The Best Docker Tutorial for Beginners
We quickly explain the basic Docker concepts and show you how to do the most common tasks from starting your first container, to making custom images, a Docker Swarm Cluster Tutorial, docker compose and Docker buildfiles.........
Kubernetes Easy Beginners Architecture Guide
Kubernetes is known as container orchestration and we should start at explaining the container part of it.
A Container is what runs the actual application and based on an Image, and are more comparable to something like an LXC Container, Virtuozzo/OpenVZ using the Linux Kernel Namespaces feature. Containers run these images as independent, isolated operating environments under the OS's exist........
Just edit your ~/.bashrc and add this at the very end:
Then your prompt will look like this:
08:47:14 up 48 min, 1 user, load average: 1.00, 1.07, 0.96
If you wanted a dollar sign at the end then you would change it like this:
Did you just install the minimal version by accident or want to install the GUI? No need to reinstall just tell yum to do the work for you!
You could actually have both installed and choose one as your preference on demand (although many people prefer GNOME's simplicity).
Install Gnome and/or KDE.
To install the GNOME Desktop on Centos 7:
yum -y groups install "GNOME Desktop"
To remove all spaces from all files in the current directory
linux rename remove spaces
rename "s/ //g" *
how to replace part of the text with another (it is almost like using sed):
rename s/"Screenshot at 2019-04-22 "/"AC97-Windows-InstallSolution"/g *
The first part "Screenshot at 2019-04-22" is what we're looking for
Say you have a bunch of files like this:
What if you want to mass rename them?
the rename tool can work just like sed
For Debian based distros:
Note "file" is what we search for and "newname" is what we replace it with, so substitute according to your requirements.
rename s/file/newname/ name-file-*.jpg
Say you have a path like this "/some/path/here with spaces/". If you try to transfer it you will get a message along the lines of:
scp -rp 192.168.0.12:"/some/path/here space/" .
scp: /some/path/here: No such file or directory
scp: space: No such file or directory
You can escape each space but what a pain that is especially if you have multiple spaces in the path.
The simplest way is to use the follow........
ProCurve J4903A Switch 2824
Software revision I.10.77
Copyright (C) 1991-2009 Hewlett-Packard Co. All Rights Reserved.
RESTRICTED RIGHTS LEGEND
Use, duplication, or disclosure by the Government is subject........
Aug 25 16:43:24 evohostingtor postfix/master: fatal: /etc/postfix/master.cf: line 24: field "unprivileged": bad value: "???"
Solution: I had the wrong thick dashes when c&ping (just retype them with your keyboard)
Aug 25 16:47:10 mailbox postfix/master: fatal: /etc/postfix/master.cf: line 25: bad transport type: syslog_name=postfix/auth-cleanup
auth-cleanup unix n - - - 0 cleanup
The most common solution is to use the /etc/postfix/header_checks but this is a big problem.
Why is header_checks a problem? Because it does it to all mail whether incoming or outgoing and whether authenticated or not. We of course want as much header information for incoming as we can get for many reasons but many organizations want to secure and make their mail clients as secure as possible.
I adapted this solution to the client's custom config, they are configur........
This happens all the time, you are reading from a textfile which has spaces eg:
If you do loop on it like this:
for info in `cat $file`; do
It will treat datainfo and 00 as two separate lines:
Obviously that's not what we want and there are many weird solutions in bash bu........
gocr works great and it's simple, just invoke it like so:
The output will be printed to the screen.
My only complaint/concern is that even with standard terminal output (not scanned) from a printscreen, gocr does make mistakes by inserting extra spaces where they don't belong, mistaking letters for numbers etc.. but it's definitely enough to be readable and figure out what you're looking at.
I haven't tested yet with scanned input........
This is a great way to use your ftp server space, for example on your web hosting account (althoughI believe many hosts don't allow storage like this), but if you have a VPS/Dedicated Server etc.., this would be perfect. Imagine how easy it is to work with an ftp account that you can just mount as a normal partition or directory in Linux, it would be great for backups etc..
curlftpfs - mount a ftp host as a local directory
$somevariable = ........
In those 4 simple commands you can setup mutual key exchange between two sshservers by using a single login shell session and single window.
*Just change the IP address examples of (10.10.0.2) to the target of your mutual key exchange. It doesn't matter if the server is on a LANor WAN(well unless the server is behind a firewall and you cannot SSHinto it).........