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  • Linux: How to get logs from Linux
    Answer:   Location /var/log Or  /var/logs   Other Methods sudo tail -f /var/log/syslog  sudo less -f /var/log/syslog sudo more -f /var/log/syslog sudo cat /var/log/syslog ...
  • Linux: How to delete files by date
    Answer:   This will delete the content of the specified folder without deleting folders, just files.   find /var/Vol1/* -mtime +29 -exec rm -f {} \; ...
  • Linux: How to SSH without password
    Answer:     For passwordless login, hit enter when asked for password then hit enter again for default name. mkdir .ssh #not needed in most casesssh-keygen -t rsa -b ...
  • Linux: How to backup home directory
    Answer:   cd /home/ find . -depth -print0 | cpio --null --sparse -pvd /backup/home/ ...
  • Linux: How to Mount Windows shares from fstab
    Answer:   This works well on Centos //192.168.1.50/temperature /var/www/html/hot  cifs password=ASF1f02@2,username=KoocooMonster   This works for Ubuntu //192.168.1.50/apps  /media/192.168.1.50 cifs workgroup=NDS2K,password=ASF1f02@2,username=KoocooMonster 0  0   ...
  • Linux: How to split large files
    Answer:   To split split /media/storage1/Largefile.zip /media/APPS2/slize/export.1   To join   cat export.1* > NEWFILENAME ...
  • Linux: How to rename a file with date stamped
    Answer:   Assuming that you have a directory /logs This is the actual command that runs on one of my  cron jobs.     logwatch --detail=High --range=Today >/logs/watchdog.txt  && mv /logs/watchdog.txt ...
  • Linux: Squid Proxy
    Answer:   Squid is a caching proxy for the Web supporting HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, and more. It reduces bandwidth and improves response times by caching and reusing ...
  • Linux: How to add remote SMTP server to Postfix
    Answer:   Edit 'main.cf' file, create/edit a line as follows: Centos and Ubuntu location /etc/postfix/main.cf     relayhost = smtp.west.cox.net ...
  • Linux: How to check memory in Linux
    Answer:  This is helpful to see the type of memory you need to purchase, in case of upgrades or replacements.   sudo dmidecode --type 17   # dmidecode 3.0Getting ...

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