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Change an email signature – Microsoft Outlook

By | January 4th, 2016|Operating Systems, Windows|

Introduction: In this tutorial we will guide you how to setup / configure signature in Microsoft Outlook 2007. Process: Step 1: Open Outlook application. Step 2: Go to Tools menu -> Options. Step 3: In Options, Go to -> Mail Format tab. Step 4: Under Signatures section -> Click on Signatures… Step 5: In E-mail [...]

How to view application logs in windows 7?

By | November 19th, 2015|Operating Systems, Windows|

Introduction: In this tutorial we will guide you how to view application, security, setup and system logs on Windows7. Windows logs are categorized in to multiple logs, Following are Windows Event logs: Application Log – Contains applications or program logs. Security Log - Contains valid and invalid login attempts. Setup Log – Contains events related [...]

How to verify if user account exists in Linux/Unix?

By | November 12th, 2015|Operating Systems, UNIX - LINUX|

Introduction In this article our objective is to verify if user account exists in Redhat enterprise Linux machine running with the Operating system version 6.5. Process Step 1: Login to server with Username and password. Step 2: Run following command to find the user details. Syntax: $ cat /etc/passwd | grep <username> Step 3: Following [...]

Managing Services in Solaris

By | November 8th, 2015|Operating Systems, Solaris|

% svcs -l network/login:rlogin Shows the Status of the rlogin Service % svcs –a Show status of all services % inetadm Show status of services controlled by inetd % svcs –D milestone/multi-user Displays services instances dependent on the multiuser milestone % svcs –d milestone/multi-user:default Display the Service Instances That the Multiuser Milestone Is Dependent On [...]

Delete Files Older than x Days on Linux

By | February 24th, 2015|Operating Systems, UNIX - LINUX|

Objective: To find the files which are older than X days in Linux Operating system. In this scenario, X is represented in hours. If you wish to delete the files older than 2 days, then X value should be 48. Process: Step 1: SSH to the server. Step 2: Identify the target directory. eg: /u01/wiki/temp/ [...]

How to Check the Last Reboot Time on a Server?

By | February 23rd, 2015|Operating Systems, UNIX - LINUX|

There are a couple of ways to determine when the server has been last rebooted in Linux Operating System. Option 1: Using "who" command. [crayon-59718604ddcba153191725/]   Option 2: Using "uptime" command [crayon-59718604ddcd3346489248/]   Option 3: Using "last reboot" command [crayon-59718604ddce2529231180/]  

Windows XP || Run Commands

By | December 29th, 2014|Operating Systems, Windows|

  Task Command Accessibility Controls access.cpl Add Hardware Wizard hdwwiz.cpl Add/Remove Programs appwiz.cpl Administrative Tools certmgr.msc Character Map charmap Check Disk Utility chkdsk Clipboard Viewer clipbrd Command Prompt cmd Component Services dcomcnfg Computer Management compmgmt.msc Date and Time Properties timedate.cpl DDE Shares ddeshare Device Manager devmgmt.msc Direct X Control Panel (If Installed) directx.cpl Direct X [...]

Examples of using the diff command

By | November 13th, 2014|Operating Systems, UNIX - LINUX|

Command: Diff Description: Find differences between two files Usage:  Print difference between two files: diff <file1> <file2> Print difference between two files (side-by-side): diff -y <file1> <file2> Print difference between two files (side-by-side with no common lines): diff -y --suppress-common-lines <file1> <file2>

How to install .rpm files in linux?

By | September 29th, 2014|Operating Systems, UNIX - LINUX|

       RPM is one of the most powerful utility that gives you full flexibility to install, modify, delete or upgrade and to customize your package or application on your linux machine. The tool allows system administrators and users to install, update, uninstall, query, verify and manage system software packages in Unix/Linux operating systems. [...]

How to Generate SSH Key in Linux?

By | June 17th, 2014|Operating Systems, UNIX - LINUX|

Following procedure is used to setup public keys in Linux Host. Use the Operating System SSH key generator to create private and public key as follows: [crayon-59718604de506567776600/] [crayon-59718604de51f066167455/] We can see Private key (id_rsa) and Public key(id_rsa.pub) files under .ssh folder.  [/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row][/fusion_builder_container]