How to replace a single page in a PDF file using another PDF file in Linux 1

How to replace a single page in a PDF file using another PDF file in Linux

By using the PDF Toolkit PDFtk library you can do this simple pdf editing task and many more. For all of you creating software related to PDF documents you should really spend some time reading about PDFtk server. Installation:

Usage: In this example we have two pdf files with 10 pages each. The command […]

Configure SSMTP on Linux – How to send mail from linux system with Gmail (as smarthost)

SSMTP is a simple MTA(Message Transfer Agent) to send off mail from a Linux system to a mailhub. For a mailhub will use a Gmail account. SSMTP can send emails by itself or you can install mutt (it’s another simple MTA). Always it’s a good idea to configure your server to notify you with some […]

Linux Server Monitoring - Schedule a Command Output to be Sent via Email on Boot 2

Linux Server Monitoring – Schedule a Command Output to be Sent via Email on Boot

Scheduling a command on boot it’s easy and it can be done with different ways. One, with cronjobs and second, with the rc.local file (/etc/rc.local). Third, by putting your own script in /etc/init.d/. Fow now I’ll take the easy way to do it, the one with the rc.local. Requirements: sSMTP Mutt email client Implementation Open […]

Send email from Linux Terminal - How to install and use mutt terminal email client 3

Send email from Linux Terminal – How to install and use mutt terminal email client

Mutt is a sophisticated email client for linux terminal. It supports MIME, GPG, PGP and threading. In this tutorial I wont expand to report full use of the software because the whole point is to show you how to setup a basic but promising email notification system for your servers, so you can customize it […]

Linux log files location and how do I view logs files? 4

Linux log files location and how do I view logs files?

And Then you should go to /var/logs directory:

and view common log file /var/log/messages using any one of the following command:

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How to Configure Ip Settings on a linux OS

To configure IP Address on the eth0 interface do the following. Open a terminal. (Ctrl+T)

To manually configure default gateway:

To Configure DNS servers IP Address:

Note: 8.8.4.4,8.8.8.8 are google public DNS servers. If you don’t want to use them write your ISP’s DNS servers. Turn on the LAN Card

To […]