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Archive for the ‘Linux’ Category

Linux File System

  Linux core offers support for a large number of file systems. User interface provided is the same no matter the type of file system back. Generally different file names and directories are simple to be used efficiently in command line such as  bin/, var/, usr/, lib. Mac Os uses more clear names such as […]

Basics for managing a Linux system

  Linux administration activities are similar to any Unix system. The important components are hardware device administration, files system, users administration, programs packs administration, services administration, system security ensuring and automation tasks. Most of system administrator interactions with Linux operating system will be done through the command line interface (shell) and text configuration files. The […]