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Here how you would create a new file system : First create a new partition using fdisk. eg: fdisk /dev/sdb –> Options (m , n,p,1, ,t,8e,w) Create volume group vgcreate myvg /dev/sdb1 Create a logical volume lvcreate -L … Continue reading
I was trying to setup ssh keys on my linux servers and found this link to be very useful https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/how-to-set-up-ssh-keys–2 Credit goes to: Etel Sverdlov of digital ocean on explaining
Don’t have an active Red Hat subscription, but you want to use YUM ??? No problem, you can always add CentOS repository to the yum repos directory to have your red hat linux download and install from CentOS repository. So … Continue reading