Notes – Static IP Ubuntu 18.04 LTS

Check your current IP address and interfaces via "ifconfig -a" or "ip addr" command. Find the default network configuration file by issuing the "ls /etc/netplan/" command. Then we edit the…

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Notes – APT Package Management

apt works with the repositories configured on the system to install/remove/update packages and their dependencies only uses one file with a listing of all the online locations that it gets…

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Notes – Static IP Ubuntu 16.04 LTS

Check your current IP via "ifconfig -a" or “ip addr“. Then edit the network configuration for the interface via "sudo nano /etc/network/ineterfaces". You’ll see the following and will need to…

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Notes – Static IP Centos 7

Check your current IP via "ip addr". Then edit the network configuration for the interface via "nano /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-ens33". You'll see the following and will need to edit the highlighted and…

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Notes – RPM Package Management

rpm - installs/removes/updates individual .rpm files. Does not check dependencies unlike yum. -i = installs an rpm file -U = updates an rpm file -e = erases an RPM file…

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Notes – YUM Package Management

yum (YellowDog Updater Modified) works with the repositories configured on the system to install/remove/upgrade packages and their dependencies The yum command uses the /etc/yum.repos.d/ directory to hold files that list…

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