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  1. Please reupload to another hoster, I hate this captchas... Thanks, TimeWarp
  2. Please reupload to another hoster, I hate this captchas... Thanks, TimeWarp
  3. Hey daulex, yes, if I remember correct it was an HTTP-repo. With it you can update the kernel, the boot-loader than gets updated automatically and the new kernel should start. You dont have to edit grub.conf Greetings, TimeWarp
  4. As I said, I only started a service with systemctl start ... and activated it with systemctl enable ... I dont know for sure if it was correct, but I think it was.
  5. Hi, maybe you should start by reading some Red Books from IBM, for example: IBM Tivoli Storage Manager as a Data Protection Solution Tivoli Storage Manager for Virtual Environments: Data Protection for VMware Solution Design Considerations That should make a good start. Also in my time as TSM admin I liked to work with the management tool TSMManager, its not free but it is worth the money. Greetings, TimeWarp
  6. I used this student book: [hide][Hidden Content]] A1. No, I didnt need to, it worked without changing firewall-settings. But if you need to, there is an easy way via GUI (remember to change to Permanent setting) for firewalld: firewall-config
  7. Hi csdrajkot, 1. No, i didnt flush it. I dont think you need it. 2. I think it should be most of the questions, but I cant guarantee it. 3. Remember that the VM get rebootet before testing your results, so all settings should survive a reboot. 4. Most of the things are needed in daily business, some of them via self learning and of course the RHCS Rapid Track Course. Not much new except Auto-Mount and NFS. What also helped me was training with an CentOS 7 VM and re-doing the practice from the Student Book. Greetings, TimeWarp
  8. What do you mean by differences? This should be most of the questions and if you learn you should make this easily.
  9. Yes, its almost the same. The only things differ are the sizes and usernames. Also there is no iptables / http / ftp.
  10. Yeah I have attended the exam some time and made it
  11. Hey folks, I want to share some questions from the EX200 RHCSA RHEL 7 Exam: 1. Reset root password (adding rd.break to Grub2 boot options, remounting RW and chrooting /sysroot, passwd, touch /.autorelabel) 2. Set network settings and hostname 3. Set SELinux into enforcing mode (/etc/selinux/config) 4. Add user with specific supplementary groups, uid and shell 5. Create new SWAP partition with fdisk, mkswap and /etc/fstab 6. Create new LVM partition / PV / VG / LV with specific filesystem and size 7. Extend an LV and the filesystem on it 8. Create a shared folder (set GUID-bit) 9. Create a connection to LDAP (system-config-auth) 10. Use the NFS-automounter for spezific folder 11. Activate and start services via systemctl 12. Find files of specific user 13. Grep specific parts of a file and write them to another file 14. Use ACLs on files 15. Create an zipped TAR-archiv 16. Update the kernel via new YUM-repo 17. Create a new YUM-repo 18. Create a Cronjob for specific user This list didnt claimes to be complete, but most of the things should be in there. If you have any questions feel free to ask in this thread. Greetings, TimeWarp
  12. Hey folks, I want to give you all something back for helping me with my learning efforts, so I want to share the following PDF: [hide][Hidden Content]] It is a scan of the RH199 - RHCSA Rapid Track Course for RHEL 7 - Student Workbook Greetings, TimeWarp
  13. Hi all, somebody has the following ebook? SpamAssassin: A Practical Guide to Integration and Configuration by Alistair McDonald [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] Thanks, TimeWarp
  14. Found it here in PDF-format: [Hidden Content] But the book has only 168 pages...
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