I want to switch my company's server machine from windows to linux centos.I have started to acquire knowledge of what is exactly necessary to install and setup.meanwhile I want to ... [by saman_artorious]
on 03/20/2013 – Made popular on 03/20/2013
Hi Guys,Greetings ... I am an absolute noob and have absolutely no knowledge of CentOS, but i have always had a fascination about Linux and it seems CentOS is one of the best server di... [by dAttitude]
I'm setting up a development server on a HP microserver with CentOS 6.3. I'm relatively new to Linux and have ran into some issues/confusion. I have the server fully setup/updated with yum. It's a headless server & I'm connecting via PuTTY. For the following installs of OpenCart, I'm logged in via SSH as a regular non-root user.
I'm trying to do a clean install of OpenCart 18.104.22.168.
Until recently, I've been using CentOS on servers as well as on desktops. These last weeks, I've been migrating all my desktops to openSUSE 11.3. The server machines still use CentOS, but I have one desktop machine here that has to run an FTP server locally, for use with Ghost For Linux.
I installed vsftpd on the openSUSE machine and tried to configure it like I did before on CentOS.
My (postfix) mail server currently runs on an old PowerEdge 2650 and it badly needs a hardware upgrade.
I would like to put it on an 8 core (3rd Gen) 2950, but have no idea how to go about changing hardware. Do I have to install CentOS on the new machine and then figure out how to get postfix/mailman/ldap all working on the new one? Is there any type of information on how to do this?
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 [...]