Salam.. There are few methods how to determine your linux file system. Below are commands that I usually use. Linux $ df -Th $ df -Th | grep “^/dev” $ fsck -N /dev/sd* $ lsblk -f $ mount | grep … Continue reading
Assalamualaikum.. Q: How do I find out which service is listening on a specific port? How do I find out what program is listening on a specific TCP Port? A: netstat -tulpn OR netstat -npl Wassalam..
Assalamualaikum, Secure copy or SCP is a means of securely transferring computer files between a local host and a remote host or between two remote hosts. It is based on the Secure Shell (SSH) protocol. “SCP” commonly refers to the: … Continue reading
Bismillahirrahmanirrahim.. Sometimes it is very useful to delete / remove Bash history partially or completely when log out. Here is my favourite methods howto log out / quit / exit Bash shell without saving Bash history. Remove Only Current Session … Continue reading
Bismillahirrahmanirrahim.. 1. Login as root 2. Changing the UID of the account you wish (example: davina) to have root privileges to zero (0). # vi /etc/passwd davina:x:1004:1:System Admin:/export/home/davina:/bin/ksh to davina:x:0:1:System Admin:/export/home/davina:/bin/ksh done! wassalam..
Bismillahirrahmanirrahim.. Having NAS is an advantage to the server that having a limited storage capacity. NAS is very easy to install (mapping) in Windows environment. How about in Solaris? below are the steps how to configure/mount NAS in Solaris (tested … Continue reading
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Bismillahirrahmanirrahim.. Setting the system date and time is fairly easy on solaris. Because you can easily set the time from the command line, you can set the time on a server remotely. date mmddhhmmyy The date command takes the syntax … Continue reading
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