Follow the sections in this Bare Metal Cloud Portal guide to learn how to navigate through the portal. This guide contains everything you need to get started using BMC servers.
The usermod command modifies user account details: username, password, home directory location, shell, and more. This tutorial explains and provides examples for the use of the command, along with its options.
The wall command allows sending terminal messages to all logged-in users at once. This feature is particularly useful in scenarios when system administrators perform system maintenance tasks, and they need a quick way to inform users they should save their work and log out. This tutorial explains the wall command syntax and options.
Set up remote access via VPN from your desktom/mobile device to a bare metal cloud server. Additionally, learn how to connect two BMC servers through VPN, as well as a BMC server and on-premise equipment.
Ansible is a Code as Infrastructure solution for monitoring and managing remote hosts. This is done by using Ansible playbooks.
This tutorial shows you how to create and run Ansible playbooks.
Learn how to establish an SSH connection to your new Bare Metal Cloud Windows server using either a key pair or username and password. Follow the requirements to use SSH successfully with your BMC instance.
The main advantages of setting up a Minecraft server with dedicated resources are improved performance, full use of resources and bandwidth, control over mods and plugins, and better security.