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Yum

yum install yum-security
yum info-sec

yum -y update --security

Remove package and all of its configuration files:

for package in package1 package2 package3
do
 echo "removing config files for $package"
 for file in $(rpm -q --configfiles $package)
 do
 echo " removing $file"
 rm -f $file
 done
 rpm -e $package
done
Centos

Installing Fedora on Virtual Box

In the last post, Setting Up Oracle Virtual Box for Fedora Installation, we readied the Virtual Box client to install Fedora.  This post will follow the process through as I install Fedora as a virtual machine and change the hostname. 304 more words

Openstack

Setting Up Oracle Virtual Box for Fedora Installation

Today I started off with installing virtual box on my laptop.  I have a MacBook Pro from 2016 with 16GB of ram, a 500GB HD, and an i7 processor.   490 more words

Openstack

Starting off with Open Stack

For my current job I am in a position where I know that I need to know how to use Red Hat and Open Stack.  If I want to keep my job, I need to become knowledgeable on this technology and perhaps event certify on it.   120 more words

Openstack

My (almost) 5 years journey @ #JBoss (#RedHat)

After almost 5 years in JBoss/Red Hat, it is time for me to move on to the next challenge. It has been an amazing experience and hell of a ride. 226 more words

Java

More 1 second (leap second) - 2017

Counting down to 2017 will take more 1 second, e.g.

After 23.59:59 on 31 December, it will be 23:59:60

Leap seconds are a periodic one-second adjustment of Coordinated Universal Time(UTC) in order to keep a system’s time of day close to the mean solar time. 65 more words

Centos

Top 5 Big Data Platform predictions for 2017

The Rise of Data Science Notebooks

Apache Zeppelin is a web-based notebook that enables interactive data analytics. You can make beautiful data-driven, interactive and collaborative documents with… 388 more words

Opinion