Im recently retired from my university job. I am looking for a laptop to run CentOS 6/7. My university was a traditional Dell site so Ive used Latitude laptops for years, currently E6500/E6510.Anybody got any experience of running CentOS on the ne..
For the last few updates Im having a yum problem.# yum updategives the following error for e.g.Running transactionUpdating : bash-4.2.45-5.el7_0.2.x86_641/10Error unpacking rpm package bash-4.2.45-5.el7_0.2.x86_64error: unpacking of archive failed..
I want to install 7.0 replacingan existing 6.5 installation.When I choose custom partitioning I can delete the old 6.5 partitions and create new partitions 7.0 but there doesnt appear to be any way to retain an existing partition, say /home for instan..
Ive just been checking my local copy of the CentOS repos. I found 200+ i386/i686 packagesin both the updates/5/RPMS and updates/6/Packages directories.I checked with my rsync site ( ftp.heanet.ie )and the equivalentUK site ( ftp.mirrorservice.org ) ..
I have a 24TB RAID6 disk with a GPT partition table on it. I need to partition it into 2 partitions one of 16TB and 1 of 8TB to put ext4 filesystems on both. But I really need to do this remotely. ( if I can get to the site I could use gparted )Now fd..
Ive just got possession of a Dell PE R720 with 2 MD1200 disk enclosures.Both MD1200 are fully populated with 12 x 3 TB disksThe system will basically be a student file-server running CentOS 6.xserving various size files from small c programs to mu..
Im looking for a command to extract lines from a large text file, a password file. A typical user has a username made from a letter followed by their id-number.m9718508:pw:9301:840: Lynch:/home/pgstud/m9718508:/bin/bashSo for instance if I need to extr..