Sunday, November 17, 2019

How to change the password aging policies?

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How to change the password Aging Policies? In Linux, we can change the password policies in 2 ways. (i) First open the /etc/login.defs file and modify...

Different ways to mount the NFS shared directory in Linux?

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Mount the NFS shared directory in Linux In order to access the NFS shared data, we have to mount that shared directory on local mount...

How to allow the root user to access the FTP server?

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How to allow the root user to access the FTP server? By default root user is blocked to access the FTP server. To allow the...

What is Sosreport? and How to Generate it in Linux

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What is Sosreport? and How to Generate it in Linux. In this article we are clearly explained about Sosreport and How to Generate the Sosreport?...
Search FIles and Directories in Linux

Important Commands to search Files and Directories in Linux.

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Important Commands to search files and directories in Linux To search Files and Directories in Linux, there are two important commands. They are # locate #...
What are signals in Linux

What are Signals in Linux?

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Signals in Linux Signals are a way of sending simple messages to processes. Most of these messages are already defined and can be found in...
Samba Server

What is Samba Server? How to Configure the Samba Server?

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What is Samba Server? and How to Configure the Samba Server? The whole point of networking is to allow computers to easily share information....
LDAP Lightweight Directory Access Protocol

What is LDAP? How to Configure and mount the LDAP?

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What is the LDAP Server? LDAP (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol) is a software protocol for enabling anyone to locate organizations, individuals, and other resources such...