Linux: Setting up tftp server

Configuring tftpd in linux is really a pain in my neck...lol... Thanks Andrey for helping me to rectify the problem remotely. The main problem with my linux configuration was the credential denied my router from executing commands to linux tftpd. Understanding chmod change mode is the command that change the rights of user, group and/or … Continue reading Linux: Setting up tftp server

Linux: Give user root privilege in /etc/sudoers

Linux is a very secure system... Almost everything that involves changes will need you to be a root user. If you do not escalate yourself to be root user you will see this error: [cyrus@cyruslab ~]$ sudo minicom [sudo] password for cyrus: cyrus is not in the sudoers file.  This incident will be reported. An … Continue reading Linux: Give user root privilege in /etc/sudoers