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This question would possibly be on-topic on TeX Stack Exchange. If you are using Linux, you probably want to use TeX Live. Specifically, two reasonable choices are: 1) Use Debian (or Ubuntu) TeX Live packaging. The Debian TeX Packaging is quite good. It is also, mostly a one man effort, unfortunately, by Norbert Preining. 2) Use upstream TeX Live. Norbert ...


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You can install the texlive-pdftex from any repository. For instance in current Amazon Linux (based on redhat) this appears: $ yum search pdftex Complementos cargados:priorities, update-motd, upgrade-helper 992 packages excluded due to repository priority protections ========================================================================================== ...


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One installs memcached to the compute node or webserver -- that way it can cache queries before they'd have to hit the wire. Your apache instance will be faster if (eg) php can hit a rich cache before going out on networking. It's better to devote spare memory on the db box to the db instance anyway, so that it can use as much mem as possible and buffer ...


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Looks like you need to GRANT access to the database GRANT priva on database.* to user@ip for example GRANT SELECT, INSERT, UPDATE, DELETE on mydb.* to fred@10.10.5.5 You can also add IDENTIFIED BY 'password' if you want to also add a password for the user in the same step. Obviously this is performed on the database on "1st ip address" giving "2dn ip ...



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