There are numbers of tutorials on the net on how to configure access from one machine to another without typing a password.
Here is the real way to do it.
First generate a pair of keys:
ssh-keygen -t rsa
It’s important to choose a passphrase. Don’t leave it blank.
Then you need to copy the public key to the other server
ssh-copy-id -i .ssh/id_rsa.pub>
Make sure that ssh-agent is running.
Add a key using ssh-add
Should be working.
opens an xterm with console messages
Sometimes it can be hard to resolve a dependency with rpms.
rpm -qpl *
will show the list of all the files installed with a list of rpm in the running directory.
rpm -qpl * | grep libcc
will show me the files that resolve a specific dependency.
Finding more information with man pages
man -a intro (and press q)
shows the list of man books:
1 – introduction to user commands
2 – system calls
3 – library functions
4 – special files
5 – file formats
6 – games
7 – overview, conventions, and miscellany section
8 – administration and privileged commands
Xen is the virtualization tool for Redhat.
3 packages are needed: kernel-xen, xen, virt-manager
in order to create a new virtual machine:
in order to start, create, destroy, stop, list virtual machines:
virtsh or xm
graphical user interface: