How to run System File Checker in Safe Mode, Offline or at Boot Time in Windows 8.1. This is useful if SFC will not run or start. One of the useful tool Microsoft introduced on Windows, is the ability to run system file checker to check the stability of
64-bit systems Prerequisite Make sure that you have Java (JRE) installed on your system Installation Download the Linux binary zip (no JRE) from http://www.soapui.org/ Unzip it into a preferable directory such as your home folder or /opt Make sure that
pstree Processes and parent-child relarionships top Show top processes ps -auxw process status vmstat Monitor virtual memory free Display amount of free and used memory in the system. (Also: cat /proc/meminfo) map Display/examine memory map
Head over to the trusty command line and edit /etc/gdm/custom.conf. The file already contains several sections, all of which are empty by default. # GDM configuration storage [daemon] AutomaticLogin Enable = true AutomaticLogin = admin Disabling the Keyring Dialogue you may
Install the VNC Server. ( Method – 1 ) For RHEL , CentOS ,OEL. # yum install tigervnc-server For Ubuntu. # apt-get install tigervnc-server Edit the “/etc/sysconfig/vncservers” file to configure the required displays. The following entries
Installing steps on linux insert the media or attach the iso file. Then run the setup next window will appear. Select the options as per your need Install CentOS or Test the media. After the welcome screen will come select
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