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Centos Network Configuration – on a Barebones from Command Line

Centos Network Configuration – is very simple on a full installation. However, I downloaded the Centos’ “Minimal Install” cd and used yum to install various packages I needed. The simple way to do it if you have a standard installation is to use the Network Administration Tool (system-config-network), which is a graphical interface to edit the configuration files. Since I haven’t installed this tool, I needed to edit the files manually. How to Configure Network in …

Compress files in Windows

… and easier way to do this is to use the Windows’ graphical interface and access the Advanced File Properties and select Compress contents to save disk space. Compact – Compress files or folders from command line If you would like to compress files from a batch file use this command line variant. Usually if you access the advanced file properties, (right-click => properties and => advanced) you have the option to compress contents to save space. Another good use of the command …

How to send emails from a batch file in Windows

… doesn’t always have the money to spend. The Technical Details to Send Emails from Command Line? Our solution used 7zip as a compression utility and Blat as the emailing utility. 7zip is an open-source file archiver. It has a graphical interface but we only used the command line. You can download 7zip here: http://www.7-zip.org/. Blat is a free, small application, without a graphical interface, that can send email message from the command line. You can download Blat here: http://www.blat.net/. …