CentOS

Basic CentOS Linux Commands – Before learning the tools of a CentOS Linux Administrator, it is important to note the philosophy behind the Linux.

How to install WebERP on CentOS 8

How to install WebERP on CentOS 8 webERP is a free, open source, complete web-based accounting and business management system. You only need a web browser and PDF reader to use webERP. Using webERP, you can manage many things, including purchase orders, online stores, manufacturing, sales, general ledger, and shipping. It is written in PHP… read more »

Setting up multiple connections (peer) to Wireguard server

WireGuard is a communications protocol and free open source software that implements encrypted VPNs and has been designed with ease of use, high performance, and low attack surface in mind. Install Wireguard on each machine (see one of the previous articles) On each machine, you need to generate a pair of keys (from the root… read more »

How to install Chrony NTP server on CentOS 8

How to install Chrony NTP server on CentOS 8 Chrony is the default Network Time Protocol (NTP) server in the CentOS 8 operating system. It replaces the old Ntpd used in the old Linux operating system. It is used to synchronize the system clock with a remote Internet time server. Setting an accurate time is… read more »

How to run a .run or .bin file on CentOS 8

Some files that we download from the Internet have extensions .bin or .run… In order to run such files, we must set the permission to execute these files. BUT .bin or . run file is a self-extracting binary file on Linux and Unix operating systems. For example Java and Flash are two examples of such… read more »

Extend the root partition (ext4, not LVM) of a disk in Debian

The root partition is the repository for all other file systems. Through it, the system gains access to many (if not all) of its resources. This section (file system) contains such important system directories (which can be placed in separate sections if desired and be separate file systems) as “/ usr”, “/ bin”, “/ etc”,… read more »

Expand a GPT disk using cfdisk in Linux

cfdisk – a system utility for managing hard disk partitions in the Linux operating system. Similar to fdisk, but with a friendly user interface Objective: you need to increase the size of the GPT disk / dev / sdb1 (file system type ext4) Turn off the virtual machine, We expand the required disk, Turn on… read more »

Linux Newbies: Managing Files with Terminal in CentOS 8

Any user new to the Linux environment should know about the basic commands for navigating directories and managing files. In Linux, each command is used for a specific purpose that works well for the specified task. The mc tool, known as Midnight Commander, is a file manager used for the Linux terminal. It acts as… read more »

Linux Newbies: Managing Files with Terminal in CentOS 8

Any user new to the Linux environment should know about the basic commands for navigating directories and managing files. In Linux, each command is used for a specific purpose that works well for the specified task. The mc tool, known as Midnight Commander, is a file manager used for the Linux terminal. It acts as… read more »

Linux Newbies: Managing Files with Terminal in CentOS 8

Any user new to the Linux environment should know about the basic commands for navigating directories and managing files. In Linux, each command is used for a specific purpose that works well for the specified task. The mc tool, known as Midnight Commander, is a file manager used for the Linux terminal. It acts as… read more »

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