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Spotify installation on Fedora 17 64-bit

What follows are exact commands for Fedora 17 (Might work with 16 still, not sure), I decided I would post the hoops I jump through to get Spotify running again.  In case you don’t know what Spotify is, it’s a … Continue reading

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Nagios and NagiosQL on RHEL6 Part 1: The Installation

This guide is for setting up the Nagios monitoring software along with NagiosQL for easy web configuration on a RHEL6 platform.  I use Nagios for server monitoring because it’s free, open source, and very reliable.  NagiosQL really helps take the … Continue reading

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Toggl Desktop client for Fedora 16 64-bit

Here are instructions for converting the Toggl Desktop deb to an rpm and installing.  As always, this guide assumes that your Fedora has all the updates installed, if not, run the following as root: yum -y update First, we need … Continue reading

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Running Minecraft on Fedora 16

The following is a guide to getting the popular game Minecraft running on your Fedora 16 system.  This guide should work for most versions of Fedora, but I only tested with the latest version. First, you need to install the … Continue reading

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Setup a Windows/Mac file server with Samba and Netatalk on RHEL6 in Active Directory

Okay, for this post, I am going to presume that you attached your RHEL6 server to the domain using the settings from my previous RHEL6 AD authentication guide.  If not, please click on that link and go there to set … Continue reading

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Attaching a RHEL6 server install to Active Directory for authentication

This guide presumes a clean install of RHEL6.1 with the Basic Server install with no custom packages chosen and the server is registered to RHN already.  This is the basic steps you can take to attach the server to an … Continue reading

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