If your system have been compromised RedHat has a way to reset the OS back to the base permissions and uid/gids. This is how you do it. Resets uids and gids on files and directories: for i in $(rpm -qa); …

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1. Fist make sure your system is up to date yum update -y 2. Then you need to install the development tools needed: yum groupinstall -y development 3.Download and install rvm with curl curl -L get.rvm.io | bash -s stable …

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The information below is taken directly from the man page hier(7) A typical Linux system has, among others, the following directories: / This is the root directory. This is where the whole tree starts. /bin This directory contains executable programs …

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