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How to configure NFS Server and Client Configuration on Ubuntu 15.04
Wednesday, January 27, 2016 @ 10:23:33 UTC by lbadmin (679 reads)
Ubuntu Linuxgg234 writes
NFS was developed at a time when we weren't able to share our drives like we are able to today -- in the Windows environment. It offers the ability to share the hard disk space of a big server with many smaller clients. Again, this is a client/server environment. While this seems like a standard service to offer, it was not always like this. In the past, clients and servers were unable to share their disk space.Thin clients have no hard drives and thus need a "virtual" hard-disk. The NFS mount their hard disk from the server and, while the user thinks they are saving their documents to their local (thin client) disk, they are in fact saving them to the server. In a thin client environment, the root, user and home partitions are all offered to the client from the server via NFS. Full Story

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How to install Observium network management and monitoring on Ubuntu
Wednesday, January 27, 2016 @ 10:22:53 UTC by lbadmin (499 reads)
Ubuntu Linuxjacotoledo writes
Observium is a great tool to capture SNMP and Syslog data and view it all in a nice web interface here is the link on how to install it How to install Observium in Ubuntu

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How to Get Available Filesystem Space on Linux: a C Function with a C++ Example
Monday, August 31, 2015 @ 10:35:38 UTC by lbadmin (5752 reads)
Softwareericzma writes
How to Get Available Filesystem Space on Linux: a C Function with a C++ Example: It is common for programs to write to files in filesystems on disks. However, what if the disk was almost full when your program writes to the filesystem on a disk? For systems software and mission critical programs, it is a better or must-to-do practice to check the available filesystem space before actually writing to files. On POSIX OSes, we have the statvfs POSIX API to get filesystem statistics (On Linux, you may use the Linux specific statfs, but POSIX APIs are better for portability). In this post, we will introduce a C function and a C++ example to use the statvfs API to get the available filesystem space. Continue reading: How to Get Available Filesystem Space on Linux: a C Function with a C++ Example at SysTutorials.

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Install Cacti (Monitoring tool) on ubuntu 15.04 server
Monday, August 31, 2015 @ 10:35:29 UTC by lbadmin (4306 reads)
Ubuntu Linuxgg234 writes
Cacti is a complete network graphing solution designed to harness the power of RRDTool's data storage and graphing functionality. Cacti provides a fast poller, advanced graph templating, multiple data acquisition methods, and user management features out of the box. All of this is wrapped in an intuitive, easy to use interface that makes sense for LAN-sized installations up to complex networks with hundreds of devices. Full Story

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Nagios Core Configuration Using NagiosQL (Web Interface)
Monday, August 31, 2015 @ 10:35:22 UTC by lbadmin (4330 reads)
Ubuntu Linuxgg234 writes
NagiosQL is a web based administration tool designed for Nagios, but might also work with forks. It helps you to easily build a complex configuration with all options, manage and use them. NagiosQL is based on a webserver with PHP, MySQL and local file or remote access to the Nagios configuration files Full Story

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Controlling Filesystem Mounting on Linux by Playing with /etc/fstab
Thursday, March 26, 2015 @ 08:39:37 UTC by lbadmin (10811 reads)
Linuxericzma writes
Controlling Filesystem Mounting on Linux by Playing with /etc/fstab: Controlling the mounting of filesystems is a useful technique for managing Linux systems. The mounting configurations are mostly in the /etc/fstab file. In this post, we will discuss 2 common and useful techniques for controlling the filesystem mounting by playing with the /etc/fstab file: allowing non-root users to mount/unmount filesystems and avoiding mounting failures blocking the booting of Linux. Continue reading: Controlling Filesystem Mounting on Linux by Playing with /etc/fstab at SysTutorials.

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What Is the Name of the Linux-based OS: A Survey ? Fclose.com
Friday, March 13, 2015 @ 11:11:15 UTC by lbadmin (9060 reads)
Linuxericzma writes
What Is the Name of the Linux-based OS: A Survey ? Fclose.com: You may already well know ?Linux? and may also use the ?operating system based on the Linux kernel? directly or indirectly (you are indirectly using it now as Fclose.com is hosted on Linux). But how should we name the OS based on Linux? You may know there is GNU/Linux naming controversy. Different people have different opinions about this. Today, let?s see how do these widely used distributions call themselves by looking at their ?about? web pages. Continue reading: What Is the Name of the Linux-based OS: A Survey ? Fclose.com at Fclose.com.

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A PHP Function for Fetching RSS Feed and Outputing Feed Items as HTML ? Fc
Friday, March 13, 2015 @ 11:11:09 UTC by lbadmin (8550 reads)
PHPericzma writes
A PHP Function for Fetching RSS Feed and Outputing Feed Items as HTML ? Fclose.com: I aggregated all my new posts from several sites into a single RSS feed. Last time I updated my homepage, I came across an idea why not showing these feed items directly on the homepage as HTML content. After some study, I got one single PHP function in my hand that fetches an RSS feed and outputs HTML content in the page. Continue reading: A PHP Function for Fetching RSS Feed and Outputing Feed Items as HTML ? Fclose.com at Fclose.com.

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Turning gnome-terminal to a Pop-up Terminal
Tuesday, February 03, 2015 @ 10:25:09 UTC by lbadmin (10037 reads)
HOWTOs and similar articlesericzma writes
Turning gnome-terminal to a Pop-up Terminal: A pop-up terminal is great and handy on Linux and similar OS. On KDE, Yakuake is great. On Gnome or GTK, I ever tried Guake. It is quite good. However, it has not been as mature, stable and figure-rich as gnome-terminal. One day, I got this idea: why not using a script/program to manage the gnome-terminal and take action upon hotkey hits? The top-down effect is non-important to me. What I want is simple: use a hotkey (like F12) to activate/deactivate the terminal. Continue reading: Turning gnome-terminal to a Pop-up Terminal at Fclose.com.

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Shrinking an Ext4 File System on LVM in Linux
Tuesday, February 03, 2015 @ 10:25:05 UTC by lbadmin (2251 reads)
ericzma writes
Shrinking an Ext4 File System on LVM in Linux: In Extending a Mounted Ext4 File System on LVM in Linux, we introduced how to extend a mounted ext4 filesystem on LVM Logical volume by adding a new physical volume. It is also common to shrink an ext4 file system as to spare some disk space. In this post, I will discuss how to shrink an ext file system on a LVM logical volume (LV). Continue reading: Shrinking an Ext4 File System on LVM in Linux at Fclose.com.

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