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Is it possible to obtain OS X versions of Unix tools on modern Linux distributions (like Ubuntu or RedHat)?

I have observed that there are often subtle and often annoying differences between the default versions of certain command line tools like paste and sed on modern distributions of Linux versus OSX. ...
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Iptables in linux

Please explain me the use of bold character below iptables -A INPUT -i eth0 -p tcp --dport 443 -m state --state NEW,ESTABLISHED -j ACCEPT -A -i -p -m state --state -j
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git 1.9 and yum groupinstall “Development Tools”

I was reading that installing unofficial repositories in RedHat was not a good idea. So I was trying to install NodeJS on the RH Server and I saw that the git version was 1.7.1. Our team is using 1.9 ...
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Connecting remotely to Red Hat [closed]

so I've done this tutorials http://nearlydeaf.com/?p=1122 http://golubev.org/?p=73 also installed minimal version of gnome in Redhat my firewall is open on port 3389 and then trying to connect ...
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Remotely work on Red Hat Box

So we're working on a project and currently,have the need to edit/save files remotely on a Red Hat box. We are accessing this files mainly with sublime-text. So we are trying to figure out what is the ...
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Do I compile Ubuntu Source code on Red Hat System?

If we install the Red Hat System then can we compile the other distros of linux on the Red Hat server system? If so, please provide me the tutorials and links.
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MBR to GPT Conversion of existing RHEL 6 system

I have got RHEL 6 running on MBR (Master Boot Record), management is done using fdisk and parted commands. I would like to know the steps or procedure to convert existing system to GPT (GUID Partition ...
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Similar to solaries prstart -t command in linux

What is a similar command in Linux for the command from Solaris: prstat -t I am interested to get user vice resource consumption (i.e. memory and processor). It gives NPROC UserName SWAP RSS ...
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Distro agnostic init script dependencies

I'm trying to write an init script which will be able to handle basic dependencies (for example, It has to be started (just) before MySQL service starts). Is there a distro agnostic way to write such ...
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How can I determine which commands are installed by default on Ubuntu, CentOS and Red Hat?

I was surprised to discover that curl didn't come bundled as part of Ubuntu. Is there a canonical list of included components Linux commands that I can check for these three operating systems?
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What would be the RHEL package corresponding to build-essential in Ubuntu?

I know how to list available packages from the repos and so on, but how can I find a list that matches up equivalent meta-packages, such as the build-essential. Is there such a thing and if not what ...
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redhat vs debian/ubuntu system architecture (& not deb vs rpm)?

What are the key areas (except package management) where Fedora/RHEL/CentOS differ from Debian/Ubuntu Linux systems? I'm asking this from a newbie's perspective to the Linux admin world so that I can ...
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File Privileges

There is one user Lets call him B and he needs access Just to Read the File MEANS READ ACCESS and that file is own by another user A . How can I grant access to user A's file to User B.
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Performing accurate snapshot and incremental backups to a remote server

I have a few Ubuntu (and potentially RHEL) servers I'd like to back up to a central backup server (via rsh/SSH). I'd like to do both snapshot and incremental backups. The goal is that if one of the ...
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How to share files Between RHEL and Ubuntu

I have installed RHEL 5.5 on VIrtual Box and Host system is Ubuntu 12.04. I can access the files of Ubuntu by using the sharing services of Virtual Box. But how can I access the files of RHEL which ...
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How to get a list of installed external kernel modules?

From the documentation of Linux kernel 3.2 (Documentation/kbuild/modules.txt) === 5. Module Installation Modules which are included in the kernel are installed in the directory: ...
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Linux distribution with 'yum' package manager

I hope that this question is appropriate for this site (if not, please accept my apologies). I am a professional statistician who uses the statistical programming language R. I'm currently building ...
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What is the Linux equivalent to C:\Program Files?

I understand that in Windows as well as Linux and Unix, a program|application|software can be installed in any directory. Also if packages are installed using the distribution's packaging system, ...
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Are there programs that work for Red Hat but not Ubuntu?

And vice versa? What about other distributions too?
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What makes CentOS “enterprisey” compared to “generic” distributions like Ubuntu?

What makes CentOS "enterprisey" compared to "generic" distributions like Ubuntu? When I say "enterprisey" I actually mean "better for server deployments". Just a general question, because I was ...
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Does verifying packages enhance security and/or stability of a system?

RedHat/CentOS and Ubuntu both provide packages to verify the contents of a package. CentOS uses rpm -V. Ubuntu uses debsums. I've spoken to admins who run these tools to verify the packages on their ...
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Static DNS setup on client of shared internet connection

I've 2 linux computers, one redhat (client), and one ubuntu (set up with shared internet connection as described here) At the moment, on the wired connection between the computers, I can ping the ...