Monthly Archives: April 2014

RHEL6-Windows integration paper.

If you are working in a RHEL6-Windows environment, Red Hat recently released an update of its Integrating Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 with Active Directory document, written by Mark Heslin. In the Red Hat Reference Architecture Series, this paper presents

Posted in RHEL6

RHEL 7 Release Candidate publicly available.

As previously announced, Red Hat just released the RHEL 7 Release Candidate. This version can be downloaded from the Red Hat ftp site. Source: Phoronix website.

Posted in RHEL7

RHEL 7 Release Candidate.

Yesterday, during Red Hat annual Summit was announced the RHEL 7 Release Candidate. This is the near-final version of the OS resulting from the beta program feedback. This version will be made available to the public during the week of

Posted in RHEL7

Security configuration guidance.

If you are serious about security, there is one place where you need to go: it’s the aqueduct project website. There, you will find all the security configuration guidances to strengthen your RHEL servers. Even better, as it takes a

Posted in RHEL6

RHCSA7: Task of the day

Allowed time: 5 minutes.
Create two users "tom" and "engine". "tom" has the UID/GID 3000 and "engine" the UID/GID 4000. "engine" doesn't have an interactive shell.

RHCE7: Task of the day

Allowed time: 10 minutes.
Set up a caching-only DNS server.

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Poll for favorite RHEL 7 book

What is your favorite RHEL 7 book to prepare RHCSA & RHCE exams?

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Poll for most difficult RHCSA 7 topic

What do you think is the most difficult RHCSA 7 topic?

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Poll for most difficult RHCE 7 topic

What do you think is the most difficult RHCE 7 topic?

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