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RHCSA: Red Hat Permissions

Here is part 3 of the learning Red Hat sessions. This is an overview of everything permissions based. RHCSA MiniSeries Part 1 – How to use Grep and Regular Expressions (RegEx) Part 2 – How to manipulate files in RedHat Part 3 – Red Hat Permissions Part 4 – How...

RHCSA: How to use Grep and Regular Expressions (RegEx) with examples

What is the correct way to learn Red Hat/Linux/RHCSA? This is something I am asked about frequently, so I have put together this miniseries as a starter for RHCSA Certification. The skills required for the RHCSA are quite demanding, it is a very challenging exam, but the RHCSA salary is...

How to Install RSA SecureID authentication on Linux

What is RSA? Thanks for stopping by turbogeek.co.uk, be sure to check out my other content by clicking here. RSA SecureID access is essential in any IT deployment these days, RSA creates an additional layer of protection to your server infrastructure by adding multi-factor authentication. This guide focuses on RSA...

How to SSH directly to Google Cloud Platform (GCP) Linux instance?

The GCP console interface is very useful, but sometimes you may need to directly SSH from your on-premise infrastructure. This is particularly common after you migrate a Linux server from your own premises to GCP as the Google Daemon which provides Google Cloud console access typically will not be installed....

How to Install an OpenStack host

How into install OpenStack OpenStack is a fantastic open source cloud computing platform that allows you to create your own scalable infrastructure-as-as-service (IAAS) solution. This is a guide of how to install the OpenStack virtual cloud platform on the CentOS7 Operating system. It will work on Red Hat (RHEL), SUSE...

How to install Glances Linux server monitoring tool on CentOS

Installing Glances Linux Glances is a great tool for monitoring a server. Its full name is “Glances – an eye on your system” It gives detailed information about CPU, MEM, DISK, and server performance. Click here for Glances GitHub site – https://github.com/nicolargo/glances Here is a quick guide to installing Glances...