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

Samba Server

What is Samba Server? and How to Configure the Samba Server? The whole point of networking is to allow computers to easily share information. Sharing information with other Linux boxes, or any UNIX host, is easy—tools such as FTP and NFS are readily available and frequently set up easily “out of the box”. Unfortunately, even […]

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

LDAP Lightweight Directory Access Protocol

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 as files and devices in a network, whether on the public Internet or on a corporate intranet. LDAP is lighter because in its initial version it did not include security […]

What is Autofs? Advantages of Autofs and Configuration of Autofs.


What is Autofs? Autofs is a service that can automatically mount the shared directory on demand and will automatically unmount the shared directory if it is not accessed within the specified timeout period. The default timeout period is 5 minutes or we can specify the timeout period in /etc/auto.master file. Top Advantages of Autofs. In […]

Job Automation in Linux

Job Automation in Linux

Job Scheduling In any Operating System, it is possible to create jobs that you want to reoccur. This process, known as Job Scheduling, is usually done based on user-defined jobs. For Red Hat or any other Linux, this process is handled by the cron service or a daemon called crond, which can be used to […]

SELinux: How to Manage in Linux and Modes of SE-Linux

All About SELinux

Managing SELinux SELinux is a security enhancement to Linux that allows users and administrators more control over which users and applications can access which resources, such as files. Standard Linux access controls, such as file modes (-rwxr-xr-x) are modifiable by the user and applications that the user runs, whereas SE-Linux access controls are determined by […]

How to set the Priority for a process in Linux?

How to set the Priority for a process in Linux

How to set the Priority for a Process in Linux? Processes priority means managing processor time. The processor or CPU will perform multiple tasks at the same time. Sometimes we can have enough room to take on multiple projects and sometimes we can only focus on one thing at a time. Other times something important […]

How to troubleshoot if the file system is full in Linux?

How Troubleshoot file system full linux

How to troubleshoot if the file system is full in Linux? Check out this article, if you have to face any problems related to the file system as the file is full. For those, to troubleshoot file system is full in Linux, follow this article. First, check whether the file system is O/S or other […]