How to FSCK a Linux Filesystem

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There comes a time in every sysadmin’s life where filesystem errors just happen. Luckily, these are somewhat easy to fix, assuming you don’t have a greater problem involving physical hardware damage. First, you need to know the name of the disk device having the problem. Do a quick df to see what device the affected […]

Install FFMPEG On CentOS

This is the latest method of installing FFMPEG on Centos server. All the command line given below includes latest softwares and working URL’s. 1) Check which OS version you are using. cat /etc/redhat-release 2). Create a directory to for source file compilations cd /usr/local/src mkdir ffmpeg cd ffmpeg 3) Install yum repo for the FFMPEG […]

Get your own /64 IPv6 IPs without the help of your provider.

A lot of providers does not offers IPv6 yet, with tunnerlbroker.net you can get your own for free. Open this page: http://www.tunnelbroker.net/ Create an account Create Regular Tunnel: http://www.tunnelbroker.net/new_tunnel.php Type in the public ip of your vps (IPv4 Endpoint) Select one of the tunnel servers: Create tunnel Open the config tab: Copy&paste the text to […]

Install htop 2.0 – Better Linux Process Monitoring for RHEL, CentOS & Fedora

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htop is an interactive real time process monitoring application for Linux/Unix like systems and also a handy alternative to top command, which is default process monitoring tool that comes with pre-installed on all Linux operating systems. Htop has numerous other user-friendly features, which are not available under top command and they are: In htop you […]

/usr/bin/crontab permissions are wrong. Please set to 4755

If you are receiving the error “/usr/bin/crontab permissions are wrong. Please set to 4755” when in the cron section of cPanel, the commands below may correct the error for Redhat/CentOS/Fedora servers. Log into the server via ssh or the console as root and run: PHP Code: yum -y install vixie-cron crontabs chmod 4755 /usr/bin/crontab