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  • Sachin Thapa 08:41 on November 26, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: basic, commands,   

    Linux Basic Commands 

    Open-source Linux is a popular alternative to Microsoft Windows, and if you choose to use this low-cost or free operating system, you need to know some basic Linux commands to make your system smoothly.

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  • Sachin Thapa 12:18 on November 21, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: cron, crontab, ,   

    What are cron and crontab, and how do I use them? 

    The cron daemon is a long-running process that executes commands at specific dates and times. You can use this to schedule activities, either as one-time events or as recurring tasks.

    To schedule one-time only tasks with cron, use the at or batch command.

    For commands that need to be executed repeatedly (e.g., hourly, daily, or weekly), you can use the crontab command. The crontab command creates a crontab file containing commands and instructions for the cron daemon to execute. You can use the crontab command with the following options:

    crontab -a filename
    Install filename as your crontab file. On many systems, this command is executed simply as crontab filename (i.e., without the -a option).
    crontab -e
    Edit your crontab file, or create one if it doesn’t already exist.
    crontab -l Display your crontab file. (More …)
     
  • Sachin Thapa 11:14 on November 21, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , red hat 6, RHEL, screenshots, step,   

    Red Hat 6 RHEL (Red Hat Enterprise Linux) installation guide 

    This is Red Hat 6 RHEL (Red Hat Enterprise Linux) installation guide, step-by-step walkthrough with screenshots. Current version of Red Hat 6 is Beta, but also this RHEL 6 Beta version looks very stable and good OS, so that’s why I decided to write this RHEL 6 Installation guide.

    The Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Beta is available on the following architectures:

    • i386
    • AMD64/Intel64
    • System z
    • IBM Power (64-bit)

    Some of the many improvements and new features that are included in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 are :

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