50 tutoriales para administradores de UNIX/Linux

50 tutoriales para administradores de UNIX/Linux: «


En The Geek Sstuff han hecho una buena e interesante colección de tutoriales para administradores de sistemas UNIX/Linux. Dicha colección cubre todo tipo de tareas y necesidades que todo buen administrador debe conocer.

  1. Disk to disk backup using dd command
  2. 15 rsync command examples
  3. Three sysadmin rules
  4. User and group disk quota
  5. Troubleshoot using dmesg
  6. RPM package management examples
  7. 10 netstat examples
  8. Manage packages using apt-* commands
  9. Modprobe command examples
  10. Ethtool examples
  11. NFS mount using exportfs
  12. Change timezone
  13. Install phpMyAdmin
  14. Setup squid to control internet access
  15. Add new swap space
  16. Install and configure snort
  17. Register RHEL/OEL linux to support
  18. tftpboot setup
  19. Delete all iptables rules
  20. Disable ping replies
  21. Block ip address using fail2ban
  22. Package management using dpkg
  23. Alfresco content management system
  24. Bugzilla bug tracking system
  25. Rpm, deb, dpot and msi packages
  26. Backup using rsnapshot
  27. Create Linux user
  28. Mount and view ISO file
  29. Manage password expiration and aging
  30. ifconfig examples
  31. Oracle db startup an sthudown
  32. PostgreSQL install and configure
  33. Magic SysRq key
  34. Wakeonlan Tutorial
  35. List hardware spec using lshw
  36. View hardware spec using dmidecode
  37. Use the support effectively
  38. Install/Upgrade LAMP using Yum
  39. Template to track your hardware assests
  40. Disable SELinux
  41. Install PHP5 from source
  42. Install MySQL from source
  43. Launch Linux clients on windows
  44. IPCS
  45. Logical Volume Manager
  46. 15 Tcpdump examples
  47. Manage partition using fdisk
  48. VMWare fundamentals
  49. Rotate the logs automatically
  50. Passwordless SSH login setup

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