Fedora – Ramdisk creation

In Fedora, ramdisks are not created by default as is the case with RHEL. So, if you need to get Ramdisks on Fedora, then you can do this:

sudo yum install MAKEDEV

This will create some default Ramdisk’s in the “/dev” directory. Now, if you need to change anything then feel free to go to “/etc/makedev.d” and feel free to change these files.

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browsing the windows machines and their shares – listing


smbtree is a very nice command to check all the machines that are present in the LAN (your connected network). For this to work you may need to look at this article also.


smbtree -U <strong>username

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