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Table of Contents Introduction to Operating Systems This section provides an introduction to basic operating system principles from a Linux perspective. We talk about processes, files and directories and the basics of how a user interacts with the system.
I have developed the habit of reading at least 30 minutes everyday before going to bed. I always have a technical and a non-technical book in my reading queue. I read lot of infrastructure related books — sysadmin, DBA, networking and storage. I also enjoy reading biography of famous people, personal development and occasional thriller. The 12 Linux books mentioned here by no means are comprehensive or authoritative list. But, these 12 Books are few of my favorites that I enjoyed reading over the years and I strongly believe will enhance your technical abilities on Linux, if you have not read them yet.
This is Greg's (also known as GreyCat 's) wiki. It has some pages which may be of interest for people doing Unix shell scripting or system administration. Its official front page URL is http://mywiki.wooledge.org/ . The 'official' channel FAQ for freenode 's #bash IRC channel is BashFAQ . For common mistakes made by Bash programmers, see BashPitfalls .
A beginners guide to the Unix and Linux operating system. Eight simple tutorials which cover the basics of UNIX / Linux commands. Introduction to the UNIX Operating System What is UNIX?
Articles, tips and tricks on Linux operating System, FreeBSD, Windows, Some mobile phone articles, many religious related text and other var stuff, etc.Nowdays most of my new (fresh) Linux server configurations are installed with Debian Linux. Through the years I worked with most major . Though intalling Apache for multiple domain VirtualHost-ing is almost equally easier to set up on all distros I tried, (Slackware, Redhat, Fedora) etc., I found Debian to be most convenient in terms of freqeuent easy updates and general security.
The best systems administrators are set apart by their efficiency. And if an efficient systems administrator can do a task in 10 minutes that would take another mortal two hours to complete, then the efficient systems administrator should be rewarded (paid more) because the company is saving time, and time is money, right? The trick is to prove your efficiency to management. While I won't attempt to cover that trick in this article, I will give you 10 essential gems from the lazy admin's bag of tricks.
Though various price points from $159 to $399 are available for Kindle Fire tablets, the Kindle Fire HD currently starts at $199. A $99 price would be quite the game-changer. They’re saying it would kill off all other Android tablet competition. It would certainly put a lot of stress on Apple’s iPad sales.
Adventures in the Museum - Installing Mandrake 8.0 By Glen Gray Glen Gray, details how he got Mandrake 8.0 up and running on a legacy PC. All About DNS By Thomas Bridge Learn how DNS works with this article by our own Thomas Bridge. Choosing a Good Password By Paul O'Malley Paul O'Malley's presentation on choosing a good password - good reading intended for sysadmins. GTK Widget Set Review By John Looney After a few weeks of playing with GTK, the hot new widget set from the people that brought you the GIMP, John "Kate" Looney has learned plenty, that he'd like to share with you all. How to write a GIMP plug-in, Part I. By David Neary How to write a GIMP plug-in, Part I, by our own Gimp hacker.