Being able to execute a Linux command at a later time is very important feature for systems Administrator. Job scheduling is taken care by two daemons: atd and crond. Atd manages jobs that run only ones while crond runs jobs at predefined times.
In order to better understand soft and hard links lets take a quick look at inode and what it does. Inode basically is metadata that holds files information in form of attributes like type, size, permissions, owners name, last access time, modification time, ACL settings. Inode also has pointers to the location in the file
Lets take a look at few examples using Linux powerful find command. In general find command recursively searches directories and finds files that match specific criteria. This powerful tool can look for files based on name, inode number, modification time, file types and even size. Find command can also perform some action on found files.
Certain attributes can be set on Linux file and directory helping us control what can and cannot be done on it. Attributes can protect files and directory from being deleted, modified, compressed or updated by any user including root.
Compression tools are used to compress one or more files. Archiving tools collect files and their metadata together to produces one file. We will look at basic usage of following compression and archiving tolls. gzip and gunzip (can achieve better compression compared to ZIP) bzip2 and bunzip2 tar (archiving) zip and unzip (capable of archiving
Ulteo Open Virtual Desktop (OVD) is a delivery platform that provides on-demand access to virtual desktops and applications from public and private cloud hosted environments. Ulteo OVD supports Windows Remote Desktop Services and Linux hosted desktop and application sessions. Ulteo Website In this how-to we will be installing Ulteo on CentOS 6.7. We will have
MailWatch is a great web based application utilizing LAMP stack. It allows you to easily manage and monitor MailScanner gateway. We will be adding MailWatch install to existing MailScanner setup Prerequisites Working MailSanner installation. How to Install MailScanner Install LAMP and additional PHP and Perl requirements Make sure php.ini has correct settings
We are setting up Centos 7 running MailScanner with postfix as mail gateway accepting mail for domain aaa.com, bbb.com, ccc.com and relaying mail for any SMTP server located on 184.108.40.206/24 subnet or from 192.168.2.2. Firewall and system requirements CentOS 7 minimal install Inbound – tcp port 25 Outbound – tcp ports 2703, 7, udp port