Category: Linux Beginners Guides

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5 Commands to view Linux File Content

  cat   Command::               Concatenate and write files tac Command ::                Concatenate and write files in reverse nl Command ::                   Number lines and write files od Command ::                  Write files in octal or other formats base64 Command ::         Transform data into printable data...

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Beginners Information Center

Career Guidance Ten Technical points that every system admin should know when joining into a new team Savings Plan for System Admin – It’s about Time, not Money Quick Career Tip of this Week – have 100% complete LinkedIn Profile Careers in Computer Networking & System...

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Unix Admin Reference – RAID ( Redundant Array of Independent Disks )

  1.  What is RAID?   RAID is an acronym for Redundant Array of Independent Disks. A RAID system consists of an enclosure containing a number of disk volumes,    connected to each other and to one or more computers by a fast  interconnect. Six levels of RAID are...

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Understanding Network VLANs

Virtual LANs or VLANs are virtual separations within a switch that provide distinct logical LANs that each behave if there were configured on a separate physical switch. Some Important points about VLANS.  All the servers connected with in a VLAN will have same broadcasting domain, and...

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Ten most frequently used Linux networking services, in enterprise unix networks

  In this post I am just talking about top 10 networking services that are commonly used in enterprise linux networks. Below are the top 10 Services, and it is worthwhile to know for the beginners to understand the purpose of each service, procedure to manage...

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