It is basic requirement for the command line work to create or edit text files. Vim and Emacs are powerful command line editors but those might be overwhelming for new Linux users. Nano text editor is straightforward and easy to use. It includes all the basic functionality same as other text editors such as UTF-8 encoding, syntax highlighting, search and replace with regular expression support, multiple buffers, spellchecking and more. In this tutorial we will show you how to install and use of nano text editor.
Nano text editor is by default included in macOS and most Linux distributions. The process depends on the operating system you are running. If Nano text editor is pre-installed, you can skip this section to start learning the basic Nano text editing commands. You can check whether nano is installed or not issue the below command:
You have learned how to install and use GNU nano text editor. It is a popular text editor and very straightforward for new Linux users. If you would like to learn more about GNU Nano visit the official nano documentation page.
Change the nameserver values to your preference, in our case to Cloudflare. Press Ctrl + O to save and Ctrl + X to exit nano or Shift+zz to save and exit in vi.
Installing Nano on a Red Hat Enterprise Linux-based system is as easy as sudo yum install nano, and unlike some editors, there is no additional configuration needed unless you wish to configure Nano to be your default editor. To make Nano the default for your whole system:
The PROTECT Server is deployed where 10.1.0.1 is replaced by the IP address of your machine.Continue to the next section if you can open the ESET PROTECT Web Console and log in with Administrator credentials (the password was set in the installer script as server-root-password). The connection to the Web Console is now available only via HTTP. You can set up HTTPS connection..
Icinga 2 provides configuration examples for syntax highlighting using the vim and nano editors.The RHEL and SUSE package icinga2-common installs these files into /usr/share/doc/icinga2-common-[x.x.x]/syntax(where [x.x.x] is the version number, e.g. 2.4.3 or 2.4.4). Sources provide these files in tools/syntax.On Debian systems the icinga2-common package provides only the Nano configuration file (/usr/share/nano/icinga2.nanorc);to obtain the Vim configuration, please install the extra package vim-icinga2. The files are located in /usr/share/vim/addons.
Now, download VNCViewer onto our desktop computer from which we want to access the shared desktop. Connect using ServerIP/Name:1 (:1 is for the VNC server window), In my case it is centos:1.
Typically, when you think of downloading or installing software on a computer, doing so using an installation wizard with a GUI probably comes to mind. However, on a Linux-based server installing software through the command line is the preferred way. It may seem a bit daunting at first. However, the focus of this article is to help walk you through downloading and installing software on a Linux server running CentOS 7. By following this guide, we are confident that you'll be able to install any software on your CentOS 7 based server successfully.
Before we begin, please ensure that you're logged into your server via SSH. If you're not certain how to access your server via SSH, please refer to our guide: Connecting to Your Server via SSH. Once you're connected to your server via SSH, please proceed with the following steps to install software on your CentOS 7 server. For this guide, we will be installing the popular text editor nano using the Yum package manager. The process is fairly simple and can generally be accomplished with a one-line command. In the case of installing nano, this can be achieved using the following command:
Once the installation process is complete and providing there are no errors, your selected software should now be installed and ready to use. In regards to the example used in this guide, you'd be able to begin using nano to edit your text-based files.
In our case, we are going to install nano, MariaDB-server and MariaDB-client packages. By default, every time DNF asks for your confirmation to install a package, and add the -y option to avoid confirmation.
In order for kernel module compilation to work, you must have Internet connectivity directly from the Linux server you are installing Server Backup on, to TCP port HTTPS (443), on the host krnlbld.r1soft.com.
Note: If you install the Redmine system on the PC or in a virtual machine which not on the dedicated server, we need to switch the application phpMyadmin to run on port 8080 because port 80 will be used for Redmine in the next steps.
Oracle Linux yum server hosts software for Oracle Linux and compatible distributions. These instructions help you get started configuring your Linux system for Oracle Linux yum server and installing software via yum or dnf
In most cases, your Oracle Linux system will already be set up to install software from Oracle Linux yum server. See Installing Software from Oracle Linux Yum Server for an overview software available on this yum server.
Oracle Linux yum server hosts many different types of software in repositories for which the configuration is installed and updated via release packages. Below is a list of available software and the corresponding release packages to configure yum.
Now we need the packages we will need on the server: yum install mysql-server httpd php php-gd php-cli php-mysql gcc make wget tar gzip which nano screen pdo pdo_mysql curl openssl amp php-imap son ldap libxml php-mailparse php-mbstring php-mcrypt simplexml zlib unzip zip -y
Set-up the Cron Job:export VISUAL=nano; this allows us to use the nano editor when we wish to edit files on the server.crontab -e -u root and then paste in the command from Blesta. e.g: */5 * * * * /usr/bin/php /var/www/html/index.php cron
This tutorial walks you through installing a web server stack (LAMP/LEMP) and assumes a more or less blank server. If you have existing resources installed on the server you will need to work around them. For example this tutorial assumes that DreamFactory will be the only/default web app on this server. If you have other sites (virtual hosts) you will need to adjust the configuration accordingly.
These instructions will install PHP 7 with various modules.Centos/RHEL do not ship with up to date PHP versions in their repos, so we will be installing via third party repos.DreamFactory requires the mbstring, zip, curl, mongodb, and sqlite3 php modules. Additionally php-fpm is installed if you will be running Nginx as your web server (recommended.) Finally, the mysql php module needs to be installed if you will be using MySQL or MariadDB, which these instructions recommend for the system database. Other database types will require their php modules to be installed for use within DreamFactory. This is covered in the Drivers and Modules section.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to install and use a nano text editor. Note that depending on the Linux operating system you have, you must enter the relevant command in the command line environment. There are some basic instructions and practical keys that can help you edit your files faster and easier, as mentioned above. You do not need to install Nano next time and just use the file editing command.
When setting up a new CentOS 7 server, you may find yourself looking for control panel software that will allow you to manage your websites and web applications in a graphical user interface. One of the most popular web hosting control panel solutions is cPanel/WHM. This software gives you a comprehensive control panel interface that allows you to manage and customize many different aspects of your server in a user-friendly environment. In this article, we will outline how to prepare your CentOS 7 server and install cPanel/WHM using the command-line interface. Before performing the steps in this guide, please ensure that you have set up root SSH access on your server. 2b1af7f3a8