Tag: shell

Find Which SSL/TLS Versions and Ciphers Are Supported For A Host

Hey folks, check out one of these if you want to see what ciphers are ...

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Install mod_security in Apache httpd for CentOS/RHEL/Scientific Linux

mod_security is an Apache plugin which is a good way to prevent malicious attacks on ...

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Run a Command on Multiple Systems at once using Bash – CentOS/RHEL

Hey there friends, So there are tons of different methods out there for managing multiple ...

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Incron, Watcher Python PyInotify Alternative. Recursively Watch A File System for Change Events using inotifywait, inotify

If you have a folder in your home directory called “/root/FilestoWatch” and in there you ...

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Running Bacula bconsole Commands from bash CLI

Greetings, Traveler. So if you’re one of the types who use Bacula as your backup ...

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Set Default Directory Permissions in Using ACLs

I’ve only tested this on RHEL/CentOS/Scientific Linux but should work on any system running Linux acl. ...

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Dell OpenManage System Administrator Startup Error – DSM SA Shared Services cannot start on an unsupported system

OK so what if you’re using CentOS on some Dell hardware and you’ve installed Dell ...

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Show Some Line Numbers in vim (vi) in RHEL/CentOS/Scientific Linux

Alright check this shit out..  I’m one of those dudes who likes to have my ...

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