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nixsavy

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    RE: What Linux Distro?
    Mint + xfce is a good choice. http://www.linuxmint.com/download.php and http://www.xfce.org/download
    Link to this post 27 Jan 13

    Mint + xfce is a good choice.

    http://www.linuxmint.com/download.php

    and

    http://www.xfce.org/download

  • nixsavy
    RE: crontab not working
    try this 1) # pgrep crond 2)if not running check /etc/init.d/ for crond daemon then try to start it #/etc/init.d/crond start
    Link to this post 26 Jan 13

    try this

    1) # pgrep crond
    2)if not running
    check /etc/init.d/ for crond daemon
    then try to start it
    #/etc/init.d/crond start

  • nixsavy
    RE: Understanding of CIFS on RHEL 5
    CIFS runs over TCP/IP but uses the SMB protocol . This is supported both on linux and windows. this helps to share data vise versa. In linux you need to install Samba that helps CIFS to run. [url=http://www.expertslogin.com/general/howto-mount-smb-filesystem-using-etcfstab]SMB share point can be mounted[/url] in different ways based on the way its setup on the server
    Link to this post 26 Jan 13

    CIFS runs over TCP/IP but uses the SMB protocol . This is supported both on linux and windows.
    this helps to share data vise versa.

    In linux you need to install Samba that helps CIFS to run.

    SMB share point can be mounted in different ways based on the way its setup on the server

  • nixsavy
    RE: Help with linux dristro, old pc.
    my suggestion would be try centos as we all know 75% public webservers run on centos. Most of the webhosting companies use centos.
    Link to this post 26 Jan 13

    my suggestion would be try centos as we all know 75% public webservers run on centos. Most of the webhosting companies use centos.

  • nixsavy
    RE: reboot
    How you are trying to install ? are you installing using root ? If you question is about reseting root password try below url thats shows how to [url=http://www.expertslogin.com/linux-administration/boot-linux-grub-single-user-mode/]login single user mode[/url]. Or if u want try new opensource OS I would suggest ubuntu or mint. If none above , let me know what your real question :)
    Link to this post 25 Jan 13

    How you are trying to install ? are you installing using root ?

    If you question is about reseting root password try below url thats shows how to login single user mode. Or if u want try new opensource OS I would suggest ubuntu or mint.


    If none above , let me know what your real question :)

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