ACLs: Linux advanced privileges

Another part of the RHCSA exam is some advanced privileges, mainly reading and setting Access Control Lists (ACLs). Again not too complicated, but its good to have some pointers. Probably more familiar to you are standard POSIX permissions: permissions for the owner of a file, a group and all others. But what when you need…

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Setup a NFS client on Red Hat / CentOS

So this first thing that needs a bit of work on my end, starting on my RHCSA adventure, is to setup a NFS client. It’s not too hard but there are a couple of things to consider and things like firewall and SELinux that can be easily overlooked. The RHCSA exam focuses on the NFS…

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