Category Archives : Linux

Create And Configure Samba Shares In CentOS 7

Here’s a tutorial that shows you how to enable Samba in CentOS 7 and create a file server with different access permissions in a networked environment. For example, if you own CentOS server with huge storage space, you can create multiple shares and enable other networked clients to access those share remotely. The clients can […]

Centos 7 samba shares

Install Nginx in Centos 7

Enable Nginx’s Repository And Install Nginx In CentOS 7

This brief tutorial is going to show you how to enable Nginx’s repository and install Nginx in CentOS version 7. If you’re reading this, then you probably no a thing or two about Nginx. For those who don’t know, Nginx is a web server that’s fast and lightweight when compared to Apache, the most popular […]

Testing php 5 in centos 7

Install Apache2, MariaDB And PHP5 Support In CentOS 7

Yesterday I installed CentOS 7 to test it out. Today, I am going to show you how to install LAMP Stack (Linux, Apache2, MySQL (MariaDB) and PHP) in CentOS 7. This tutorial should be brief and simple, and for those who are new to CentOS, should have no problem reading and applying the steps below […]

How To Install CentOS 7 Via NetInstall

I started testing the latest CentOS 7 yesterday as a guest machine on VirtualBox software to see how much it has changed from previous releases. As you may record, CentOS version 7 was just recently released. What I did was to download the NetInstall ISO version of CentOS 7 and installed it. It’s pretty straightforward […]

CentOS 7 Installation

Ubuntu Tips — Create NFS Shares And Mount It In Ubuntu

This simple and brief blog post is going to show you how to create NFS shares in Ubuntu and mount those shares from external NFS clients. NFS stands for Network File System and is a popular filesystem protocol that allows for remote clients to mount network shares on NFS server. With this, users (clients) can […]

How To Enable Nginx Repository And Install Nginx In CentOS 6

Most of my times are spent messing with stuff. When it comes to development, I do a lot of my testing in VMware Workstation and VirtualBox visualization software. I have VMware 10 Workstation installed on my home computer and VirtualBox on my work computer. I do a lot of testing before implementing new changes to […]

Ubuntu Tips — Install Adobe Reader In Ubuntu 14.04 1

After installing a fresh copy of Ubuntu on your machine, there are few programs you may want to get installed. Many of these programs are free and can easily be installed in Ubuntu from Ubuntu Software Center. Some of these program can be installed via Ubuntu repositories while others, including Adobe Reader must be downloaded […]

Install Adobe Reader in Ubuntu