Monit is a free open-source tool used to manage and monitor processes, programs, files, directories and filesystems on a local or remote LINUX/UNIX systems. Monit conducts automatic maintenance and repair and can execute meaningful causal actions in error situations.
Looking for a typing tutor to increase your typing speed and accuracy? Here is a command-line typing tutor (GNU Typist also known as gtypist). Most people having a Windows OS background will know the GUI Mavis Beacon typing tutor. GNU Typist (also called gtypist) is a free and universal command-line typing tutor which can help […]
ProxmoxVE is a complete open-source virtualization management solution for servers. It is based on KVM and container-virtualization and manages virtual machines, storage, virtualized networks, and HA Clustering. Proxmox VE 3.0 is released. It’s based on the great Debian 7.0 release and introduces a great new feature set – VM Templates and Clones. Under the hood, […]
Hi Unixmen readers, Fedora 19 ‘Schrödinger’s Cat‘ has just been released in its Beta stage with a bunch of features. Today we’ll see some of the features, but won’t cover everything until the final release. But we wanted to make sure our readers are the first to read/know about this incredible upcoming release by the […]
LibreOffice 4.1 Beta 1 has finally arrived and once again highlights the exceptional talent of the 600+ developers working under the aegis of The Document Foundation to build one of the greatest office productivity on the open source program.
Telnet is a network protocol which is used to connect to remote computers over TCP/IP network. You can make a connection to a remote host using telnet. Once you establish a connection to the remote computer, it becomes a virtual terminal and will allow you to communicate with the remote host from your computer. Installing […]
We have already shown you how to create a local repository on Ubuntu systems. Today we are going to learn about setting up local yum repository on CentOS 6.4 and other RPM based distributions. As I noted in my previous tutorial about local repository, if you have to installed software, security updates and fixes often […]
If you have to install software, security updates and fixes often in multiple systems in your local network, then having a local Ubuntu repository is an efficient way. Because all required packages are downloaded over the fast LAN connection from your local server, so that it will save your internet bandwidth and reduces the annual […]