rocky linux 8.4 installation steps

Steps to Install Rocky Linux-8.4 with screenshots

A brief introduction about Rocky Linux Rocky Linux is a Community-based Enterprise Operating System, officially released by Rocky Enterprise Software Foundation (RESF) which is a free support platform with a complete binary-compatible release using the Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) operating system source code. The advantage of Rocky Linux is that it is completely free […]

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ssh server in linux

10 useful steps to install and secure SSH server in Linux

SSH stands for Secure Socket Shell, one of the well-known service protocols used to execute an operation to the remote administration over the internet. It provides a very secure passage between the designated computers. Once the connection is established, SSH will then provide encrypted sessions for all public (unsecured) networks in a client-server architecture. It […]

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High Availability Cluster

How to configure Two Node High Availability Cluster On RHEL/CentOS 7.6

This article will help you learn how to setup/configure a High-Availability (HA) cluster on Linux/Unix based systems. Cluster is nothing but a group of computers (called nodes/members) to work together to execute a task. Basically there are four types of clusters available, which are Storage Cluster, High-availability Cluster, Load-balancing Cluster, and HIGH-Performance Computing Cluster. In […]

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how to install lamp in centos 7

How to Install LAMP (Linux, Apache, MariaDB, PHP/PhpMyAdmin) in RHEL /CENTOS 7.6 - LinuxTeck

LAMP stands for Linux, Apache, MySQL/MariaDB, and PHP. It is an acronym for a Linux/UNIX server with Apache as the server engine, MySQL/MariaDB as the database engine, and PHP as the primary server-side script language. It is also known as LAMP Stack. Usually, Lamp Stack is selected for the construction and development of high-performance websites […]

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how to configure master and slave dns server in centos 7

How to Install and configure Master /Slave DNS in Centos /RHEL 7.6 - LinuxTeck

This article will help you to set up DNS (Domain Name System) on Linux/Unix based system. DNS is mainly used to resolve host-names, which means it can easily bind IP addresses into a fully qualified domain name (FQDN) like www.linuxteck.com or www.google.com to IP addresses like 166.62.27.62 / 172.217.166.110. It is one of the basements […]

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