There are several open-source FTP servers available for Linux. The most commonly used servers include Vsftpd, PureFTPd, and ProFTPD. In this tutorial, we are going to describe how to install and configure VSFTPD server which is a very secure FTP Daemon.
Performance is one of the most complicated parts of systems administration. Whenever you are trying to investigate the source of bad performance or the reason for the high workload, you need the right tools to do so.
Cacti is an open source network and system monitoring graphing tool. It is used to get a graph for network bandwidth utilization, CPU /Load, RAM, and as such. In addition to that, it monitors the network traffic by polling a router or switch via SNMP. This tutorial shows how to install it on CentOS.
In this article, we're going to explain how can the GNOME GUI can be installed on CentOS minimal version. Since the interface is CLI mode, this is only going to be a bunch of simple terminal commands. GNOME is a part of the GNU project and is a very simple DE that focuses on ease of usage and elegance.
Grafana is an open-source metric analytics and visualization software. It is a feature-rich metrics dashboard suite that is used widely as a graph editor...
In this tutorial, we will show you how to configure and use local yum repository besides the typical online repository. If you are new to YUM, Yellowdog Updater, Modified (YUM) is a software package manager that manages the RPM-based Linux distributions.
If you ever wondered what YUM stands for, it is an abbreviation for Yellow Dog Updater, Modified. It is a high-level package manager, that uses the RPM package management tool in the background. How it differs from RPM? I will show you in a minute.
We use RPM to install a package from a .rpm file. We need to have a file, so in order to demonstrate it to you, we will download a .rpm file for a package called epel-release, which is a set of additional repositories (you can think of these as software stores) for Fedora and CentOS.
In this tutorial, we will show you how to install CentOS 6 on VirtualBox on Windows. For this, you will need to have VirtualBox installed, and download Centos 6 ISO file from the official servers.
In this tutorial, we will show you how to upgrade the Linux kernel in CentOS 7 to the newest version available from kernel.org. In case anything goes wrong, we will show you how to downgrade. And finally, this tutorial will also show you how to remove older kernel versions if everything works fine.
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