Welcome to DGZwiki!
The goal of the wiki is not to provide just another wiki but to centralize informations relative to Linux in a first time but with the possibility to be extended to Windows and Unix system at term.
You are welcome on our Forums to discuss about Linux, if you need help to solve a problem or whatever!
- [19/04/2017]: New Page HOWTO Remove SSH known hosts keys from Chrome Secure Shell Extention
- [10/04/2017]: New Page HOWTO Download a complete directory using wget
- [26/01/2017]: New page HOWTO Change the passphrase of a SSH key
- [18/08/2016]: New page (DEB) HOWTO find which package owns a file (equivalents of 'yum provides')
- [08/08/2016]: New Page HOWTO monitor the nproc limit
- [08/08/2016]: New Page HOWTO use a zvol as a swap device
- [27/04/2016]: New Page (RHEL) HOWTO relabel a filesystem (SELinux)
- [16/04/2014]: New page (RHEL) HOWTO get the list of dependencies of a RPM package
- [29/08/2013]: New page: HOWTO Disable plymouth splash screen
- [04/12/2012]: New pages: HOWTO use a proxy within WordPress and HOWTO install Wordpress' plugins and themes without a FTP access
- [29/10/2012]: New pages: HOWTO fix the trailing slash problem in Nginx and Nginx
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- Be as general as possible
- Be environment independent (nothing specific to your domain name, IP network, etc. instead try to replace by "server1" or use a private IP address like 192.168.0.x)
- Write in English
- Avoid to write a already existing page (use the search function before creating a new page)
- Use Mediawiki syntax to highlight codes etc.
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- External links at the end of the article are welcome
- Keep the content up to date, if you find a non working howto please open a topic on the forum.
- Please try to put a # before each command that you provide which should be launched as root, and a $ before each other. (This apply on commands, not on the content of a text file).
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