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Find version of OS installed on the server
Find version of OS installed on the server

Hi friends , in this content you will learn how to find version of OS installed on the server ! just run this commands in SSH :

Code:
cat /etc/*release

or

Code:
cat /etc/*issue


On CentOS 5 you will see :

Code:
[root@server62 ~]# cat /etc/*release
    CentOS release 5 (Final)
    [root@server62 ~]#



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Update Cent OS kernel with YUM !
It is very easy , you must just follow this instructions:

1. Find your yum.conf file:
# find yum.conf

2. Verify your yum.conf file:
# nano /etc/yum.conf
“Exclude” line should be something like this:
exclude=courier* apache* mod_ssl* httpd* perl mysql* php* spamassassin* exim*
Note:kernel* should not be excluded on “exclude” line

3. Upgrade kernel using:
- If you have 1 proc:
# yum upgrade kernel
- For dual proc use:
# yum upgrade kernel-smp

When upgrade is complete,
Set “de
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How to Install VNC Remote Desktop on Ubuntu OS
I have a linux Ubuntu 9.04 VPS that I would like to have GUI and use it as remote desktop pc just like what we can do with Windows XP. Here are the steps that I run.

1. Most of the VPS that delivered by VPS hosting provider is minimal setup of linux, it means that most of the time it only have SSH server installed and the other services such as HTTP server, FTP server, Mail server must be installed by our self. The default setup of VPS linux also doesn’t have window manager (GUI) hence we must