Package Manager Search Commands

In a given week, I touch maybe a half dozen different Operating Systems/Distributions. Some are similar to others (centos, rhel), some–not so much (solaris). The common commands are easy enough to remember ( @ls@ vs @dir@ ), but I always forget how to search through each OS’s package manager for a software package. For my . . . → Read More: Package Manager Search Commands

Enabling SELinux strict on RHEL5

I’ve been playing around with SELinux at work recently. Not surprisingly, I was struggling to get SELINUXTYPE=strict to work properly. Unfortunately, all “google results for ‘enabling selinux strict’ would return were dead ends. People would enable selinux strict, kernel panic, and ‘fix’ it by disabling selinux.

Well, a co-worker of mine *was* able to successfully . . . → Read More: Enabling SELinux strict on RHEL5

Install “build-essential” on RHEL/CentOS and OpenSolaris

Debian

If you want to be able to compile packages in debain/ubunutu, you can issue the following command:

apt-get install build-essential

 

Red Hat

If you want to be able to compile packages in red hat/centos, you can issue the following command:

yum install make gcc gcc-c++ kernel-devel

…or, if you don’t care about maintaining . . . → Read More: Install “build-essential” on RHEL/CentOS and OpenSolaris