Can I install on ReiserFS, JFS, or XFS?

Yes, you can install Fedora on ReiserFS, JFS, or XFS. None of these file systems are officially supported by the Fedora Project. (That means that you can use them, but you won’t find a lot of official help from the Fedora Project if things go wrong.) At the installer prompt,

How do I update my system with yum?

Use the update option to upgrade all of your Fedora system software to the latest version with one operation. To perform a full system update, type this command: su -c ‘yum update’ At the prompt, enter the root password. If you want to automatically update your system The yum package

What is Udev?

udev provides a dynamic device directory containing only the files for actually present devices. It creates or removes device node files usually located in the /dev/ directory, or it renames network interfaces. As part of the hotplug subsystem, udev is executed if a kernel device is added or removed from

How do I mount the partition?

Run the following command: mount -t type device dir where – type – the format of the device for e.g in windows the format is fat32 winnt partion etc.. In unix, it is ext2.. ext3.. device the partition device file dir is the mount directory

What is Kernel Panic?

A kernel panic is a message displayed by an operating system upon detecting an internal system error from which it cannot recover. Kernel panics often provide cryptic debugging information that is useful only to the developers of the operating system. Attempts by the operating system to read an invalid or

How do I add additional alias IP addresses in CentOS or Fedora?

The steps to add additional IP’s are: Login into the server as the root user: Change to /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts directory cd /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts Assuming that the network interface name is eth0 cp ifcfg-eth0 as ifcfg-eth0:1 Edit the ifcfg-eth0:1 file and change the DEVICE parameter to DEVICE=eth0:1 Change the other parameters in the

How to Update Sources and Ports via cvsup in FreeBSD

Install cvsup-without-gui from ports:   cd /usr/ports/net/cvsup-without-gui   make install   Copy the cvsup recipes to /usr/local/etc:   cp /usr/share/examples/cvsup/stable-supfile /usr/local/etc/stable-supfile   cp /usr/share/examples/cvsup/ports-supfile /usr/local/etc/ports-supfile   Edit the cvsup recipes for both stable and ports — you just need to specify the server to use (for example cvsup4.us.FreeBSD.org):   ee

How to Recompile the FreeBSD Kernel

The below example is for SMP, Quotas, and Firewall support. Sources must be installed to recompile the kernel. If sources are not on the server type: /stand/sysinstall and go to configure>Package>Sources. cd /usr/src/sys/i386/conf cp GENERIC SMP edit the SMP file and add the following under the options section: #Added options

Apache logs for freeBsd

Tha Apache logs can be found in hte following path on a FreeBSD server. /hsphere/local/var/httpd/logs

How To : Change Date on FreeBSD

date yymmddhhmm yy = year mm = month dd = date hh = hours mm = mins If you do not give ss = seconds, OS takes it as 1 st sec of the minute.