How-to guide for Linux administrators (free PDF)
Linux systems administrators are responsible for maintaining, developing and supporting the open-source operating system. Job responsibilities also include patching, securing and training others on Linux operating systems, among other tasks.
While this is no easy task. TechRepublic’s how-to guidebook makes it easier, with tips on how to search for files from the Linux command line, quickly opening a terminal in a specific directory and how to delete files and folders from the CLI, plus much more. Download this free PDF download and learn more.
In the download:
- Linux 101: How to give users sudo privileges on Ubuntu and Red Hat-based Linux distributions
- Linux 101: How to search for files from the Linux command line
- Linux 101: How to quickly open a terminal in a specific directory
- Linux 101: How to clean the DNF and APT caches
- Linux 101: How to use the kill and killall commands
- Linux 101: How to create symbolic links
- Linux 101: How to create a compressed archive of a folder from the CLI with zip
- Linux 101: How to delete files and folders from the CLI
- And more!
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