Tag Archives: Linux

Linux: Using “Screen” command

This is a very useful tool I only discovered today. Screen is a full-screen window manager that allows you to manage multiple shell sessions from one terminal window or console, view multiple shell sessions at the same time, and even … Continue reading

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How to know what version of Linux is being used (Red Hat)

Some commands to find out what version of Linux is running on a system, along with kernel and CPU types. Note: These commands have only been tested on a Red Hat environment. 1) Get Linux version: # cat /etc/issue e.g. … Continue reading

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Ant Errors: “Perhaps JAVA_HOME does not point to the JDK”

In this case, I was working on a Linux environment (RHEL Server 6.2) which had previously been using the OpenJDK version of Java. For dev purposes, I was required to remove OpenJDK and install an IBM JDK instead. After this, … Continue reading

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Linux: FTP issues #1

Below are some problems and solutions that were encountered when attempting to make an FTP connection between two new machines on a network. For the purposes of this post, I shall refer to the machines as Server1 and Client1. It … Continue reading

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