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Contents About 1 ................................................................................................................................................................................... Chapter 1: Getting started with GNU/Linux 2 ..................................................................................................... Section 1.1: Useful shortcuts 2 .......................................................................................................................................... Section 1.2: File Management Commands 3 .................................................................................................................. Section 1.3: Hello World 5 ................................................................................................................................................. Section 1.4: Basic Linux Utilities 5 .................................................................................................................................... Section 1.5: Searching for files by patterns in name/contents 6 ................................................................................. Section 1.6: File Manipulation 7 ........................................................................................................................................ Section 1.7: File/Directory details 8 ................................................................................................................................. Chapter 2: Detecting Linux distribution name and version 11 .................................................................. Section 2.1: Detect what debian-based distribution you are working in 11 ............................................................... Section 2.2: Detect what systemd-based distribution you are using 11 .................................................................... Section 2.3: Detect what RHEL / CentOS / Fedora distribution you are working in 12 ............................................ Section 2.4: Uname - Print information about the current system 13 ........................................................................ Section 2.5: Detect basic information about your distro 13 ........................................................................................ Section 2.6: Using GNU coreutils 13 ................................................................................................................................ Section 2.7: Find your linux os (both debian & rpm) name and release number 14 ................................................ Chapter 3: Getting information on a running Linux kernel 15 ................................................................... Section 3.1: Getting details of Linux kernel 15 ................................................................................................................ Chapter 4: Shell 16 ........................................................................................................................................................... Section 4.1: Changing default shell 16 ............................................................................................................................ Section 4.2: Basic Shell Utilities 17 .................................................................................................................................. Section 4.3: Create Your Own Command Alias 18 ........................................................................................................ Section 4.4: Locate a file on your system 18 ................................................................................................................. Chapter 5: Check Disk Space 19 ................................................................................................................................ Section 5.1: Investigate Directories For Disk Usage 19 ................................................................................................. Section 5.2: Checking Disk Space 21 .............................................................................................................................. Chapter 6: Getting System Information 23 ......................................................................................................... Section 6.1: Statistics about CPU, Memory, Network and Disk (I/O operations) 23 .................................................. Section 6.2: Using tools like lscpu and lshw 23 .............................................................................................................. Section 6.3: List Hardware 24 .......................................................................................................................................... Section 6.4: Find CPU model/speed information 25 ..................................................................................................... Section 6.5: Process monitoring and information gathering 26 .................................................................................. Chapter 7: ls command 28 ........................................................................................................................................... Section 7.1: Options for ls command 28 ......................................................................................................................... Section 7.2: ls command with most used options 28 .................................................................................................... Chapter 8: File Compression with 'tar' command 30 ...................................................................................... Section 8.1: Compress a folder 30 ................................................................................................................................... Section 8.2: Extract a folder from an archive 30 .......................................................................................................... Section 8.3: List contents of an archive 30 .................................................................................................................... Section 8.4: List archive content 31 ................................................................................................................................ Section 8.5: Compress and exclude one or multiple folder 31 .................................................................................... Section 8.6: Strip leading components 31 ...................................................................................................................... Chapter 9: Services 32 .................................................................................................................................................... Section 9.1: List running service on Ubuntu 32 .............................................................................................................. Section 9.2: Systemd service management 32 .............................................................................................................
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Chapter 10: Managing Services 33 ........................................................................................................................... Section 10.1: Diagnosing a problem with a service 33 .................................................................................................. Section 10.2: Starting and Stopping Services 33 ........................................................................................................... Section 10.3: Getting the status of a service 34 ............................................................................................................. Chapter 11: Modifying Users 35 .................................................................................................................................. Section 11.1: Setting your own password 35 ................................................................................................................... Section 11.2: Setting another user's password 35 .......................................................................................................... Section 11.3: Adding a user 35 .......................................................................................................................................... Section 11.4: Removing a user 35 .................................................................................................................................... Section 11.5: Removing a user and its home folder 35 ................................................................................................. Section 11.6: Listing groups the current user is in 35 .....................................................................................................
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  • home directory, root directory, Debian, Working directory, Linux distribution, Comparison of Linux distributions

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