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Install Webmin on Fedora 22 Using DNF

You can install Webmin by either downloading and installing the RPM directly or you can add Webmin to your repo list then use DNF to install Webmin; I prefer the latter method. First, make sure your Fedora installation has the … Continue reading

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Installing Webmin Using YUM

I like to use webmin to administrate some aspects of my Linux servers but, for some strange reason, I’m not big on using an RPM to install or update it – I prefer YUM. Here’s how. Install the GPG key … Continue reading

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Installing Webmin Using YUM

One of the first and most useful packages I like to install once I have a Fedora server up and running is Webmin. This handy administration tool provides you with a web interface for configuring just about anything you could possibly … Continue reading

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Using Tail with Grep

I recently needed to search through my mail log to see if an email had been sent when someone told me it had been sent. I knew I could use grep for this but had no clue how to make … Continue reading

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That’s Not Good…

Well, this isn’t such good news. The short of it is that I made a stupid mistake and just wiped out the last year’s worth of work on this site, all because I used a “>” instead of a “<” … Continue reading

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