IBM DB2 Installation on Red Hat Enterprise Linux

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IBM DB2 database can be installed on Linux, UNIX or Window operating systems. We are going to install DB2 Version 10.1 on Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server from command interface. IBM DB2 is a next generation data platform for transactional and analytical operations. Step 1 : Download IBM...
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Difference between absolute and relative paths in Linux

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Absolute Pathnames An absolute pathname begins with a slash (/). The Absolute path defines the location of a Directory or a file from the root file system (/). The absolute path contains the full path to the directory or file. Examples of Absolute Path /usr/share/doc    (Absolute path for...
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How to Upgrade Mozilla firefox on Ubuntu?

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By default, Mozilla Firefox automatically update itself but you can also do a manual update. You can update your firefox by following steps. Method : 1 First go to your Application Launcher of Ubuntu menu. Follow complete path as given below. Applications –> System Tools –> Administration –>...
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Apache Tomcat Installation and configuration Steps on Linux

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Apache Tomcat is fully compatible with Redhat, CentOS, Ubuntu & other major Linux distributions. We are going to install Apache tomcat on Redhat Linux. Step 1 Download Latest version tomcat from http://tomcat.apache.org/ [root@Server var]# cd /var [root@Server var]# wget http://mirror.symnds.com/software/Apache/tomcat/tomcat-8/v8.0.14/bin/apache-tomcat-8.0.14.tar.gz Step 2 Download JDK for Java environment [root@Server...
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Understanding Linux Processes from the Scratch Part-2

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In Our Last article “Understanding Linux Processes from the Scratch Part-1” we have discussed about Linux Process and listing of linux process via different command like ps, top, htop & atop. In this post we will discuss more about the Linux Process like Determining Processes by Ownership Process...
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What is Anacron and usage of Anacron in Linux

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Anacron is a service that runs after every system reboot, checking for any cron and at scheduled jobs that were to run while the system was down and hence, have not yet run. It scans the /etc/cron.hourly/0anacron file for three factors to determine whether to run these missed...
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