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New PDF release: Beginning the Linux Command Line

By Sander van Vugt

ISBN-10: 1430218894

ISBN-13: 9781430218890

ISBN-10: 1430218908

ISBN-13: 9781430218906

This is Linux for these folks who do not brain typing. All Linux clients and directors are likely to just like the flexibility and pace of Linux management from the command line in byte–sized chunks, rather than really normal graphical consumer interfaces. Beginning the Linux Command Line follows a task–oriented method and is distribution-agnostic.

  • Work with records and directories.
  • Administer clients and defense.
  • Understand how Linux is equipped.

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In Chapter 7, you’ll learn much more about them. s Ownership: On Linux, every file has a user owner and a group owner. In the following example, they are set to user root and group root for all files. s File size: Next to the group owner, the size of the file is displayed. s Creation date and time: For every file, creation date and time are shown as well. s File name: In the last column of ho)h output, you can see the name of the file. Listing 2-11. Example Output of ho)h nkkp

PASSWORDSHOULDBELONGATLEASTSIXCHARACTERS THOUGHEIGHTORMOREISBETTER s 5SECOMPLEXITYMIXLETTERS NUMBERS ANDOTHERCHARACTERSTOMAKETHEPASSWORDAS difficult to guess as possible. TTACKers use “dictionary attacks” in which they feed the entire contents of a dictionary to a brute-force password cracker, and if your password is in the dictionary, they will crack it. 27 28 CHAPTER 2 N PER FOR MING ES S ENTIA L C OMMA ND-LI N E T A S K S Changing your password is not too hard—just use the l]oos` command.

Summary In this chapter, you have learned about the essentials you’ll need to know to work with Linux. The following topics were covered: s (ISTORYOFTHE,INUXOPERATINGSYSTEM s 7HATISOPENSOURCE s $IFFERENCESBETWEENDISTRIBUTIONS s ,OGGINGINTO,INUX s 3TRUCTUREOFACOMMAND INCLUDINGOPTIONSANDARGUMENTS s 0IPINGANDREDIRECTION s 'ETTINGHELPWITHi]j and ))dahl s 7ORKINGWITHTHESHELL "ASEDONTHEINFORMATIONINTHISCHAPTER YOUNOWHAVETHEBASICSKILLSTHATAREREQUIRED to start using some commands.

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