30 Things to Do After Minimal RHEL/CentOS 7 Installation

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39 Responses

  1. D Almquist says:

    I’m not sure who wrote this but it seems clear that he/she never attempted to follow her own instructions.
    The first step in setting up the network is to invoke

    yum install net-tools

    yum install requires a functioning network with accessible repositories if using the minimal CD.

    These instructions simply won’t ever work with a minimal installation CD.

  2. Dumb says:

    Cannot connect to X server — not entirely sure what this means.

  3. Chris Pesoa says:

    For people unfamiliar with CLI text editors (vi, vim, nano), etc.
    You can configure static IP and hostname in a GUI environment, just type:

    # nmtui

    Once there, you can edit what you need.

    If ‘nmtui’ command not found, install it:

    yum install NetworkManager-tui

    Done!
    My 2 cents…

  4. Head says:

    Thank You for collecting all that useful and not so useful in one article. :)
    Hmm, interesting, how many copypasters have used your sample passwords unchanged? :)
    Typos:
    # nmap 127.0.01
    # visudo

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