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Oracle Linux Hands-on Lab - Starting and Stopping Services

Services and Run Levels
 
This Oracle Hans-on-Lab (HOL) whitepaper covers the following topics:
  • Oracle Linux Services and Run Levels
  • Introduction
  • Requirements
  • Starting and stopping Linux services
  • Checking the status of a Linux service
  • Exercise: Enabling/disabling services at bootup

Getting Started with Linux Containers on Oracle Linux

Oracle Hands-on Lab - Linux Containers
 
This Oracle whitepaper covers the following topics:
  • Introduction
  • Requirements
  • Exercise: Installing and configuring additionally required software packages
  • Exercise: Creating and mounting a Btrfs volume for the container storage
  • Exercise: Creating a container
  • Exercise: Cloning an existing container
  • Exercise: Starting and stopping a container
  • Exercise: Logging into a container
  • Exercise: Updating and installing software inside a container
  • Installing and

Pro tip: How to work with Google Docs offline using Android

http://www.techrepublic.com/article/pro-tip-how-to-work-with-google-docs-offline-using-android/#ftag=RSS56d97e7

Your Linkedin personal brand: 6 tips to build a strong one

http://www.techrepublic.com/article/your-linkedin-personal-brand-6-tips-to-build-a-strong-one/#.LinkedIn is more than a place to dump your resume and split. Here are some tips to build your image on world's largest professional network. 

Identify the Debian/Ubuntu package containing a command/filename

Consider this scenario: you read about this excellent Linux command that is new to you. You quickly try it out, and discover that the command is not found. Before you can install the command, you must first find the name of the package that provides it. Below, we outline the instructions to search for a package in Debian/Ubuntu. My next post will do the same for Fedora/Red Hat.

carbon-cache.py cannot import name daemonize

Recently after installing graphite and starting carbon-cache.py I got following error:
Traceback (most recent call last):
File “bin/carbon-cache.py”, line 28, in
from carbon.util import run_twistd_plugin
File “/opt/graphite/lib/carbon/util.py”, line 19, in
from twisted.scripts._twistd_unix import daemonize
ImportError: cannot import name daemonize
To resolve this issue I did following things:
Install daemonize module with pip

carbon-cache.py cannot import name daemonize

Recently after installing graphite and starting carbon-cache.py I got following error:
Traceback (most recent call last):
File “bin/carbon-cache.py”, line 28, in
from carbon.util import run_twistd_plugin
File “/opt/graphite/lib/carbon/util.py”, line 19, in
from twisted.scripts._twistd_unix import daemonize
ImportError: cannot import name daemonize
To resolve this issue I did following things:
Install daemonize module with pip

How to find a reliable network speed test

http://www.cnet.com/how-to/how-to-find-a-reliable-network-speed-test/?ttag=fbwlSpeedOf.me and TestMy.net 

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