RHEL Howtos and Guides

Red Hat Enterprise Linux server tutorial for new and advanced users. Topic includes RHEL firewall, package management, Red Hat server security, various server configuration, mail-server, web-server, proxy-server, intrnet-server, file server and much more ( rss feed ).

Is there is a tool that can provide me a maximum of information (such as cpu, disk I/O, network, nfsd, memory and more) about my Linux/Unix server in a minimum of space in a terminal?

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I am a new CentOS / RHEL / Red Hat / Fedora Linux server user. I need to provide tidy library support using php. How do I install php-tidy on RHEL or CentOS Linux for Apache server?

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I would like to see detailed information on the history of yum transactions such as updates, deleted packages, and other information. How do I see history of yum commands on CentOS / RHEL 6.x based server? How do I undo or redo or rollback packages using yum command?

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How do I setup and manage a virtualized environment with Kernel based Virtual Machine (KVM) in CentOS or Red Hat Enterpise Linux version 6 server on IBM server? Can you provide step-by-step commands of how to install and manage Virtual Machines (VMs) on a physical server using KVM for RHEL/CentOS version 6.4?

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I operate a small web site on Cloud server powered by CentOS Linux v6.4. I would like to encrypt my site’s information and create a more secure connection. How do I create a self-signed SSL certificate on Nginx for CentOS/Fedora or Red Hat Enterprise Linux based server?

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I am running Red Hat Enterprise Linux on IBM based system. How do I display bandwidth usage on an interface by host in real time using command line option? How do I monitor bandwidth usage in a real time on RHEL or CentOS Linux based server? How can I install iftop utility on CentOS or RHEL server using the yum command?

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I am a new CentOS Linux user running my community site on production server. I want to update all packages except the Linux kernel on CentOS Linux. How can I prevent the yum command from updating the Linux kernel on CentOS/RHEL/Scientific/Fedora Linux server?

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