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~# uname -a
~# lsb_release -a
~# locale-gen en_US
~# locale-gen en_US.UTF-8
~# apt-get -y --force-yes remove ntpdate
~# apt-get -y --force-yes install ntp
~# /etc/init.d/ntp restart
~# dpkg-reconfigure tzdata
View mondo.sh
#!/bin/bash
# HOW TO INSTALL
# Run below as root
# cd ~/ && wget -O install_mondorescue.sh https://gist.github.com/KEINOS/a71475750b644b1c26db42870cfbafe5/raw&&chmod 0755 install_mondorescue.sh && ./install_mondorescue.sh
# ---------------------------------
# Set screen width
# ---------------------------------
if [ -n "${TERM}" ]; then width=$(tput cols); else width=20; fi
View lvmresize.sh
#!/bin/bash
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# Script to resize a LVM Partition after extending the underlying disk device. Can be used on physical or virtual machines alike.
# Tested with CentOS6, RHEL6, CentOS7, RHEL7. This script is only intended for MBR partitioned disks and not for GPT.
#
# The script will first resize the partition by changing the partition end sector of the selected partition, and then after a reboot resize the filesystem.
# By default it rescans the SCSI bus to check a change in disk size if the disk was hot-extended, which is easy with VMs, and only then proceeds.
# If the extended disk size is recognized by the OS already, you can force resizing with the -f flag.
#
# It is recommended you backup the boot sector of your disk before as a safety measure with something like the following:
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