Category Archives: Linux/UNIX

Easy way to use ssh terminal in windows

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Basic Linux Command for Beginners

terminalThe shell command are used for administration of the Linux/UNIX Operating System. Most Linux command works with all the different Linux flavors for ex: Red Hat, Ubuntu, Linux mint, SUSE Linux, etc.. To use these command Terminal will be available.

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Command line Youtube Video Downloading

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youtube-dl is a small command-line program to download videos from YouTube.com and a few more sites. It requires the Python interpreter, version 2.6, 2.7, or 3.3+, and it is not platform specific. It should work on your Unix box, on Windows or on Mac OS X. It is released to the public domain, which means you can modify it, redistribute it or use it however you like.

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Redhat (CentOS 6.x) VSFTP Server

Install vsftpd

#yum install vsftpd

Type ‘y’ to confirm

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Redhat (CentOS 6.x) Linux DHCP Server

Install DHCP Demon

#yum install dhcp*

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Redhat (CentOS 6.x) TFTP Server

Install TFTPtftp-title

#yum install tftp

Configure TFTP

#vi /etc/xinetd.d/tftp

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Redhat (CentOS 6.x) Linux Cron – Scheduler

CronCron scheduler allows to run any task for a scheduled time. You can create scripts for the task and schedule to run it. It makes automating the jobs.

1. Scheduler

2. Rules (Cron Entries) are based on times

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Redhat (CentOS 6.x) Linux YUM & Repositories

yumTo install software packages from internet in Linux the repository will be updated. In Linux operating system repository will help the OS to find YUM Server in internet and the packages. By default the repository file will be in /etc/yum.repos.d.

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Redhat (CentOS 6.x) RPM Package Management

To install RPM (Redhat Package Manager) packagerpm-package

#rpm -ivh Package_name

To install an upgrade package

#rpm -Uvh Package_name

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VIM Editor

sam_vimMost often you start vi to open a particular file. For example, to open a file called /tmp/test, type the following command:

$vi /tmp/test

  • i – Insert. After you type i, you can input text that start to the right of the cursor.

  • a – Add. After you type a, you can input text that start to the right of the cursor.

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