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Deploying servers with a Mac UI [closed]

I have a third party linux server that I would like to be able to setup and install software using a Mac application with some sort of basic user interface. The best I have at the moment is the ...
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how to remove a screen (detached sessions) in unix?

I have been working in different screen sessions in past projects , hence have a few screen sessions accumulated. Now i have been asked to remove excess/unrequired screen sessions from the unix box. ...
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Difference in Logs

Is there a utility that will show you a difference in a directory of log files at one point of time and at the current moment? Current a method in debugging applications is to remove all of the logs ...
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Differences in /var/log/{syslog,dmesg,messages} log files

Which file for which logs are? What's the rationale?
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Find all duplicate files by md5 hash

I'm trying to find all duplicate files based upon md5 hash and ordered by file size. So far I have this: find . -type f -print0 | xargs -0 -I "{}" sh -c 'md5sum "{}" | cut -f1 -d " " | tr "\n" " "; ...
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Linux RHEL : Making disk image efficiently

I have a linux box having RHEL. Its disk (hda1) is having free space of about 25GB. I have an another disk (hda2) which is of 250GB having another RHEL instance, it's partitioned for 200GB. Data on ...
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Why is iftop using so much memory? Are there any tools that are powerful, but do not use so much memory?

pmap iftop_id b7fce000 4K rw--- /lib/ld-2.5.so bf9aa000 84K rw--- [ stack ] total 204940K The memory of the server is only 1GB, but iftop takes 204MB. It is crazy that iftop uses ...
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How can I find the processes which use the most memory? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How can I display the memory usage of each process if i do a 'ps -ef' For example, how can I find the top 20 processes that occupy the most memory? My Linux ...
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Install rpm packages using file globbing with errors

I found a rpm feature. If you rpm install * and one of the packages fails to install then none of the remaining packages will be installed. Does anyone know how to use rpm to install packages with ...
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How to extract RPM from RPM database in RedHat

Is there a way to extract an installed RPM from an RPM database on RedHat Linux to reproduce the original .rpm file?