On August 24th 2016 Linux turned 25 years old. It has become an essential piece towards the evolution of technology in many ways.
“Linux has become the largest shared technology on the planet and has changed the world in more ways than one can imagine. (…) Continue reading “Linux Turns 25”
The most used method to transfer files among servers is scp. However, an alternative method is by piping cat and ssh.
From your local machine, you want to send “telnet” to “hostname7.site.com“.
# cat telnet-0.17-59.el7.ppc64.rpm | ssh firstname.lastname@example.org "cat - > /root/telnet-0.17-59.el7.ppc64.rpm"
Here’s how to search for ‘alien‘ under all directories excluding the ‘Repositories‘ folder
$ grep -R --exclude-dir=Repositories alien *
Some ways to get USB adapters and devices information in your system:
Continue reading “Useful USB commands”
First change to root user, and then issue the below command:
# csum -h MD5 <file>
Send your id_rsa.pub to file /root/.ssh/known_hosts on the server
You can copy the public key into the new machine’s authorized_keys file with the ssh-copy-id command (make sure to replace the example username and IP address below). Continue reading “Logging in with public keys”
Knowing the physical location of an adapter can be done physically (by looking at the main board of your system and searching for your adapter) or remotely, and that can be a little tricky.
In order to remotely know the platform location of an adapter in your Power System, you need to perform 3 steps: Continue reading “Platform location of an adapter”