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Upgrade FreeBSD 10 from RELEASE to STABLE

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Upgrade FreeBSD 10 from RELEASE to STABLE What is STABLE ? The name „-STABLE“ is frequently misunderstood. It does not mean solid or steady. -STABLE means that while code can change, the ABI (Application Binary Interface) will remain stable and not change. Programs compiled to run on FreeBSD 9.0-RELEASE, or …

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Using sed to replace a string in a file

The ‘sed’ command can be used to easily replace all occurrences of one string in a text file, with another string. sed -i "s/string/replacestring/g" /path/to/file.txt This command will find all occurrences of “string” and replace them on the fly with “replacestring” in the file “/path/to/file.txt”. The “-i” command switch specifies …

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KVM and VirtManager on CentOS 7

KVM and VirtManager on CentOS 7 KVM is a kernel-based hypervisor which grows quickly in maturity and popularity in the Linux server market. Red Hat officially dropped Xen in favor of KVM since RHEL. With KVM being officially supported by Red Hat, installing KVM on RedHat-based systems should be a …

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