Tag Archives: CentOS
Often the default time-zone in a linux and bsd system does not match our preferences. On a system which we have installed ourself, we may have selected the appropriate time-zone during installation, but as systems administrators we often get our … Continue reading
I recently activated quota on my slicehost slice and it was quite simple and fast to do. The only disadvantage is that I needed to set quota on the only filesystem I had, which is /. If there is a … Continue reading
Recently one of my clients requested that he needs php5 on one of his production servers. The server runs CentOS 4.7 x86_64. I had recently migrated this server from RHEL 4.7 (see Migrating RHEL 4.6 to CentOS 4.6).
Recently I was asked by one of my clients to convert their RHEL system to CentOS after their RHEL subscription expired. At the time of migration the server was running RHEL 4 update 7. Based on the current version, I … Continue reading
Introduction Yum (Yello Dog Updater Modified) is a popular high level package management tool for RPM (Red Hat Package Manager) packages. RPM packages are used by several popular distributions based on Red Hat Linux. Some of these distributions are Red … Continue reading