How to install and enable GUI GNOME Desktop on centos 7

Linux Article

Usually CentOS 7 comes in a numbers of variants, For most users, there are two major options are the GUI installation. or the minimal installation, and in most cases users prefer to use minimal installation which use remote shell commands. In this article we will talk about switching from minimal…

Continue reading

6,084 total views, 19 views today

Set mysql root password after new installation on Linux

MySQL Article

Set mySQL root password If you install a fresh MySQL database server on Linux, the root account within MySQL has no password set yet. To set the root password : first login to your server using ssh as administrator privileges and  Issue the following command: /usr/bin/mysqladmin -u root password ‘your-new-password’…

Continue reading

1,258 total views, no views today

Backup Files in Linux using Rsync Command Line

Xsofthost Article

What is rsync Rsync stands for remote sync which was written by Andrew Tridgell and Paul Mackerras back in 1996. It’s one of the most used and powerfull ‘tools’ in the UNIX world and almost a standard for syncing data. Most Linux distributions have rsync pre-installed, but if it’s not…

Continue reading

1,780 total views, no views today

Linux “df” Commands to Check Disk Space

Linux Shell Commands

What is df command The df command stand for “disk filesystem“, it is used to get full summary of available and used disk space usage of file system on Linux system. Check File System Disk Space Usage df command displays device name information , total blocks, total disk space, used…

Continue reading

3,908 total views, no views today

How to Reset/Recover a Forgotten root Password On Linux OS

EV Certificate

Main Steps to Reset/Recover root password on LINUX If you forgot your root password from our dedicated server ,there are two major actions to reset the root password. the following will describe how to go through reset your root password via rescue mode on dedicated server on both Softraid and…

Continue reading

1,824 total views, 2 views today

How to change Centos Hostname server

Linux Shell Commands

Every server is started with the server’s given name as the hostname. Sometimes when the server host some  softwares, such as cPanel, that requires a valid Fully Qualified Domain Name (FQDN) for the hostname to be used during their licensing verification system. So its important to set the FQDN hostname…

Continue reading

1,328 total views, 2 views today

Linux and Unix chown command Change owner Help and examples

Xsofthost Article

What is Linux chown Command chown is an administrator command is used to change the owner user and/or group of each given file or directory. chown Command syntax chown Command options -c, –changes : like verbose but report only when a change is made. –reference=RFILE :use RFILE’s owner and group rather…

Continue reading

2,284 total views, 2 views today

Linux and Unix chmod command tutorial and Examples

Linux Shell Commands

What is chmod Linux command chmod command or “change mode command”, and as that name implies, the chmod command is used to change the mode of Unix/Linux files.In other words its used to define the way a file can be accessed. chmod Linux command Syntax the three sections are: Options…

Continue reading

1,706 total views, 2 views today

How to create User and Grant Permission In MySQL on Linux Command Line

Linux Article

MySQL Linux Commands We are going to take a quick tour of common Linux command to deal with MySQL database: Login to MySQL in Linux using command line To login to MySQL database run the following command: mysql -u root -p Enter password: mysql> By passing -u parameter as login…

Continue reading

1,991 total views, no views today