Cactiez Iso Install
I installed CentOS via Vagrant, and it came with the /etc/yum.repos.d/ directory prepopulated with things like puppet.repo. Lo and behold, puppet.repo and other included repos did not point to valid resources.
Cactiez Iso Install
CactiFans is a self installing Linux Distribution based off CentOS that sets up and configures a customized Cacti install. Everything is designed to be completely automated and working directly out of the box. This compact distro is loaded with extra features such as Syslog and Netflow data collection, Weathermaps, Reports, Auto Discovery, Nagios, and much more!
After completing CentOS 7 fresh installation, the first task to a system administrator is to configure its network so that it can communicate to other network devices. In my previous article, I discussed how to install CentOS 7.5 GUI (GNOME Desktop) step by step. If you are a new CentOS 7 user and yet you have not installed CentOS 7.5 on your server machine, feel free to study my previous article and install CentOS 7.5 GNOME Desktop according to that article. After completing installation, it is time to configure CentOS 7 network. In this article, I will show you how to easily configure your CentOS 7 network with Network Manager Text User Interface (nmtui) tool.
The NetworkManager Text User Interface (nmtui) tool provides a text interface to configure CentOS 7 network by controlling NetworkManager. As nmtui tool works by controlling NetworkManager, we have to first check the NetworkManager service is installed or not in our CentOS 7 Linux. The following command will show whether the NetworkManager package is installed or not in your CentOS 7 Linux.
As NetworkManager daemon is installed by default in CentOS 7.5, you will find the above result by running the rpm command in your command prompt. Now we need to check whether the NetworkManager service is running or not. The following command will show the current status of NetworkManager service.
The Text User Interface (nmtui) tool is contained in the NetworkManager-tui package. By default this package is installed in CentOS 7.5 Linux. So, no need to install this package manually. However, if you find that NetworkManager-tui package is not installed in your CentOS Linux, run the following command to install this package.