Set Password or SSH Key for CentOS Cloud Images | CentOS provides cloud images for various cloud environments such as Openstack, RHV, Azure, or just KVM. It is possible to alter user passwords or SSH keys on these images without using cloud-init! This is nifty for use in Jenkins, Packer, local dev work or other use cases to just write changes to the image so it is ready to go. Check this out!
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Desktop Review | While mainly used as a mission critical server distribution of Linux, Red Hat also offers a Desktop Workstation version. Here is a quick review of the latest Red Hat 6.1 Workstation release! Why run RHEL Workstation for a Desktop Linux choice? If you are a small or large business, you may wish to have uniform
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.