How to enable SSH service on Fedora Linux?

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How to enable SSH service on Fedora Linux? By default, it seems ssh is not enabled. Fedora may not have sshd service installed/enabled by default. You will need to install and configure it by yourself. The following instructions is for Fedora 22 as an example. First, install the sshd server by # dnf install openssh-server
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How to find which program or process is listening on a certain port in Linux?

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My program reports that the port is already used. How to find which program or process is listening on a certain port in Linux? You can use netstat to do this. netstat can print network connections. For example, to find which program is listing on port 9999 netstat -pln | grep 9999 You will need
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How to resolve a domain name from a specific DNS server instead of the configured one in Linux?

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I would like to check whether the domain name’s IP has changed in the authoritative DNS server. The system’s configured DNS server may still cache the old IP, which is fine. The question is how to query from the authoritative DNS server the new IP? You can use dig – DNS lookup utility to query
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Basic iptables configuration for Linux

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What is a good basic iptables config? Basic rules needed: Allow incoming TCP to 22 for SSH but blocks all others. Allow outgoing TCP/UDP connections. You may consider using the following rules as a start: for tables in iptables ip6tables ; do # Flush existing rules $tables -F # Default policy $tables -P INPUT DROP
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How to enlarge Linux UDP buffer size?

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One of the most common causes of UDP datagram lost on Linux is an undersized receive buffer on the Linux socket. How to enlarge Linux UDP buffer size? On Linux, you can change the UDP buffer size (e.g. to 26214400) by (as root): sysctl -w net.core.rmem_max=26214400 The default buffer size on Linux is 131071. You
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How to Export an NFSv4 Server to External Networks

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We ever discussed fixing ports used by NFSv3 so that it can be easily exported to external networks. For NFSv4.1 or higher, things are much easier. The ports for mountd, statd, and lockd are not required in a pure NFSv4 environment. We have less ports to control or allow for connections. Only port 111 and
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Fixing Ports Used by NFSv3 Server

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The ports used by NFS server can be dynamically assigned by rpbind to any higher number. We need to fix the ports used by NFS server to configure firewall or port forwarding mechanism. The ports used by NFS server and how to fix these ports will be introduced in this post. There are seven ports
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Linux UDP Programming Tutorial

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UDP has its advantages over TCP, such as being relatively lightweight and receiving one packet per read call (recvmsg), although the programmers need to handle related issues, such as packet lost and out-of-order packets delivery. This post gives information and references on how to write UDP programs in a C/Linux environment. What is UDP Check
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Installing ns-2 and ns-3 on Fedora Linux

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ns is a discrete-event network simulator targeted primarily for research and educational use. There are two version of ns, ns-2 and ns-3, which are quite different with each other in the implementation and method to use them. In this post, we introduce how to install ns-2 and ns-3 on Fedora Linux 15. Install ns-2.34 on
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