Linux Tutorials

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"I'm not the Biggest IT geek, but i know how to program and can write scripts. What now?" This is a question we hear every day from many people. It's understood that it might be intimidating to see an experienced person with several years in computers and networks doing things you don't even understand. But this doesn't mean that you can't be like them; it just takes time, dedication, and learning new skills such as networking or scripting. You can improve yourself by reading books in your spare time, practicing every day, and just keeping yourself up-to-date with all trending technologies available out there.
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Linux has been operational for many years. It contains a file that looks like an executable but contains some other program's code inside it. The operating system is updated after every three months to give the clients better services. The system remains known for being a stable, secure, and reliable operating system.
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The Linux operating system has the highest rate of popularity for PCs. It is an open-source code that allows anybody to create their unique operating system. There are many benefits of using the Linux system, including that it is free and stable. Many corporations turn to Linux because it is easy to use, very stable, and customizable.
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Ethical hacking is an authorized attempt to gain unauthorized access to a system, access the rest of restricted data, or find vulnerabilities in an application. Ethical hackers are contracted experts or employees whose duty is to identify weaknesses in an organization's system or a network through an ethical hacking process and possibly seal these vulnerabilities.
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Ubuntu is an open-source operating system developed by the San microsystems. Linux allows users and in this case developers to make changes to the program without prior authorization from the creator. You can gather a deeper understanding of Ubuntu Linux from various networking book written by various professionals concerning this topic. There are numerous cookbook and handbook publications about the basics of Linux as an OS and the programming languages associated with this OS.
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In this first script I will show you all the details and preparations that you will need to do prior creating an running your first Linux script. I will use VIM text editor (see the tutorial in the link), but you can use any editor that you might like.
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Are specified by adding them in numeric/digit mode, as they are kept in file’s inode. This way previous permission settings are lost and overwritten by the new ones.
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Git Commands List
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GIT is a revision control system that allows multiple contributors to work on same projects/files. Is also useful if you have more servers/vms/workstation that you manage and you want to deploy “recipes”/scripts/configurations on them. With GIT, you work locally, push the changes to the repository server and then get your files from any location you want. GIT tracks the changes made to the files and if a config is not working it can be reverted in no time.
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Each Linux/Unix command has 3 communication channels: input, output and error. The output can be filtered and then redirected and by this way parts of it can be captured, depending on the needs. Redirecting the output to a file, using > or >>: > – if the file mentioned does not exist it will be created, and if it does exist it will be overwritten; ls -la > testfile1.txt >> – if the file mentioned does not exist it will be created, and if it does exist the information it...