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Ksplice: Upgrade/Patch Your Linux Kernel Without Reboots

Generally, all Linux distributions needs a scheduled reboot once to stay up to date with important kernel security updates. RHN (or other distro vendors) provides Linux kernel security updates. You can apply kernel updates using yum command or apt-get command line options. After each upgrade you need to reboot the server. In this post I will cover a quick installation of Ksplice for RHEL 5.x and try to find out if service is worth every penny...

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Tip: Enhance Your Linux Terminal With Bashish

Bashish is a theme engine for the Linux terminal, so you can make your console more readable, easier on the eyes, and give useful visual cues. Juliet Kemp shows how to customize your terminal with Bashish.
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Tutorial: 7 Useful Linux Networking Tools

Eric Geier introduces us to to seven powerful commands for troubleshooting and configuring Linux networking, both wired and wireless.
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Samba Configuration with Webmin

You may have read my recent article "Easy Samba Setup," which illustrated just how easy it can be to set up the Samba file and print server. Yes, that task can be easy, but the method I outlined does require you to take advantage of the command line. There are a lot of users who shy away from the command line as if it were the plague. For those users there are options. One of those options is the Samba tool from the Gadmin suite of tools.

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Creating An NFS-Like Standalone Storage Server With GlusterFS On Mandriva 2010.0

Creating An NFS-Like Standalone Storage...
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