The /etc/shells file is a list of valid shells on the system. Example from an Ubuntu 12.10 Desktop system:

# /etc/shells: valid login shells

Example from a CentOS 6 minimal server:


See Also

Installation of syslog-ng on CentOS 6

  1. Enable EPEL
  2. yum install -y syslog-ng
  3. Configure /etc/syslog-ng/syslog-ng.conf
  4. chkconfig syslog-ng on
  5. chkconfig rsyslog off
  6. service rsyslog stop
  7. service syslog-ng start


nSnake is an ncurses-based clone of the classic snake game. It runs on Linux and Windows.


See Also

  • httpie is a CLI cURL replacement with some extra features.

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