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STIG (Security Technical Implementation Guides) automation

Has anyone here found the best way to STIG a version of RHEL 6.x automatically? The other answers I have found are either out of date or do not completely STIG the machine. Even an image that has a ...
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Switch Maven version after installing from jpackage?

I've installed maven3 on CentOS from the JPackage repository. Problem is my installs also seem to have pulled in maven2 which is the default. Is there any way to switch /usr/bin/mvn to be maven3? ...
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CentOS replace config error

I'm currently working on updating our CentOS server, however whenever I'm trying to use yum I get this error. Config Error: Plugin "replace" requires API 2.6. Supported API is 2.5. I'm new to ...
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Automate DISA STIG controls for RHEL/CentOS?

I am deploying systems that must be configured using the Red Hat 6 (v1r2) Security Technical Implementation Guide(STIG) published by the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA). Link to site. I've ...
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NFSv4 which “domain” to put in idmapd.conf?

I'm using NFSv4 but suddenly when the NFS Server got rebooted, all the files on the Clients are having nobody ownerships after the Server is booted and started its whatever services again. Then I ...
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How do you Configure Package Management System (YUM) for MongoDB

On the site (mongodb) it lists ... Create a /etc/yum.repos.d/mongodb.repo file to hold the following configuration information for the MongoDB repository: then... [mongodb] name=MongoDB ...
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Configuring CentOS apache server to default to a specific port for ExpressJS and Node

Completely new to Linux and virtual private servers so please bear with me. I have a webapp built on ExpressJS and NodeJS that runs on port 5000 of my server, accessible via web by typing: ...
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What are the pros and cons to editing iptables configuration file vs adding rules via the iptables command

I am working with a product on CentOS that occasionally needs to automatically add and remove rules from the iptables configuration. For example, during an update, we want to explicitly refuse ...
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CentOS 6.4 Mail Server

I'm trying to install a mail server on my root server. I'm relative new to Linux but not a absolute beginner. There are many many how to's on the internet I tried to get my own mail server with ...
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NFS permission denied

When I configure NFS and create a file on the client NFS shared dir, I get the following message: permission denied. My configuration: configuration nfs server ...
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Postfix Configuration - different servers for subdomains and domain

I have a following setup: 1 postfix server: a.example.com that needs to accept all emails for any subdomain on example.com (*@*.example.com) and delivers to mailman account and also send emails to any ...
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How to configure network profiles in Centos?

I'm trying to setup two network profiles in Centos. One for at home, one for at work. The home profile has a fixed IP address, fixed gateway and DNS server addresses. The work profile depends on DHCP. ...
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How to install Empathy on CentOS 6.0?

I'm a very new CentOS user. I came from Ubuntu. I need to install Empathy on my CentOS PC. Can anybody explain how to do that?
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I wiped my /etc/yum.repos.d

I think I seriously messed things up on my EC2 instance which I'm currently hacking on. I tried to install some rpmfusion repository from which to install FFMPEG, but it broke things and I wasn't able ...
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command line tool to set time zone

In Centos 5.x there is the text mode interface of system-config-date to set the time zone. Although that utility still exists in Centos 6 the text mode is gone. Is there anything similar in Centos 6?
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What RPMs do I need for timeconfig?

I've got setuptools set up and have read through the list of what's in /etc/setuptools.d I'm interested in installing timeconfig as well, but I only need the TUI version (no GUI). Which RPMs do I ...