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Why Does Your Business Need a Linux Server

The value of IT organizations is that working with modern digital solutions helps businesses become more productive and agile. There is also the opportunity to innovate and automate the business environment. Current workloads must be portable and scalable, whether they run on bare metal, virtual machines, containers, private or public clouds. All of this requires […]

Linux Interview Questions and Answers – Part 3

This is the third part of Linux Interview Questions and Answers series, if you go through some of our previous parts you may get an idea to prepare yourself for an interview. Series: Interview questions you may like to go through. Linux Interview Questions and Answers – Part 1 Linux Interview Questions and Answers – […]

Create Raid Configuration File ( /etc/mdadm.conf ) – Linux

RAID refers to a redundant array of independent disks; it helps you to combine multiple storage disks into a single logical unit. Data is distributed to across disks, depends upon Raid level used. Normally Linux system doesn’t automatically remember all the components that are part of the RAID set. This information has to be added […]

How to install Microsoft TrueType Fonts in CentOS 6 / RHEL 6

When you are reading document using LibreOffice or OpenOffice, you might need Microsoft True Type fonts if documents were created using Word or PowerPoint because MS office uses MS True Type fonts. Also, Most web pages are designed for Microsoft fonts. You can find it in the style-sheet, where they specify fonts. In CentOS 6 […]