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IT training day: Automatically Redirect HTTP requests to HTTPS on IIS 7 using URL Rewrite

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IT training day: How to bind multiple sites with SSL on one IP address and port

IT training day: How to bind multiple sites with SSL on one IP address and port | Linux articles | Scoop.it
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IT training day: Linux boot loader

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Linux boot loader
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We've talked previously about Linux boot loaders, but in this article we'll take a closer look at GRUB's configuration file. On CentOS distributions, boot loader location can be found under /boot/grub. Within this directory you will see several files, but the one we will focus on is grub.conf 

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Creating a File System on a newly created partition

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Creating a Filesystem on a newly created partition
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Once you've added and partitioned a hard drive on a Linux machine, you will need to create a a file system and mount the disk on the server

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How to add shared folder on a Linux machine in VirtualBox

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How to add shared folder on a Linux machine in VirtualBox
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In this article I'll show you how to add a share folder on a Linux machine when using Virtual Box. For this demonstration I will be using a CentOS 6.5 machine. To successfully add shared folders to your Linux host, you will need to install Guest Additions. This tool allows your virtual machine to interact with resources that are part of the physical workstation.

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Archiving and Compressing Files in Linux

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Archiving and Compressing Files in Linux
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When talking about archiving and compressing files under Linux, we'll need to discuss about tarand gzip commands

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Linux environment variables

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Linux environment variables
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Linux shell can be used to store temporary variable values that can be used to control the behavior of the shell or the state of bash scripts. A shell variable can be easily created by using the equal character (=)

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Linux shell commands to Interact with the File System

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IT training day: Use Powershell to get specific events

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Mounting a File System on a Linux machine

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Mounting a File System on a Linux machine
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In this short tutorial I'll show you how to mount and unmount File Systems on a Linux machine. Note that I'm using a CentOS VM hosted in my VMware environment. Until this point you should have added a new disk and partitioned it according to your needs. After the partitioning process is completed, make sure to add a File System to your newly created partitions.

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How to check Linux version

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How to check Linux version
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There are several methods that can be used to verify you Linux version. I'll write the ones that I know but feel free to post a comment if there are other commands that can be used to achieve similar results

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Partitioning a new disk using fdisk

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Partitioning a new disk using fdisk
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I've just added a new disk to my Linux Virtual Machine hosted on VMware and now I want to partition it. I've received 20 Gb of disk space and I'll create two 10 Gb partitions on the drive. To achieve these results I'll use the fdisk command.

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How to rescan SCSI bus to detect new storage devices

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How to rescan SCSI bus to detect new storage devices
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When adding a new disk drive to a running Virtual Machine, you will need to run device detection mechanism on the server. My VM is hosted in VMware and this is how my hardware config looks like after the disk was added

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How to create a persistent network configuration on a Linux machine

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