Linux Centos Redhat maintenance change write partition for /etc/fstab

Just after login into maintenance mode


mount -w -o remount /
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How to install Samba server on red hat or fedora linux server

Triying to share files to windows server by network, one way is using a samba server.

sudo yum install samba samba-client

Edit config file, edir the [glocal] config setting the WORKGROUP, and the networks interfaces allow to the samba service and on the end of the config file  check the access for the share files mappping. Remenber that the shared files has to be permission for the group.

sudo gedit /etc/samba/smb.conf

Create a samba user with an already user from the OS linux

sudo smbpasswd -a OLD_USER

Start samba service

sudo /etc/init.d/smb start

Check startup Samba service

/sbin/chkconfig --list smb

Enable samba service in startup server (just in case)

Enable samba service on FIrewall


Enable samba service on SELinux, go to Boolean Menu and enable samba


Test Samba access from localhost with OLDUSER

smbclient -L localhost -U OLDUSER

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Share Internet using Fedora – NAT like a gateway to outside access

Muchos, creo yo, querrán compartir la salida a Internet con alguna pequeña subred que posean en su casa (1 o más equipos), y eso es lo que hace un router, aquí detallaré los pasos seguidos con Fedora para dejarlo como router.

Para efectos que se entienda este ejemplo, tengan en cuenta que el PC tiene dos tarjetas de red, eth0 que esta conectada a Internet y que esta configurada como dhcp-client , ip fija, red de marcado, etc… y eth1 que tiene IP fija por la que convidaremos Internet a la subred.


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Fedora Boot process

Fedora – The Boot Process

Fedora 2 boots is the usual Red Hat way. Its initscripts are more or less similar in the various RedHat versions, as it often happens when a process is tested and mature enought to not need particular changes.

Boot Loader
Fedora’s default boot loader is Grub, the directory /boot/grub/ contains all the configuration files and the binaries.


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