A guide for RHEL/CentOS users who want to configure the Linux system timezone at command prompt, without using the intuitive system-config-date or setup program.
How to tell or know if the Red Hat Enterprise Linux server can handle the daylight saving time (DST) changeover date accordingly?
I memorized 8 useful grep command option switches that are useful in most cases.
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uname -a only prints the Linux kernel version as well as CPU architecture (e.g. 32/64bit), it doesn’t tell you the Linux distribution name and its release number.
It won’t take you more than 3 minutes (perhaps even less than 1 minute) to configure Linux Samba to host a shared folder on Linux system.
It’s not easy and intuitive for most people who use rpm to install or upgrade a RHEL package that has a hell of a lot of dependencies to resolve. The yum, another RPM package manager, is definitely a life-saver for RHEL sysadmin!
Here is an easy shortcut for system administrator who wants to upgrade RHEL 5 on-the-fly without reinstalling the Linux.