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Redhat is widely used Operating System in the Enterprises. This playlist is for the Linux Admins who are looking for real time scenrios on how/when/why to perform changes on the operating systems. These are basics, but should be good for beginners to learn the Redhat Linux.

Leave you feedback (good/bad/improvements) on my youutube chaneel. Depending feedback I can plan to give couple of free sessions on Redhat.

- AWS/VMWare: Fixing Dirty COW on RHEL and CentOS 6.x and 7.x
- Centralized Log Management Server using rsyslog on RHEL CentOS 7
- AWS Cloud | Tips and Tricks | Migrating Legacy MySQL DB and Apps to AWS Cloud
- SUDO Replay : System Admins must know
- GNU Screen : Handy Utility for System Admins and DevOps Engineers
- Performing Storage Migration in RHEL or CentOS
- RHEL,CentOS 7 Installing and Configuring iSCSI Initiator
- VMware VM | How to install Redhat Enterprise Linux 7 | Installation Guide
- NTP Client Configuration on RHEL,CentOS 7 Chrony vs NTP
- Performing Operating System Patching and Upgrade on RHEL 6 and 7
- How to monitor user activity , performing process accounting on RHEL/CentOS 7 ?
- Changing Network Naming Schemes on RHEL CentOS 7 Traditional Naming eth0 etc
- Expanding XFS Filesystem online on RHEL CentOS 7
- Configuring LOCAL YUM repo on CentOS or RHEL 7
- Encrypting and Decrypting Data on Linux
- Changing Hostname on RHEL or CentOS 7
- AWS Cloud | EC2 Web Service | Configure file based swap on RHEL/CentOS Instances
- AWS Cloud | EC2 Web Service | Assigning Static Hostname to RHEL/CentOS 7 Instance
- DevOps - Basic Linux System Administration thoseApplication Teams should know
- Find your Public IP using CLI on Linux
- Oracle Virtualbox | How to install Redhat Enterprise Linux 7 | Installation Guide
- NMAP - must know tool for System and Network Enginners
- DevOps | Automation | Apply CIS Security BenchMarking for RHEL or CentOS 6
- Handling Leap Second on RHEL or CentOS
- AWS Cloud | EC2 Web Service | Enabling X11 forwarding and running X-Applications on LINUX
- DevOps |Linux | Install ZFS and Perform Basic Administration on RHEL/CentOS 7
- DevOps | Automation | Perform Password Hashing ? and use it with Ansible
- DevOPS : Python PIP with Examples for Beginners
- Configuring Kernel Based Virtual Machine (KVM) on RHEL or CentOS 7
- Git Basics in 20 Mins
- DevOps | Automation | Operating System Patching for Multiple Linux Servers using Ansible
- Reset the root password of System running RHEL/CentOS 7
- DevOps | Automation | Performing User Management using Ansible
- KVM Virtual Machines | Performing File System Repair for KVM Disk/Qemu Images
- AWS Cloud | Iperf | Performing AWS EC2 Network Bandwidth Measurements
- DevOps | FUSE | SSHFS | Working with Remote Files over SSH
- DevOps | Docker | Customize the docker Networking
- AWS Cloud | EC2 Web Service | Configure and Enable ENA support for Enhanced Networking on RHEL 6/7
- AWS Cloud | Instance Store | Shell Script to Detect Ephemeral Disks
- VMWare Virtual Machines | Open VM Tools Installation and Configuration
- VirtualBox | Installation | VM creation using CLI

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8XHlowCiLaM&list=PLLsor6GJ_BEGu4QhY-ASA6b11guiO7XrM&index=1


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Fix #error#curl: (6) Could not resolve #host: www.google.com; Unknown error https://youtu.be/HRvL-L1Ny7k #ipv6 #dns #linux #dhclient

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Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM) is a virtualization infrastructure for the Linux kernel that turns it into a hypervisor. It was merged into the Linux kernel mainline in kernel version 2.6.20, which was released on February 5, 2007. KVM requires a processor with hardware virtualization extensions.

Videos in this playlist will get you learn below :

- What is KVM ?
- Pro and Cons of KVM
- Pre-requisites for configuring the KVM Host
- Creating and Configuring the guest VM.
- Common KVM Management Tasks.
- Performing Storage Management in KVM
- Recovering the KVM disks from corruption.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yatJv7uPzaA&list=PLLsor6GJ_BEGClf5vx_opMdHxbT6t-3mL&index=1

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CentOS 7 has a long download.
I reccomend the minimal download even if you have a high-end PC at your hands. I have an HP Pavillion Core i7 7th Generation and chrome expected the download to take 15-25 hours. Unless you enjoy sitting at your computer for a day, minimal is reccomended.

This is a problem. Black screen on boot. Minimal download. Just sits there in VirtualBox after boot screen
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