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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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Linux - June 16, 2012

This tutorial goes over the techniques used to remotely access systems via SSH and or VNC.


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Linux - June 14, 2012

Grep is a powerful utility that can be used to parse out and or query files for data.


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Linux - June 14, 2012

Linux input-output redirection is a powerful yet useful tool that can be used to save data for later viewing as well as automating particular tasks.


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Linux Video Tutorials - December 10, 2011

In this video I discuss some of the common network utilities used by system administrators. The tools discussed in this


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Linux Video Tutorials - November 15, 2011

This video will teach you how to use the Linux Batch and At Utilities also known as one time schedulers.


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Linux Video Tutorials - November 15, 2011

This video is on Linux CronTabs also known as Job Schedulers, Task Schedulers, and Cron Jobs. Let me know if


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