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Linux - June 19, 2012

Logging into to single user mode allows you to access the system as root without a password. This is especially useful when you need to troubleshoot or gain access to a system in order to fix a problem.


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Linux - June 18, 2012

Rebooting and shutting down a system can be handled in multiple ways. You can handle these tasks using tools like shutdown, reboot, and init.


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Linux - June 18, 2012

Switching runlevels is an essential skill for a Linux administrator. The ability to switch to runlevel 1 for installs or migrations helps admins keep their data secure which causes less possibilty for issue.


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Linux - June 18, 2012

Using the man, info, and document files is a good way in learning how to properly use the different tools available to you on a linux machine.


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Linux - June 18, 2012

Being able to manage permissions on a Linux system is essential to any system administrator. There are tools available for setting permissions and ownership’s as well as viewing those same permissions and ownership.


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Linux - June 17, 2012

Linux Hard links and soft links are like shortcuts to the file or folder you reference. A hard link is more like a duplicate file sharing the inodes or location on the hard disk. A soft link is more like a windows shortcut.


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Linux - June 16, 2012

This is an overview on the tools needed to successfully create, copy, move, and rename files and directories.


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Linux - June 16, 2012

There are many ways in creating and even editing files. You can use commands such as vim and touch to create and edit files.


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Linux - June 16, 2012

Linux Compression utilities are useful for archiving.


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Linux - June 16, 2012

Logging into different users is a pretty straight forward process via terminal. When first booting your system you’ll be brought to a login screen either in terminal or GUI. If a terminal login appears, odds are you are in runlevel 3. If the GUI login screen appears then you’re most likely in runlevel 5.


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