Change Timezone in CentOS image

 

If you use CentOS VPS, displaying the correct time zone can be an issue. If you type “date” into the SSH terminal, the date and time displayed are likely incorrect. Remember, CentOS uses the file /etc./localtime to decide the appropriate time zone to display without ever asking… Read More

Tux The Linux Penguin image

 

People love Linux. It’s open source, widely available, and endlessly configurable. What more could a user ask for?

One of the most interesting things about Linux is the fact that there are many different versions. These are called distributions or “distros”. There are so many distributions that it can… Read More

How to install NCurses on CentOS 6

 

We’ve all, at some point, needed to check our disk usage. If it was on your desktop PC or laptop running OS X or Windows then it’s fairly simple to do. However when all you’ve got to hand is… Read More