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How to Check Your CentOS Version

The following command works with all CentOS versions. If you’d like to check your kernel version then visit our tutorial on How To Check the Kernel Version in Linux / Ubuntu / CentOSChecking your CentOS Versioncat…

How To Change the SNMP Port on CentOS

SNMP 101: The BasicsI. How To Install and Configure SNMP on CentOS II. How To Change the SNMP Port on CentOSIntroductionSNMP, or Simple Network Management Protocol, is widely used to communicate with and monitor network devices, servers,…

Featured Freeware: htop

Featured Freeware highlights some of the sxi.io Web staff’s favorite free software. This can range from useful command line tools, open-source packges useful in web-development, or even multi-platform applications. This week we are covering…

How to use ps

The command ps reports a snapshot of a system’s current processes.The ps command is very useful at getting a snapshot overview of what processes are currently running on a system.  This information can be extremely useful for…

Understanding localdomains and remotedomains

Due to the nature of the Internet, services for one domain do not need to be on one server. The website and email for a domain do not need to be on the same physical server. DNS is used to direct the traffic to the correct place, but DNS…