Tag: ubuntu

  • How to create an Applications menu icon for AppImages in Ubuntu

    AppImages are like portable exes in Windows. They don’t need to be installed and can be run by just double-clicking. This is good because you don’t need to install anything, but sometimes it doesn’t create a “desktop” icon, so finding it from the menu can be difficult. You need to launch the application from the […]

  • Upgrade PHP7.2 to PHP7.4 on Ubuntu running NGINX

    Upgrading PHP versions isn’t exactly an upgrade in the sense that you will end up with both PHP versions installed. Installing PHP7.4 won’t remove 7.2, you will have both and then you can configure your server to use 7.4. First, you’ll need to install PHP7.4 and all the related packages that you used in 7.2. […]