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General Information Linux is an operating system that freely releases its source code to anyone that wishes to use the...
Article Id: 13524
Category: Linux

General Information Support for Linux is limited, however, ITS has successfully configured and connected Linux devices to eduroam. The following steps will show you how to connect to eduroam. 1. Click on the Network Manager icon on the top right near the clock.
Article Id: 17485
Category: Getting Started

VPN at LSU: How to Connect? (Linux) We cannot guarantee that this guide will work with every version of Linux since there are so many different distributions. Our guide assumes you have a general understanding of the Linux OS and its command line. If you have troubles, please contact your departments TSP, the ITS Help desk, or Google. 1. Open a...
Article Id: 17466
Category: Getting Started

General Information Red Hat Enterprise Linux ( RHEL ) is a Linux-based Operating System produced by the company Red Hat. RHEL gives you the...
Article Id: 16660
Category: LSU Red Hat

To Create Activation Keys in Red Hat: 1. Go to: https://satellite.rhn.lsu.edu .
Article Id: 12883
Category: Getting Started

After installing Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) Server or Workstation on your computer, you must register it with LSU’s Red Hat Satellite Server. Registration allows your computer(s) to receive critical security updates as well as access to optional software that you might need. This is a required process. If you or your department...
Article Id: 15351
Category: Getting Started

Pre-Installation Instructions Burn the iso.dvd file to a DVD using an image burning program. Windows users can refer to Burning CDs/DVDs from ISO in Windows: LSU Overview to burn an .iso.
Article Id: 16638
Category: Getting Started

Request a Red Hat Account: To request a Red Hat Account, either e-mail the information below to the ITS Help Desk ( helpdesk@lsu.edu ) OR Submit a...
Article Id: 13111
Category: Getting Started

OpenSSH is the most common method used for remotely accessing Linux, BSD, and UNIX machines. When properly configured, it can provide a very secure environment; however, not all installations of OpenSSH are created equally, and taking the time to increase the security of an install can help to keep a machine from getting compromised. Restarting...
Article Id: 7913
Category: Advanced Features

Creating Red Hat Satellite Account(s) for your Department NOTE: You must already have a departmental account on the Red Hat Satellite Server in order to create accounts for users in your department. If you do not have a departmental account, please visit Linux: Obtaining a Red Hat...
Article Id: 12882
Category: Advanced Features