The ms-corefonts are fonts done by Microsoft – which aren’t included with CentOS by default – just like many other useful packages. If you want to install them, you can either fetch an RPM file from someone else or just do the stunts on your own. It’s pretty easy as you just need cabextract, rpm-build and a spec […]
It’s not only a question of security if you decide to lock some services of the system in a chrooted environment to minimize the damage they are able to cause. We know debootstrap as a cool and simple way of doing a very easy debian chroot.
If things are running smoothly, things might get really nasty. Today’s special: KVM on CentOS 5.4 My plan was giving KVM a shot for virtualizing a couple of machines. So I inserted the CentOS CD and did a network install, added KVM and Virt-Manager.
If you are a company, Gentoo Linux might not always be the best choice for you – especially as it’s not supported by enterprise products like the kerio mailserver, various backup systems or some database engines. So I had to find a suitable distro and found that RedHat based thing called CentOS. In general, it’s said that it’s […]