Tagged: RHEL

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How to install OwnCloud 9 server on CentOS/RHEL 7 and 6

OwnCloud is a Dropbox-like solution for self-hosted file sharing and syncing. Installing OwnCloud 9 on CentOS/RHEL is quite simple. Whether you want to backup, have file-syncing or just have a Google Calendar alternative, this guide is...

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How to install Microsoft SQL Server on Linux

During the past few years, Microsoft has been investing resources in Linux-related projects. Today you can install Microsoft SQL Server on Linux. All of it began with .NET being open-sourced.

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Linux distributions, which one is perfect for you?

I don’t know where you come from and how you happen to be here, but chances are that you want to make the switch (to Linux) and are here because you don’t know where to start....

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How to create software RAID in RHEL 7

When it comes to combining solid performance with reliability and recoverability, RAID is sure to show up. RAID is a widely used technology in mission-critical and enterprise environments. Today we’ll talk about software RAID in Linux.

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RHEL 6.7 released

Red Hat Enterprise Linux is one of the most popular enterprise-class Linux distributions. With its stability, extended support and reliability it is the fundamental of many mission-critical systems. RHEL 7 was released about one year ago,...

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OpenStack can’t attach cinder volume

Yesterday I was setting up a few things at my home OpenStack server and ran into an ugly problem that took me a while to resolve. I couldn’t attach any volume from the backends I had...

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DNF, Fedora’s new Package Manager

The currrent Package Manager for Fedora, CentOS and RHEL is YUM. Not for long. With the release of Fedora 22 (on 26th May 2015) YUM will be replaced by DNF. What will change? What are the...

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Yum basics

Whether you are an experienced user or a new one approaching to a Red Hat distribution, you’ll sooner or later hear of YUM. YUM is Red Hat systems’ default package manager, much like APT for Ubuntu...