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I am migrating an old Perl project from an unsupported OS to Fedora Linux 38. However, I discovered that Perl is not installed by default, while Python 3 is. This seems ridiculous. Anyway, here is how to install Perl in Fedora Linux including latest version of mod_perl with Apache (HTTPD) and get on with your life.
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Wget is a command-line tool to download files from the Internet or local servers. It is not a graphical user interface (GUI) program, and it must be used by typing commands into a terminal application. You can download files from the web. It supports HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, and other protocols. It can mirror entire websites or directories. Wget can resume downloads interrupted due to a network error or a power outage. Wget can start the download again from where it left off. Thus saving you bandwidth and download time. Let us see how to install wget under Fedora Linux.
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One of my PHP and bash scripts depends upon less command to display the help system to other users. But, whenever they run less on a particular version of CentOS or RHEL cloud server, they get an error that reads as: “bash: less: command not found.” How do I install less utility on CentOS or RHEL (Red Hat Enterprise Linux)/Fedora Linux server? How can I configure Linux containers such as Docker or Podman to install less automatically?
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FirewallD is a front-end CLI app that helps to protect your Linux computer from bad guys. You can turn on logging in FirewallD to see a list of all the bad guys that it has stopped. To do this, you must open a terminal application and type special commands. Once you turn on logging, you can see a list of all the dropped packets of information that FirewallD has stopped. The commands work under CentOS/RHEL (Red Hat Enterprise Linux)/Suse/OpenSUSE Linux. Here is how to enable FirewallD logging for denied packets on Linux operating systems.
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