Category: CentOS

CentOS Wget Install and Usage

CentOS Wget Install and Usage

When working with Linux, especially on the professional and enterprise environment, there’s always the necessity of downloading a number of files from the internet time to time. Especially in the professional environment that requires a lot of scripting, a suitable download manager is always welcome. For the enterprise, RHEL is the most suitable one as…

CentOS How to Install RPM

CentOS How to Install RPM

Whenever you’re running a Linux distro, it’s always a challenge to find all your necessary tools directly in the default repository. Granted, all the repositories of any Linux distro comes with a pretty large collection of default software and tools. However, in some cases, you may need to get software outside the repository and install…

CentOS Change Password

CentOS Change Password

Passwords are the oldest and yet, effective form of security measure that almost every single system in the world offers to protect privacy and user data. In the case of CentOS, it’s more important to make sure that everything is secure with a powerful password. However, in cases, passwords need to be changed. There can…

CentOS Package Search

CentOS Package Search

Whenever you’re looking for a package/software to enjoy, there are several ways you can get that into your Linux system. By default, the fastest and easiest method is to just tell the system’s package manager to install that package. Otherwise, you may need to download the source code, build it by yourself and then, install…

CentOS Install AWS CLI

CentOS Install AWS CLI

Amazon is one of the most popular service providers as far as cloud platforms. Using the service, any business can share computing power, content delivery, database storage and a number of additional functionalities. Thus, Amazon offers the best service for businesses to scale and grow.The most business-friendly offer that comes up with the AWS is…

How to Use EPEL on CentOS 7

How to Use EPEL on CentOS 7

The full form of EPEL is Extra Packages for Enterprise Linux. It is software package repository for Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) and CentOS. The EPEL repository is made available by the Fedora team. They provide free and open source packages that are not available in the official package repository of RHEL and CentOS to…

How to Check Version of CentOS

How to Check Version of CentOS

Red Hat Enterprise Linux or RHEL in short is a commercial Linux based operating system. RHEL provides paid support for its customers. While most of the softwares used in RHEL is the same as the standard versions of these software found in other Linux distributions such as Ubuntu/Debian, RHEL only gives support for these software….

How to List Users on CentOS 7

How to List Users on CentOS 7

Linux based operating systems such CentOS are designed to work with mass number of users at the same time. If you’ve ever used shared Linux based web hosting, then you may have noticed. Your username may be something like xyz_232323. It technically means there are lot of users and each of the users are numbered….

How to Add a User to a Group on CentOS 7

How to Add a User to a Group on CentOS 7

Linux is a multi-user operating system. It is designed from the start to work with many users simultaneously. Which user can do what operation can be configured very well on Linux. So even though many people shared the same computer, the users and their data was secured. On Linux systems, a user can’t access another…

How to List Installed Packages on CentOS 7

How to List Installed Packages on CentOS 7

Linux based operating systems such as CentOS have a modular packaging system. It helps reduce system file size and also makes package installation faster. CentOS is an RPM based distribution. The package files are distributed as an RPM archive. The RPM archives has the file extension .rpm. CentOS uses the YUM, an RPM package manager…