Sometimes we need to restart the web server apache in order to reload the new settings, for example, you added some new host config. But we don’t want that the current requests be lost, and we then don’t want that this reload of settings cause problems for the users.
The Microsoft bought the GitHub for US$ 7,5 Billions, and the internet got wild, you can continue using the GitHub, according to Microsoft, it will keep github as it is.
There are several alternatives as GitLab and the BitBucket, also there are options that are free source/open source that you can install there in your server. The GitLab has a Community version, it is written in Ruby and has a lot of resources, because it has many resources it demands at least a computer with the minimum of 4 GB of memory Ram, to old modests servers we have available the Gogs written in Golang, it is simple but it meets all our basic needs to whom uses the GitHub and it can be installed there in your old computer with 512 MB of memory Ram.
My history with the free software (as in freedom), has long date. I’ve begun to try to use when I was in the college, about 2006, I didn’t begin by encourage of my University, but I began because a friend of college encouraged me. I think that is a mistake courses in the area of technology don’t encourage to use free software, because free software gives more liberty and possibilities for who is learning to program. But coming back to my experience, I’ve tried to begin in one distribution for expert users in Linux, the Slackware, but as soon as I began, I gave up, due the difficult to found drivers to a modem of mine. I also had to compile the majority of the programs for this distribution. My Internet in that time was through a dial up modem 56k and I used only on the weekends because on the weekends was cheaper than Monday to Friday. After that I changed to Kurumin, a Brazilian distribution based on Kinnopix who already had Continue reading…