My docker usage cheat sheet is a simplified version on this fantastic one on GitHub. I followed the structure I used for my apparently popular Slurm user cheatsheet. What it does Command List active dockers docker ps List all dockers … Continue reading
I will base my docker on the katacoda online tutorial. I will suppose you have the docker installed on a CentOS 7 system. We want to run a container that will be visible in our intranet, based on a nginx … Continue reading
Following up what I previously wrote here, I will now create an on-the-fly docker (??) check what is there, and destroy it. That is to say, without a dockerfile, but using a command. I use the instructions on the official … Continue reading
Scenario: The system needs to be updated. Before that, an AD user can log in no problem with kerberos credentials, the client is online and all the systems are up and running. Then I do yum update, no special tags … Continue reading
E molto facile e divertente. But I tend to forget the commands. First we list the existing kernels: #> yum list kernel Loaded plugins: fastestmirror, langpacks Loading mirror speeds from cached hostfile * base: centos.alpha-labs.net * centosplus: artfiles.org * epel: … Continue reading
It is done similar to Windows 7. Just to save your time, in my case it didn’t work enabling some of the firewall rules: Click Advanced Settings on the left. From the left pane of the resulting window, click … Continue reading
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