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How To MongoDB Parrot

How to Install MongoDB on Parrot/Debian 10

In this blog post, I’m going to show you how to install the community version of MongoDB on a Debian 10 operating system such as Parrot.

1. Check your version of Parrot

Run the following command in your terminal to check the version of Parrot you’re using.

lsb_release -d

As you can see, I’m running version 4.10 which is a Debian 10 derivative.

2. Import the public key used by the package management system

From a terminal, issue the following command to import the MongoDB public GPG Key

wget -qO - https://www.mongodb.org/static/pgp/server-4.4.asc | sudo apt-key add -

3. Create a mongodb-org list file for MongoDB

Create the list file using the following command:

echo "deb http://repo.mongodb.org/apt/debian buster/mongodb-org/4.4 main" | sudo tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/mongodb-org-4.4.list

4. Reload local package database.

Issue the following command to reload the local package database:

sudo apt-get update

5. Install the MongoDB packages

To install the latest stable version of MongoDB, run this command:

sudo apt-get install -y mongodb-org

6. Start MongoDB

Run this command to start mongod:

sudo service mongod start

7. Verify that MongoDB has started successfully

Verify that the mongod process has started successfully by running:

sudo service mongod status

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Outreachy

Everybody Struggles…

What my major task entailed

Hello, there. It’s your fav Audrey again 🙂

To begin, for my Outreachy internship, I chose the Apache Fineract-CN project which is built using the Java language and the Spring Framework. This project was intriguing to me, hence I was prompted to work on it based on the following reasons:

  • The project is written in the Java Language, and I wanted to expand my knowledge of Java
  • I wanted to take part in a projected which affected my community/environment the most directly.

The tasks I had to carry out involved me having to update and upgrade the entire project which was made up of a total of 35 microservices, given that I worked on a cloud-native application…

Updating/Upgrading the project means I had to:

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Outreachy

Outreachy Experience

Who I am

Hello, I am called Audrey Ndum. I’m a lady at 21, and I love to code!

I am a Software Developer with a bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering. I love programming because it helps bring very abstract concepts to life. I’ve used a few languages so far in my career such as Java, Javascript, Python, Ruby, and Php.