How to install Docker on CentOS

Docker is an open-source containerization application that is designed to create, deploy, and run application processes in a container, like a virtual machine but using the same kernel as the host operating system.

How to change the Hostname on CentOS

A Hostname is a critical piece of information that helps you maintain your server machines. As a system administrator, it is imperative to have a short but recognizable hostname to separate the server machines from each other.

How to disable SELinux on CentOS

SELinux (Security-Enhanced Linux) is a security module integrated into the Linux system that provides a system administrator an ability to have more control over the system access, security policies, including MAC (Mandatory Access Control). It limits or restricts programs, and cron jobs ability to access files, what actions they can perform by defining a security policy.

4 Ways to Check the CentOS Version

One of the basic things a Linux user should know for troubleshooting issues is what version or release of Linux OS is currently on the device. Several issues that you may encounter related to bugs or dependencies related problems may depend on an OS version or kernel version.

Install and Configure Redmine on CentOS 7

Redmine is an open-source free to use web-based tool for project management and issue tracking. Built on top of the Ruby on Rails framework, it offers a cross-platform and cross-database solution that comes with support for multiple projects, wikis, forums, calendars, email notification, and much more.

How to install Google Chrome on CentOS

Google Chrome is the most popular web browser for desktop computers for a good reason. It comes with a lot of cool features and functionalities that appeal to casual users as well as tech-savvy professionals.

How to install and configure Graylog on CentOS 7

Graylog is an open-source log management system. Founded by a Texas-based company with the same name, Graylog was formerly called Torch, which began as an open-source project in Hamburg, Germany, in the year 2009.

Installing Sonatype Nexus Repository OSS on CentOS 7

Sonatype Nexus is a popular repository manager used worldwide for all of most of components, binaries, and build artifacts. It comes with support for the Java Virtual Machine (JVM) ecosystem, including Gradle, Ant, Maven, and Ivy.