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linuxhelpdesk

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Hello everyone, i am totally new on linux.

 

we have a system at work called nagios.. the OS is linux , i dunno which version.. To monitor it and do some editing my supervisor uses command lines ...

 

 

do u have a simple basic command lines for linux pdf or ebook . i want to stud it.

 

 

cheers

zeead


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godawgs

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Hello, :welcome:

 

Have you looked through our Linux sub-forum in the Operating Systems forum? Members have posted a lot of links to help topics on how to learn/run Linus there.


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i'd recommend starting here :- http://linux-bible.com/

 

start reading from the beginner tutorials and work your way through to the advanced.

 

here's the first item differences between windows and linux :- http://linux-bible.c...ux-and-windows/

 

if you're serious about understanding linux then i'd a suggest installing a distro on one of your own computers either as a dual boot system or in a vm to practice and experiment with, (or at least use a linux live cd) as well as just reading guides and books.

 

:popcorn:


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Angoid

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More of a reference than a tutorial, but SS64 is a good go-to site for command lookups:

http://ss64.com/bash/


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Thank You for this information:  It will help as I continue to learn Linux  :) 

 

Brian


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Hello everyone, i am totally new on linux.

we have a system at work called nagios.. the OS is linux , i dunno which version.. To monitor it and do some editing my supervisor uses command lines ...

do u have a simple basic command lines for linux pdf or ebook . i want to stud it.

cheers

zeead

 

Hey

The first I can suggest is to install one of the Linux distributions to the virtual machine so you can learn not on the live system!

Do not do anything on your production server unless you positively sure that you did know what you do.

 

You can find a lot of information in the web about Linux and it's commands but I can suggest you the classical "Unix and Linux" by Evie Nemeth

It's a great book for every serious system administrator

 

If you didn't need to go deep then you can look here for example for basic commands examples.

 

I need to repeat that it's a good idea to be very careful with your Nagios server.

User with administrative privileges can break the system completely without any system notices unlike Windows.

 

You also can look here for more Linux guides for different topics.


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