How to Install and configure Jenkins on CentOS 6.4 – Part IV

Welcome back to our “How to Install and configure Jenkins on CentOS 6.4” series. In this series of articles I am trying to make an user understand about the usage of Jenkins step by step. Don’t forgot to add comments if you found any error or mistakes in the articles. Also please mention if you […]
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How to know about open ports and associated applications to it in Linux

A port is an application-specific or process-specific software construct serving as a communications endpoint and it is identified by its number such as TCP port number 80. In this article we will discuss about Linux Ports. How to find open ports and which process is associated with the ports. The port numbers are divided into […]
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How to Install and configure Jenkins on CentOS 6.4 – Part III

In my previous articles (Jenkins Part I and Jenkins Part II) I have already described how to install Jenkins, how to Setup User account on Jenkins, how to Configure Nodes on Jenkins. In this article we will see how to configure a job on Jenkins. Basically the job will deploy an application from Github on […]
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Working with SELinux

There will be a time when you will feel that SELinux is causing problems for other applications. Basically SELinux is a kernel mechanism which is enforcing some access rules for processes and files. But due to the access rules sometimes some newly installed applications are not able to work properly. To run applications smoothly we […]
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