in order to run the Redis test
make [1]: *** [test] Error 1
make [1]: Leaving directory `/home/sevencm/my-redis/redis-2.8.19/src '
make: *** [test] Error 2

9 tcl version appears to be too low, and had to install a tcl;

10 Open a new terminal - use wget: wget http://downloads.sourceforge.net/tcl/tcl8.6.1-src.tar.gz
11 extract to / usr / local tar xvfz tcl8.6.1-src.tar.gz -C / usr / local

12 cd /usr/local/tcl8.6.1/unix/

13 sudo ./configure

14 sudo make

15 sudo install

16 returns make test terminal, make test execution to wait for some time again, OK
- Linux loopback adapter Driven Design (Programming)
- CentOS 6.5 / 6.6 modify the default SSH port number (Linux)
- CentOS 6.5 three ways to configure the IP address (Linux)
- Java memory area (Programming)
- Single list summarizes the basic operation (Programming)
- Minimum period string problem (Programming)
- Developing a Web server yourself (Server)
- Use PXE with kickstart to install Linux automatically (Linux)
- Java Set and List in the relationship and difference (Programming)
- shell-like program (Programming)
- Linux System Getting Started Learning: Join cron job in Linux (Linux)
- ntop monitoring software configuration and installation (Linux)
- How to install Perl modules from CPAN (Linux)
- Hunk / Hadoop: Performance Best Practices (Server)
- JIRA 3.6.2 Upgrade from older version to the new version 6.0.8 (Linux)
- Four levels to deal with Linux server attacks (Linux)
- C ++ 11 smart pointers (Programming)
- The Linux C truncate function clears the file notes (Programming)
- Oracle Linux 5.9 configuration Xmanager (Linux)
- How to set IonCube Loaders in Ubuntu (Linux)
  CopyRight 2002-2022 newfreesoft.com, All Rights Reserved.