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Linux Change Password Using passwd Command Over SSH

Linux Change Password Using passwd Command Over SSH

How do change my password using the passwd command over ssh based session?

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How To Create sar Graphs With kSar To Identifying Linux Bottlenecks

How To Create sar Graphs With kSar To Identifying Linux Bottlenecks

The sar command output can be used for identifying server bottlenecks. However, analyzing information provided by sar can be difficult, so use kSar tool. kSar takes sar command output and plots a nice easy to understand graph over a period of time.

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Vmware Linux Guest Add a New Hard Disk Without Rebooting Guest

Vmware Linux Guest Add a New Hard Disk Without Rebooting Guest

This procedure, adding physical block devices to virtualized guests, describes how to add a hard drive on the host to a virtualized guest using VMWare software running Linux as guest.

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FreeBSD Change Hostname without reboot

FreeBSD Change Hostname without reboot

I am a new FreeBSD user. How do I change hostname in FreeBSD using the command line option? You need to use the hostname command to show the name of the current host. The root user can set the hostname by supplying an argument to the hostname command. However, editing the file is a good … Continue reading “FreeBSD Change Hostname without reboot”

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Linux / Unix: Find And List All Hidden Files Recursively

Linux / Unix: Find And List All Hidden Files Recursively

In the Unix and Linux based system, a hidden file is nothing but file name that starts with a “.” (period). You can not see hidden files with the bare ls command.

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