Category: EnableSysadmin

Geeking Outside The Office

This was originally written for Red Hat’s Enable Sysadmin. Enjoy!Nate Sysadmins have plush easy desk jobs, right?  We get to sit in a nice climate controlled office, and type away in our terminals, never really forced to exert ourselves.  It might look that way, and as I write this during a heat wave here in…


The Day The RHV Manager Went Away…

This is an article I originally wrote for Red Hat’s Enable Sysadmin. Nate Late on a tuesday afternoon, I had somewhere to be after work, that made driving all the way home and then back again a waste of time.  So I was in my office late, killing some time, getting a little work done,…


Sysadmin Appreciation Day

This is an article I wrote for Red Hat’s Enable Sysadmin for Sysadmin Appreciation Day 2019. Enhoy!Nate Sysadmin appreciation day is coming, on July 26th you’ll have a chance to thank one of the least thanked people in your life, your local Sysadmin.  In today’s connected world, it’s likely that you rely on a sysadmin…


Locking down sshd

SSH, or Secure SHell, is the way in which a modern linux system is managed. Most experienced sysadmins love the direct access and power they get from being able to securely connect to a shell on their systems with relative ease. SSH replaced Telnet somewhere in the 90’s as the remote access protocol of choice,…