CentOS 7Installation Post installation tasks Join Active Directory SELinux Configuration Install Cockpit Create a Logical Volume (1) Create a Logical Volume (2) Creating an iSCSI Target (1) Creating an iSCSI Target (2) Creating an iSCSI Client Installing a Samba Server Installing an Apache Server Installing an NFS Server Installing a TFTP Server Installing KVM/QEMU Hypervisor Compiling Bacula Backup (1) Compiling Bacula Backup (2)
Debian 8Installation Post installation tasks Join Active Directory Installing an Apache Server Installing a Samba Server
Ubuntu 16Post installation tasks Join Active Directory Installing Apache/Samba Servers
Linux Commandsfdisk + LVM htop vi - line numbering
As vim starts without line numbering and when changing large configuration files it is much easier if they are visible. This can be done on an ad-hoc basis with :set number from within vi or for a permanent fix do the following from the user account that you use (in my case root).
In the empty file add the following
That's it, every time vi is opened line numbers are down the left.