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Centos 6/RHEL install/use OpenSSL
Base64 encoding is a standard method for converting 8 bit binary information into a limited subset of ASCII characters for safe transport through e-mail systems and systems that are not 8-bit safe. It is straightforward to encode BAse64 data with OpenSSL. $...

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Centos 6/RHEL install Magento s

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Centos 6/RHEL directories and usage.
The Linux directory tree starts at "\", with all other directories below it. Each directory has a specific use and contains the necessary sub files and folders to facilitate this. Centos 6 directories /bin Contains small executable programs
(binaries) which...

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Centos 6/RHEL partitions and directory tree
It can get confusing when manually making partitions and mount points as to what should be assigned to where, but it is fairly straightforward to do. Below is an illustration of a typical directory tree for a Linux system. Linux Directory Tree  It does not ...

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Centos 6/RHEL install google-chrome-stable
Support for Google Chrome has been discontinued for Centos 6 recently, but Richard Lloyd has written a script which fetch's the required dependencies and installs it. If you do not wish to read the entire post you can follow the guide below to install it. F...

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Centos 6/RHEL update system with Yum
Updating your system and installing packages is fairly straightforward using the Yum package manager a tool developed by Seth Vidal , who sadly died in a hit and run accident, and you will be required to access the server with full root privileges in order ...

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Centos 6/RHEL cleaning Yum cache
It is recommended to regularly clean the cache of YUM to ensure that the working cache remains current. Yum will create a cache that consists of metadata and packages. These files are very useful, but over time they will accumulate in size to such an extent...

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Centos 6/RHEL file permissions
File permissions are an essential component of a Linux system and are used to implement security measures on a Server or Desktop system. For any file or folder there are three types of access, or permission. read (from the file) write (to the file) execute ...

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Centos 6/RHEL install Hadoop Multi Node Server
of Hadoop on your Centos 6/RHEL box is now a lot simpler since rpm
versions have been made available but you nonetheless need to have installed the JDK prior to doing so. Change the JAVA_HOME path to /usr/java/default and you can install Hado...

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Centos 6/RHEL install Lamp using Centos Live CD
There can be occasions when you need to use the Centos Live CD if you are away from your usual PC. You may carry about a laptop or you may simply need to use a machine which has neither Linux nor a web server installed on it. You can set up a test Lamp serv...
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