Linux System Administrator's Guide
The Linux System Administrator's Guide is a PDF tutorial that describes the system administration aspects of using Linux. It is intended for people who knows nothing about system administration with Linux.Very useful resources for who wants to be familiar with commands and basics of linux features.
Table of contents
- About This Book
- Overview of a Linux System
- Important parts of the kernel
- Major services in a UNIX system
- Overview of the Directory Tree
- Kernel Modules
- Creating a filesystem
- Filesystem block size
- Filesystem comparison
- Mounting and unmounting
- Memory Management
- Keeping Time
- The concept of localtime
- The hardware and software clocks
- Showing and setting time
- When the clock is wrong
- Linux commands
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