Category Archives: Linux

Installing Docker on Linux Mint

Ok, so first things first. This is not a ground shaking post of revelation, and ultimately all the information you need can be found directly from Docker, but like all good posts this is intended to address any confusion or … Continue reading

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Setting up Samba on Linux Mint (the easy way)

The Server Message Block (SMB) Protocol is a network file sharing protocol introduced by Microsoft and can be incredibly useful when moving files across multiplatform machines (particularly if your primary machine is a Windows desktop). Samba is a file and … Continue reading

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Configuring Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.2 for YUM without a Redhat Subscription

It has been a very long time since I have installed a Redhat Enterprise Linux distribution having tended to prefer Ubuntu based distributions (such as Linux Mint) or CentOS if I really wanted a Redhat derivative (although for Oracle Database … Continue reading

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