Develop a solid understanding of the important command-line tools and utilities in LinuxKey FeaturesDelve into the fundamentals of LinuxExplore and work with virtualization, command lines, and Bash shell scriptsUse special file permission flags such as setuid and setgidBook DescriptionLinux is a Unix-like operating system assembled under the model of free and open source software development and distribution. Fundamentals of Linux will help you learn all the essentials of the Linux command line required to get you started. The book will start by teaching you how to work with virtualization software and install CentOS 7 Linux as a VM. Then, you will get to grips with the workings of various command line operations, such as cursor movement, commands, options, and arguments. As you make your way through the chapters, the book will not only focus on the most essential Linux commands but also give an introduction to Bash shell scripting. Finally, you will explore advanced topics, such as networking and troubleshooting your system, and you will get familiar with the advanced file permissions: ACL, setuid, and setgid. Fundamentals of Linux includes real-world tasks, use cases, and problems that, as a system administrator, you might encounter in your day-to-day activities.What you will learnExplore basic and advanced command-line conceptsInstall Linux, work with VirtualBox, and install CentOS 7 in VirtualBoxWork with the command line efficiently and learn how to navigate through the Linux filesystemCreate file and user group permissions and edit filesUse Sticky bit to secure your Linux filesystemDefine and remove ACL from Linux filesWho This Book Is ForFundamentals of Linux is for individuals looking to work as a Linux system administrator.Table of ContentsIntroduction to LinuxThe Linux Command LineThe Linux File SystemWorking with the Command LineMore Advanced Command Lines and Concepts
Author: Oliver Pelz
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