Solve This (? + ? + ?=30)
If 1111=R, 2222=T, 3333=E, 4444=N Then 5555=?
Guess the Hindi Muhawara from the following whatsapp Emoticons?
Sweet, Medicine, Film, Girl, City, Car, Place, Doggy all are name same, guess which word it is?
Guess me who am I, I am the first on earth, the second in heaven...
A girl is blind, deaf, dumb and uneducated too. A boy loves her. How would he propose without touching her?
Four Question, One Answer: One River Name, One Flower Name, One Film Name, One Actress Name?
Which Indian cricketer is known as "Brown Bradman"?
Which of the countries has had a prime minister whose name featured the name of his country?
Which Indian company has become the official sponsor of the Afghanistan cricket team for the 2019 ICC World Cup?
Google found nothing in this list archives for me but did find this :
Before I just go try that on one of my systems can someone confirm that it works?
I'm running RHEL 5.7 so I guess I'd replace the 5.4 in the URL with 5.7. Basically I let my RHEL licenses run out (never really used them) and am getting warnings now from yum. Want to just switch over to the CentOS repos.
This CentOS wiki article will help you:
(section "Migration an existing system from RHEL5 to CentOS 5")
It seems that RHEL 7 will only support 64 bit. Is this correct, and what for Centos 7? Also the ARM info I found was the target is ARMv8 which is 64 bit, not the ARMv7 which is 32bit.
I have a binary of my software built on centos though its working on RHEL but not sure if will work in all cases.
Is there any catch or should we do through testing on RHEL.
In Cent-OS, If i press any special character from my keyboard it is giving some other character output display. Which i have not intended/pressed.
For example, If i press @ from keyboard the actual display character in output i am getting is "
Reversal is also same. It is happening with all special characters on keyboard. Help me out for this.
In my RHEL system I have enabled a port using,
/usr/bin/firewall-cmd --zone=public --add-port=50000/tcp --permanent
Now how will I disable it? Can anyone help?
I've seen several articles that listed Centos 6.x as vulnerable, but DID NOT LIST RHEL 6.
I'd think that if Centos 6.x is vulnerable, then so would RHEL 6.x, since Centos is made from RHEL sources.
Does anyone know for sure either way?
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