CentOS

Get NIC working in Hyper V for CentOS

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Create a new VM in Hyper V – 2GB ram, 60GB disk, using CentOS-6.4x86_64-minimal.iso from Public Mirror list from www.centos.org (If moving VM – you will need to modify MAC address in the /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0 file) and then: After completing this now we need to reload udev configuration to reflect the changes:start_udev Create the /etc/sysconfig/network file. This […]

CentOS

Vi Text Editor Commands

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As a brief introduction to vi, go through the following: First, type vi x at the Unix prompt. Assuming you did not already have a file named x, this command will create one. (If you have tried this example before, x will already exist, and vi will work on it. If you wish to start the example […]

CentOS

Installing WordPress on CentOS 5/6

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Article ID: 3643 Last updated on August 14, 2013 Authored by: Kyle Laffoon WordPress is a content management system originally developed for blogging, but has beed greatly expanded through widgets, themes and plugins. Complete the following steps to install WordPress on a CentOS 5/6. Pre-reqs Clean installation of CentOS 5/6, MySQL, Apache and PHP on your server. WordPress software from http://wordpress.org/download/ uncompressed in a local repository […]

apache

Apache Virtual Host Containers in Separate Files

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1. Introduction With the size of the Apache configuration file what it is, it can be easier to find and change a virtual host container (configurations) if the settings are in separate files.  This isn’t strictly recommended by the upstream documentation, but is a common manual extension to make the system more manageable.  All manual […]