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Getting started with Xen Virtualization On CentOS 7.x

Xen is an open-source baremetal hypervisor which allows you to run different operating systems in parallel on a single host machine. This type of...

LPI 1 Article #4- Introduction to LPIC-1 Configuring Shells

Configuring shells Hey there geeks and enthusiasts, I hope your time has been good so far in our lessons. This sequel is going to explore some...

LPI 1 Article #3- Introduction to LPIC-1 and Linux

Hey there wonderful people. In this sequel of sweet learning Linux and getting nuggets to help you in your LPI Exam, we are going...

LPI 1 Notes #2- Introduction to LPIC-1 and Linux

In our very first article, we had a little dive into the Linux World by making a few introductions that are imperative to every...

Understanding and Working With BtrFS Filesystem in Linux

This blog post is aimed at helping you get started with B-tree filesystem (BtrFS). Kernel-based filesystems in the Linux kernel tree are currently over...

Getting Started and Working with Puppet 4 On RHEL 7 and...

Puppet is a Systems Configuration Management/Systems Automation framework written in Ruby that allows system administrators to programmatically provision, configure, and manage servers, network devices,...

RHEL and CentOS Kickstart on KVM Automated Installation With virt-install

Hello all. This is my first tutorial on KVM Virtualization prepared as a reference and to help you automate boring GUI-based installation questions. We're...

Dockerizing Zimbra Collaboration Suite On RHEL 7/CentOS 7 Base Image

I’ve been working on  Dockerizing Zimbra on RHEL 7 base image. The hard work has finally yielded fruits and in this post I’m going...

Getting Started With Secure HAProxy on Linux

In this getting started with secure HAProxy on Linux blog post, I'll walk you through important concepts you need to start working with HAProxy. Load...

Configure KVM Networking With virsh, nmcli and brctl in Linux

There are many choices for network configurations in the KVM host. In this post, I’ll guide you through two main choices to configure KVM...