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Configure CentOS to Sync with NTP Time Servers

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Welcome fellow admins. Over the years, I’ve encountered many questions on how to correctly configure our Linux hosts to sync time to our enterprise NTP Servers. So, I thought why not create an article that outlines in the simplest form possible the correct way to configure the NTP Client to synchronize with NTP Servers. So, […]

How to Install FreeRADIUS on Ubuntu

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The following article will show you how to install and configure a FreeRADIUS server on top of an Ubuntu host. RADIUS is used as an authentication server for users who connect and use a certain network service, such as VPN. RADIUS is a networking protocol that provides Authentication, Authorization and Accounting (AAA). This means that […]

Howto: Mount a Windows share on SLES linux using cifs

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This post is mainly for my own benefit.  I mount Windows shares on my SuSE linux box so infrequently, I have to dig through past notes to remind myself what the syntax is. To mount a Windows share on SLES linux using cifs: mount -t cifs -o username=jsmith //po5/gwdompri /mnt/po5/gwdompri where: jsmith is the user […]

Fix for Make Install / Compiler Issues with Intel e1000 NIC Driver in SLES 10

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How I was able to make and install the Intel e1000 NIC driver in SLES 10 Linux: Steps 1 through 3 under Building and Installation are simple enough to follow when making the Intel e1000 network card driver on SLES 10 SP2. 1. Move the base driver tar file to the directory of your choice.  For […]

Howto: Determine the Version of SLES Linux

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To determine the version of SuSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES), type the following in a terminal window: cat /etc/SuSE-release or SPident To determine which kernel version is in use, type the following in a terminal window: rpm -qf /boot/vmlinuz