Category: Centos

How to Use Fail2ban to Secure Your Linux Server

Improving your server security should be one of your top priorities, when it comes to managing a linux server. By reviewing your server logs, you may often find different attempts for brute force login, web floods, exploit seeking and many...

/ October 9, 2018

CentOS Pulse Newsletter, September 2018 (#1804)

Dear CentOS enthusiast, Here’s what’s been happening in the past month at CentOS Releases and Updates The following releases and updates happened in August. For each update, the given URL provides the upstream notes about the change. Releases We’re pleased...

/ September 8, 2018

CentOS Dojo at DevConf.us, August 16th in Boston

CentOS Dojo at DevConf.us, August 16th in Boston Thursday , 17, May 2018 Rich Bowen announcement This year, DevConf.us will be held at Boston University, August 17th through 19th. We’ve secured some space on the day before – Thursday, August...

/ May 18, 2018

FOSDEM 2018

Another FOSDEM is history. I wanted to take a moment to thank all of the people that helped out at the CentOS table at FOSDEM, as well as at the Dojo before FOSDEM. We had about 75 people in attendance...

/ February 7, 2018

SuperComputing17 Denver, #PoweredByCentOS

SC17, the largest SuperComputing event in the world, was held in Denver, Colorado, November 12 through 17th. I was lucky enough to attend the event as a representative of the CentOS community. While there, I spoke with dozens of organizations...

/ November 28, 2017

No! Don’t turn off SELinux!

One of the daily activities of the CentOS Community Lead is searching the Internet looking for new and interesting content about CentOS that we can share on the @CentOSProject Twitter account, or Facebook, Google +, or Reddit. There’s quite a bit...

/ July 28, 2017

HPC Student Cluster Competition, Frankfurt, Germany

Last week, as I mentioned in my earlier post, I was in Frankfurt, Germany, for the ISC High Performance Computing conference. The thing that grabbed my attention, more than anything else, was the Student Cluster Competition.  11 teams from around the...

/ June 28, 2017

Continuous integration tests for the CentOS Vagrant images

Continuous integration tests for the CentOS Vagrant images Thursday , 1, September 2016 Lauren?iu P?ncescu cico Since yesterday, we have production-ready automated tests for our Vagrant images on ci.centos.org, fully integrated with GitHub. We were only able to build and...

/ September 2, 2016

Badges Badges Badges: Reporting CICO Job Status across the Web

Badges Badges Badges: Reporting CICO Job Status across the Web Friday , 24, June 2016 bstinson ci, cico, t_functional Testing your software project is important. Effectively communicating your test results to those that consume your project comes in a close...

/ June 25, 2016

CentOS 7 with GlusterFS on AArch64

CentOS 7 with GlusterFS on AArch64 Monday , 18, May 2015 Jim Perrin arm Initially I meant for this to be a much more in-depth blog post about running GlusterFS on AArch64 hardware, but honestly it’s been ridiculously easyto get...

/ May 19, 2015

Running CentOS Linux 7 on AArch64 hardware

Running CentOS Linux 7 on AArch64 hardware Friday , 8, May 2015 Jim Perrin arm The journey for rebuilding the latest release of CentOS Linux 7 on AArch64 hardware has certainly been an interesting one. After a few bug reports, a...

/ May 9, 2015

CentOS Linux 7 and Arm

ARMv7 With the growing list of easily accessible ARM hardware like the RaspBerry Pi 2 and the ODROID-C1, several community efforts have sprouted, working out the details for getting CentOS-7 built and available for the new boards. One of our...

/ March 3, 2015

MATE on the Desktop

MATE on the Desktop Friday , 7, March 2014 Jim Perrin desktop A number of people seem to not like the idea of gnome3 on the desktop for EL7, instead looking for the familiar gnome2 feel. I’ve taken a run...

/ March 8, 2014

NetworkManager and bridging

NetworkManager and bridging Friday , 20, December 2013 Jim Perrin networking In previous iterations of NetworkManager, it was really only useful if you were dealing with wireless networks. Anything involving a bridge meant removing the device from NetworkManager, and manually...

/ December 21, 2013