Linux – CentOS – Set Timezone

Background Playing around with Linux, queried the system for the current time, and noticed it is a bit off.   OS OS - Linux - CentOS Our OS is CentOS/Version 8. Command hostnamectl We can issue hostnamectl, to get the OS Name and Version. Output Outline timedatectl timedatectl status timedatectl list-timezones timedatectl set-timezone timedatectl show … Continue reading Linux – CentOS – Set Timezone

Linux – OS – Bitness

Background Let us figure out the bitness of our Linux OS. Outline Commands lscpu Commands lscpu Syntax Sample Output Output - Image Output - Textual Explanation Architecture Meaning:- Processor ( Hardware ) Common Values x86_64 64-bit CPU CPU op-mode(s) Meaning:- Based on OS Installed, CPU Operating Mode ( Software¬†) Common Values 32-bit, 64-bit Supports both … Continue reading Linux – OS – Bitness

Install Powershell on Linux/CentOS

Background Back playing around with a Linux box and wanted to see if it is any easier for me to understand the steps for installing Powershell. Outline Configure Source Repositories Review available Microsoft Repository for your OS/Version ( ) Redhat Repository - Local Review "Local" Redhat Repository Is Microsoft repository registered? If Microsoft Repository … Continue reading Install Powershell on Linux/CentOS

Linux Install Image – Burn to USB

Background Need to quickly install Linux. In this case, CentOS. Version The current version is 8. Artifacts Mirrors Install Images are available from various mirrors; listed here:- Mirrors US Link World Wide Link Metadata Here are some metadata :- Image Size :- 7.5 GB Burn ISO Image to USB Options Here are some of the … Continue reading Linux Install Image – Burn to USB