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[email protected] Handbook Wiki Chapter 10
Chapter 10 CentOS Tips, tricks and command line help
Lots of times CentOS can feel overwhelming because a user may not be very literate on the command line level. Here are some key commands you will want to know
10.1 Helpful commands to know in CentOShelp-aah Helpful commands that can be used to help administer [email protected]
poweroff Shutdown command that turns of your computer
reboot Reboot the computer
ifconfig Shows the IP configuration for all interfaces on your computer
dhclient Renews the DHCP IP adr. or request a DHCP adr.
tail Shows the end of a file, excellent to use when troubleshooting. Has switches for showing NN rows (-n NN) and to monitor the file continuously (-f)
10.2 What if I use Non-Standard Hardware?[email protected] is designed to work "out of the box" with standard PC hardware such as an Intel 1GIG PIII system. Here is some info on how to get it to work on other hardware.
10.2.1 VIA EPIA 800 mhz board (586 board)[email protected] can run on 586 hardware. you must change the Asterisk Make file and recompile.
Load [email protected] on your system. Asterisk will not start.
CD to /usr/src/asterisk and edit the Makefile
Remove the # in front of the line "PROC=i586"
10.2.2 Virtual Machines[email protected] runs in virtual enviroment with some limitations. You cannot use any hardware with it because of the timing issues. But all VoIP protocols and services work. This setup might be useful for learning and experimentation. There are pre-installed and pre-configured images of [email protected] are VirtualMachines on the Internet.
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