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Remove old kernels in CentOS, RHEL and Fedora

Your system to many old kernels version. How to remove old kernels in CentOS , RHEL and Fedora . For example, I have three kernel,and to keep two kernel on system. How to do it! To check kernel release on centos/RHEL and Fedora [huupv@huupv ~]$ uname -sr The output kernel release as below: Linux 4.15.15-300.fc27.x86_64 Checking installed kernel [huupv@huupv ~]$ rpm -q kernel The output three kernel as below: kernel-4.15.13-300.fc27.x86_64 kernel-4.15.14-300.fc27.x86_64 kernel-4.15.15-300.fc27.x86_64 Delete / Remove Old Kernels To install yum-utils [root@huupv huupv]# yum install yum-utils The output as below: Last metadata expiration check: 2:54:35 ago on Sat 14 Apr 2018 07:14:37 PM +07. Dependencies resolved. ================================================================================  Package                  Arch        Version                 Repository   Size ================================================================================ Installi

How to install aide centos

Introduction In this tutorial, we will explore how to install and configure AIDE (Advanced Intrusion Detection Environment) on CentOS. AIDE is a powerful tool designed for monitoring changes to files on the system, helping you detect unauthorized access and modifications.  Ideal for system administrators and security professionals, this guide will provide step-by-step instructions to ensure a successful setup of AIDE on your CentOS system. By the end of this tutorial, you will have a robust intrusion detection system in place, capable of providing detailed reports about the integrity of your files and system security. What does Aide mean AIDE is one of the most popular tools for monitoring the server changes in a LINUX based system.  It call as Advanced Intrusion Detection Environment. Install AIDE on Centos $ sudo yum install aide Check AIDE Version on your system $ sudo aide -v Configure AIDE $ sudo cp /etc/aide.conf /etc/aide.conf_BK Add lines not check /tmp and /pro