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Vinil Chandran

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Patch Management in RHEL-6 using YUM (httpd based)
Greetings Friends, Two weeks back me and my friends had a discussion on Linux Patching. We were talking on Satellite Server where we can pull the update from Redhat and then we can deploy to the clients. My friends were l...
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Sunitha Palanna

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Anyone interested in reviewing “Nginx Module Extension”
(http://www.packtpub.com/nginx-module-extension/book)?

I need your feedback! I'll be happy to provide a free eBook copy to anyone interested in writing a review for this book specifically on their Blog/Website, Amazon and Goodreads website within 1-2 weeks after receiving the eBook copy.

If interested, just do the following:

1. Please leave a comment/request message with your email address here for an e-copy within a week.

2. State in your request your choice of website for posting your book-review (can be your blog/Amazon.com/Dzone.com/Goodreads.com/Slashdot.org) It should be minimum of two websites.

I shall get back to you as quickly as I can.

P.S: Limited copies available

For more information about the book, you may visit the book page- http://www.packtpub.com/nginx-module-extension/book
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Ryan Owens

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+Rob Kennedy  Can we talk about the site?  Users are unable to change signatures and I don't have access to the spam fighter again. 
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Configure NFS Client-Server Setup step by step..

 NFS (Network File System) is used to sharing the files and folders between linux to unix and unix to linux machines..

NFS Port Number       :    2049
Service Name            :    nfs
Packages                  :    nfs-utils & nfs-utils-lib

More Details...  http://goo.gl/1u2pUO
                                            NFS (NETWORK FILE SYSTEM)                      NFS (Network File System) is used to sharing the files and folders between linux to unix and unix to linux machines,NFS was  dev...
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Techglimpse.com

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A couple of ways you can find to access a shell (command line) remotely on most Linux/Unix systems. You need a more sophisticated program than telnet to connect to a remote host, ie., SSH

Allowing remote login through SSH is good for administrative purposes, but can pose a threat to your server’s security. Often the target of brute force attacks, SSH access needs to be limited properly to prevent third parties gaining access to your server. Here we shall see how to secure SSH :

http://techglimpse.com/linux-enable-security-features-ssh/
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Ryan Owens

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Does anyone know how to get the cpufrequency indicator applet to work with kernel 3.12.2?  To use it with the 3.12.0 kernel I added
intel_pstate=disable

But with the 3.12.2 kernel I lost conservative and one other setting I never used.  If I remove the intel_pstate=disable then I cannot set the freqency, just either Performance or Powersave. 

Anyone know what kernel setting changes this?

Thanks..
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+linuxpusher2 Yes and no.  The cpufreq indicator no longer works but I can set the frequency via the terminal.  I will be making a replacement applet myself. 
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Ryan Owens

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I want this and this only so bad right now for my Kubuntu 13.10 system.
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Ryan Owens

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What do you use?

#amarok  
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Increase network performance in linux by tuning TCP options..
http://slashroot.in/linux-network-tcp-performance-tuning-sysctl
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Ryan Owens

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+Rob Kennedy  Seriously, I need more permissions.  I cannot do my job.
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Vinil Chandran

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How to remove stale SCSI-device (SCSI/SAN/iSCSI) without rebooting linux
http://vinzlinux.blogspot.in/2014/03/how-to-remove-stale-scsi-device.html
Hey Guys, Hope you are doing well, I hope everyone has gone through my last post on “How to add a SCSI disk to Linux (RHEL 6) without reboot (Online)”. I have received some requests and feedback to write a new topic on...
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Ryan Owens

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YUM Configuration in Linux RHEL/CentOS

YUM(Yellowdog Update Modifier) is a default package management tool in Redhat/ CentOS.By using yum tool we can install,upgrade,remove the packages and also we can see the information about packages.

Syntax : # yum <option> <pkg-name>

See More Details ...http://goo.gl/I7aAAq
                            YUM (YELLOW DOG UPDATE MODIFIER)                                                                                                                      YUM(Yellowdog Update Modifier) is a defa...
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Tirdad Parsa

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Hi, I have a problem. Could you help me? I'm new to Linux. Installed Ubuntu &hated it. Now I have Fedora, & I am OK with it. I am learning Linux. Now the problem is: I don't know what distribution is the one for me. When I read about Debian I like it, but I have no experience with it. For more information, I am an old user, started with DOS in 1993, and loved it, switched on Win95 in 1995, & ever since had been a Windows user while missing command line. I know visual basic & will soon start learning C++. I am not a shallow user and will not stop at the GUI. Thank you for your help.
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+Svein Engelsgjerd thank you. I am trying some distros. Installed Ubuntu and hated it, installed Mint and didn't like it at all & .... I have understood that I have problem with distros which are based on other distros, like the two named clowns and I am going to need an independent distro. I had a love-at-first-sight with Debian too. Just have not installed yet (saved it for the last) and know nothing of; just my instinct.
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Sarath Pillai

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As long as I maintain my firewall! LOL
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Review of Tails OS.
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its all about privacy & encription ... who need that , dont need google at all ... 
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Christopher S.

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Knoppix Overview.
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Great trouble shooter Knoppix.
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Well,  staff member at linux.org and I didn't even know there was a G+ Community!!!
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Been here for a while if I remember correctly
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Trisquel 6.0 Review.
http://youtu.be/IkqCC_ONnxg
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