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Managing Users & Groups, File Permissions & Attributes and Enabling sudo Access on Accounts – Part 8

Managing Users & Groups, File Permissions & Attributes and Enabling sudo Access on Accounts – Part 8
This article is Part 8 of a 10-tutorial long series, here in this section, we will guide you on how to manage users and groups permissions in Linux system, that are required for the LFCS certification exam. Please have a quick look at the following video that describes an introduction to the Linux Foundation Certification Program. Since Linux is a multi-user operating system (in that it allows multiple users on different computers or terminals.....
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Automated Installations of Multiple RHEL/CentOS 7 Distributions using PXE Server and Kickstart Files

Automated Installations of Multiple RHEL/CentOS 7 Distributions using PXE Server and Kickstart Files
This article is an extension of my previous PXE Boot Environment Setup on RHEL/CentOS 7 and it’s focused on how you can perform Automatic Installations of RHEL/CentOS 7, without the need for user intervention, on headless machines using a Kickstart file read from a local FTP server. The environment preparation for this kind of installation has already been processed on the previous tutorial regarding PXE Server setup, the only key missing, a.....
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LFCS: Managing System Startup Process and Services (SysVinit, Systemd and Upstart) – Part 7

LFCS: Managing System Startup Process and Services (SysVinit, Systemd and Upstart) – Part 7
A Linux Foundation Certified System Administrator (LFCS) has the proficiency to do beginning to intermediate level administration of Linux servers via commandline. Linux Foundation Certified System Administrators are knowledgeable in the day-to-day operational support of Linux servers and services. They are responsible for first line troubleshooting and analysis, and choose when to raise issues to engineering teams. The following video describes.....
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Monitor Server Logs in Real-Time with “Log.io” Tool on RHEL/CentOS 7/6

Monitor Server Logs in Real-Time with “Log.io” Tool on RHEL/CentOS 7/6
Log.io is a small simple but effective application build on top of Node.js and Socket.io, which allows to monitor Linux servers log files in real time through web interface screen widgets. This tutorial will guide you on how you can install and monitor any local log files in real time with Log.io installed on RHEL/CentOS 7/6.x by configuring Log.io harvester file to monitor any local changes to log files. Step 1: Add Epel Repositories 1. CentOS.....
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14 Things to Do After Installing Ubuntu 14.10 (Utopic Unicorn)

14 Things to Do After Installing Ubuntu 14.10  (Utopic Unicorn)
Canonical finally announced the availability of Ubuntu 14.10, the new release came with many updated packages and programs which is very good for people who are looking for the most updated packages, in this article, we’re going to talk about the most important 14 things to do after install Ubuntu 14.10. First you may would like to view our tutorial about installing Ubuntu 14.10 on your machine, then follow the following article in order.....
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LFCS: Assembling Partitions as RAID Devices – Creating & Managing System Backups – Part 6

LFCS:  Assembling Partitions as RAID Devices – Creating & Managing System Backups – Part 6
A Linux Foundation Certified System Administrator (LFCS) has the proficiency to do beginning to intermediate level administration of Linux servers via commandline. Linux Foundation Certified System Administrators are knowledgeable in the day-to-day operational support of Linux servers and services. They are responsible for first line troubleshooting and analysis, and choose when to raise issues to engineering teams. The following video provides.....
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Upgrade Ubuntu 14.04 (Trusty Tahr) to Ubuntu 14.10 (Utopic Unicorn)

Upgrade Ubuntu 14.04 (Trusty Tahr) to Ubuntu 14.10 (Utopic Unicorn)
So, Ubuntu 14.10 has just been released, you may check our previous article about it in order to discover the new features. In fact, Ubuntu 14.10 has no big special features or updates, it is just a bug-fixing & package-updating release, but it’s a good release for those people who want to have the most-recent packages in the their system. Read Also: Ubuntu 14.10 New Features In this article, we’re going to explain how to upgrade.....
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Ubuntu 14.10 Code Name “Utopic Unicorn” Desktop Installation Guide with Screenshots

Ubuntu 14.10 Code Name “Utopic Unicorn” Desktop Installation Guide with Screenshots
Ubuntu 14.10 has been released on 23 October 2014 with many updated packages and programs, Ubuntu 14.10 was released under the codename “Utopic Unicorn” and is expected to be supported until 23 July 2015 (9 months only because it’s not a LTS release). Ubuntu 14.10 Features Updated packages like: Linux Kernel 3.16, Firefox 33, Libreoffice 4.4.3.2. Unity 7.3.1 is the default desktop interface, which features many bug-fixes. Unity 8 is.....
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