Install BIND in Red Hat 6 or CentOS 6 | As of Red Hat 6 and CentOS 6, the DNS server bind is super easy to get up and running. Here’s how it works! Install bind: $ sudo yum install bind Start bind – the service is called named $ sudo /etc/init.d/named start Generating /etc/rndc.key: [ OK ] Starting named: [ OK ] Done. If
Where is my RHEL 6 Installation Number? | Where is my RHEL 6 Installation Number? I can’t seem to find it. There isn’t one! Starting with RHEL 6, installation numbers are no longer used. See this page for more info. You will still have to register your system with RHN for software updates by supplying your RHN login.
Use CheckInstall When Installing From Source | Need to compile and install something from source? You should use checkinstall! What is checkinstall? CheckInstall creates a nice neat .deb (or rpm) of your sources which you can then easily install (and more importantly – easily UNinstall!). First, install checkinstall: sudo apt-get install checkinstall Then when compiling from source, first begin the process as
CentOS 5 NetInstall | How do I install CentOS 5 via a NetInstall iso? Instead of downloading huge CD or DVD images, consider just using the small CentOS netinstall iso image to install over the internet! First, download the small CentOS-[version-arch]-netinstall.iso from an available mirror: http://www.centos.org/mirrors/ For this example, I used the 64bit netinstall disc named: CentOS-5.5-x86_64-netinstall.iso Next, boot