Git is a version control system used for the up keep of your software. It’s sort of like a back up of your software which you can revert to incase of any errors or incorrect code change I am documenting a few Git commands that can be used with any Linux Distro. Installing Git on […]
I was building a rpmpackage for Tengine the Dynamic Module loading Nginx fork. As usual since there was a no decent tutorial I decided to write my own. Warning: DO NOT try as root for obvious Reasons First Install the necessary packages. sudo yum install rpm-build sudo yum install redhat-rpm-config Create the rpmbuild directories [userid@hostname […]
Here’s a list of stuff I user everyday and other email admins will also be using, Let me know if I missed anything List/Print current mail queue # postqueue –p # mailq If it’s a huge que, you can pipe it with tail # mailq | tail Flush the queue # postqueue -f Schedule immediate […]
This Configuration is for CentOS 6, it should also work on Centos 5 although I have not tried it. This guide is for those who have basic linux command line knowledge. I use atomic repo, as they have the latest updates, you can use epel, the choice is yours. But if there is any vulnerability […]
1 – stdout 2 – stderr This means redirect echo’s output to stderr, with a message on how to use the script, there needs to be exactly three arguments. All error conditions should go to stderr.