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How to create, configure and use YUM repository in RHEL/Cent OS 7.

Whenever you use a base Operating System(OS), you have to install some packages which are very similar to the applications you install in Windows. Once you have installed the packages in RHEL/Cent OS you need to configure it. In RHEL/Cent OS we create repository which is the warehouse of the packages. The packages used in

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Service management with svc INET admin in Solaris 10 – Part IV

The inetd (Internet services daemon) is responsible for starting standard Internet services when a system boots. These services include applications that use TCP or UDP as their transport layer protocol. You can modify existing Internet services or add new services using the SMF commands. INETD service is a super service which helps proxy connections for

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Service Management Facility (SMF) in Solaris 10 – Part III

Service Management Facility has many features which helps to manage various services. Apart from that there are many commands which helps to get quick access on the services. [symple_box color="blue" text_align="left" width="100%" float="none"] Managing Service Management with svcadm [/symple_box] svcadm services is used to manage the services by starting, stopping or restoring services [symple_box color="gray"

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Working with Files and Directories in Unix and Linux

While working with files and directories in Unix and Linux, you will need to use copy paste or move commands which can help you to manage the files more easily. Copying Files $ cp option source target -i: Prevents from accidently overwriting of existing file, gives a yes or no prompt. -r: Include the contents

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View Directories and Files in Unix and Linux

There are many commands to view and display contents but I would be sharing few commands, which are mostly used and common. Present Working Directory - show where are you now in the terminal window. $ pwd Listing of directory content. $ ls lists the directories and files in a directory. $ls -a lists all

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