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Unformatted text preview: nder existing directories rmdir removing directories -p option mv rename files -print switch; -xdev switch locatedb is in /var/lib directory Red Hat Certified Engineer (RH302) cp copy files ln create hard and symbolic links mc visual shell that display files grep, egrep, fgrep, zgrep search inside files (zgrep can search compressed files) be very familiar with grep command tar create archives -c, -w, -t, -f, -v, -x options and combination cpio copy files in and out of tar or cpio archives gzip, gunzip compress and uncompress files compress compress files ps process status command kill terminate a process Ctrl-z put a running program into background in bash shell fg bring back a program from background return a specific program using job number or job name. Example: fg %x (x=job number, or job name) pine a Linux mail program in KDE, use k-mail job get a list of suspended programs sc a Linux spreadsheet program mount, umount mount or unmount a file system -s option be familiar with files that have a .Z, .z, .gz, gz, -z, _z extension Red Hat Certified Engineer (RH302) Linux Networking Know central control files under /etc/sysconfig directory, /network-scripts subdirectory, the parameters and scripts in the files. Know how to configure the clock, mouse, static routes, keyboard, network and PCMCIA parameters by modifying files under /etc/sysconfig directory. Know how to configure the network interface using script files in /etc/sysconfig. ifup-type and ifdown-type are files that setup or deregister the interface. Types are lo (loopback), eth (Ethernet), sl (SLIP), ppp (PPP). Configuration is performed using the GUI program - netcfg. Know TCP/IP concepts: IPv4, IP octac, IP classes, subnet mask, default gateway, ICMP, FTP, ARP, router, subnetworking, default route, and CIDR (Classless InterDomain Routing), NNTP, etc. Know how to troubleshoot TCP/IP problems using utilities such as ping, netstat -rn, arp, traceroute, etc. Know how to configure IP parameters, enable the network interface, and check configuration of an ex...
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