I am extremely new to linux environment let alone CentOS. I am trying to build an sms server and be done with my damned final year project. For that i need to install gnokii on my CentOS 6.1 virtua... [by peenukima]
on 11/28/2012 – Made popular on 11/28/2012
I'm newby, I was trying to build gnokii cvs (starting from gnokii-0.6.28cvs-20100311.src.rpm for suse11.1) to use in my suse 11.2 the last version, but OBS gives me the broken error:
I am interested to install on my centos 6.5 (final) system the following:
how can I do that from the command line include please how to unzip and all.
I have Centos Release 6.5 (Final) Kernel Linux 2.6.32-431.5.1.el6.x86_64
I have just installed CentOS 4.8 Final and need to know if it already has build in support for the Linux ABI Project. I really do not want to try to build a new kernel if it is already build in to... [by isru2]
This tutorial below will show you how to install CentOS 5.6 complete with the screenshots. CentOS is a powerful Linux distribution that is good for desktop and server as well. It comes with many features that can be used to build a powerful server system for your network. This tutorial will guide you to install [...]
I'm trying to test out CentOS 7 for our linux environment. It would be nice to have a modern kernel, but I'm getting hung up on something that should be extremely simple. After install, I can't seem to do ANYTHING without first creating a user. I want to use NIS. Unfortunately there's no option at install to do that. I don't want to create a local user.
I am new to server management. I have a centOS (6.4 final) dedicated server which is mainly for hosting websites/web-apps/web-services. I now have to install netExtender VPN client on my server to use another company's private network. They have given us a netExtender client for Linux and the credentials to connect to it.