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TOP 50 LINUX COMMANDS

Linux can be extremely scary. However, it is always great to have your hands on these nifty commands since you will have to use them all the time as a Linux Administrator.   vmstat Provides a snapshot of everything in a system, helping system administrators determine whether the bottleneck is CPU, Memory or I/O related. …

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A Basic Overview of the Vim Text Editor

Many articles in our Webair Community advise editing configuration files. We usually recommend using your preferred text editor. I personally prefer vim. Vim, or its older sibling vi, are installed by default on nearly every server that I come across. If you do not yet have a preferred text editor, read on to see if …

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How to Manage a Linux Server with systemd

What Operating Systems Have Adopted systemd? CentOS: Yes, by default since CentOS 7 Fedora: Yes, since the release of Fedora 15 RedHat: Yes Debian: Yes, shipped since Debian 7 as a technology preview Arch: Yes Ubuntu: Available Gentoo: Available OpenSUSE: Available Slackware: No   What About chkconfig and Other Legacy Commands? With systemd it is …

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Assign range of IP addresses to an interface.

Sometimes you may need to assign a wide range of IP addresses to your network interface in Linux systems. Instead of manually creating aliases for the network interface, it is much quicker to use the network ip range instead. For example, you need to assign the IP range 192.168.10.6 – 192.168.10.100 to your eth0 interface. …