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This tutorial explains basic commands, file structure, file permissions, how to get help, how to work with file systems
An easy to follow guide on SSI and how to use this feature to do handy tasks such as include the contents of an external file
This document describes how Linux boots and loads up through user login and more.
Learn about the basic commands available under the Linux shell.
Learn how linux file permission works. Chmod, chown and chgrp commands explained with examples.
This tutorial is very long and gives you plenty of tips how to make bash scripts that are useful.
This guide is a great tutorial for anyone interested in Linux, but not sure where to start.
Getting your Maxtor OneTouch External USB Hard Drive to work on SuSe
Make ubuntu look that little bit neater and cleaner upon first installing.
Step by step guide to the commands used in Unix.
Discover LanguageWare, a set of run-time libraries and an Eclipse-based development environment for building custom text analyzers
Learn how to develop complex applications consisting of many components and Web services using BPEL V2.0.
The ubiquitous Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP/Perl/Python (LAMP) combination powers many interactive Web sites and projects.
This tutorial is for creating a production Web Server using FreeBSD.
If you want to create a Mail Server with Virtual Users using Postfix, MySQL, SSL, IMAP and POP3 this is all you need.
A nice, easy to use guide to cron jobs / the cron tab in CPanel. Learn how to automate tedious jobs such as database backup!!
How to compile Linux kernel.
Two very popular and widely used languages for building dynamic web sites are Perl and PHP.
Now, you can test applications all the way to failure without breaking the host system.
Prepare for your Linux certification or build fundamental skills on Linux systems administration.
In this tutorial (the third in a series of nine tutorials on exam 102 topics), Ian Shields introduces you to printing in Linux.
In this tutorial (the fourth in a series of nine tutorials on exam 102 topics), Ian Shields introduces you to Linux documentation.