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FREE RHCSA certication fully funded by PSMB

Aware that lately few training incentive program has been offer to Small and Medium employer by PSMB. The program name “Small Medium Enterprise (SMEs) Training Incerntive Program 2015“. This program will organize by PSMB’s training partners. One of their training partners, Iverson had launch a fully funded Redhat training and certification. The objective of this Training Incentive […]

Linux Manual

For those who had linux knowledge will have a lot of  advantage over IT field, due to linux is a open source, a lot of free application available in linux. One of the linux platform operating system I mention before is Ubuntu, You can actually request a Ubuntu Free CDs that deliver to your door […]

Linux communication device standards [Digital subscriber line]

Digital subscriber line Digital subscriber line (DSL) is a high-speed method of transferring data over existing twisted-pair telephone lines. DSL is commonly available through your local telephone provider or a third-party provider, if the service is available in your area. DSL encompasses various protocols, including asymmetric DSL (ADSL), rate adaptive DSL (RADSL), high bit-rate DSL […]

Linux communication device standards [Integrated Services Digital Network]

In this coming topic, I am going to give some basic introduces on what is Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN), digital subscriber line (DSL), and universal serial bus (USB) standards. It explains how each standard enables device communication, as well as its advantages and disadvantages. ISDN overview Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) refers to a […]

Introduction to Linux processes [Part 2]

Last month was mention about the Linux Processes on PIDs , parent and child processes and using the ps command. In this part 2, let see how the background and foreground background process work. Background and foreground processes An interactive process can run in the foreground or background. To place a process in the background, […]

Introduction to Linux processes [Part 1]

After read some linux article, and having some basic knowledge, now can have basic understanding on linux processes, a process is a single program that is executed within its own virtual address space. For example, a shell is a process that is created each time a user logs in to the system. It creates a […]

Text-processing utilities in Linux

Text processing is different than word processing. In word processing, text is edited and manipulated in a “What-You-See-Is-What-You-Get” (WYSIWYG) environment. This enables you to produce printed copies of the text, complete with features such as graphics and tables. Linux stores files in plain-text format. This allows you to use different processing, or filtering, utilities on […]

Understanding disk quotas in Linux

After talk about special character on linux command last week, now let understand on disk quota here. In Linux, a system of disk quotas enables the system administrator to restrict disk usage by individuals and groups. Quotas can specify the maximum amount of total disk space allotted to a user or group The maximum number […]

Special characters on the Linux command line

Specially defined characters are essential for many of the Linux shell’s powerful features, such as filename completion and command substitution. The shell interprets these characters in a different way from other, regular characters on the command line. However, if you want to disable these characters, you can use a process called quoting. Filename completion characters […]

Why use the Linux shell?

Most PC users communicate with the operating system on their machines using a graphical user interface (GUI), such as those used in Microsoft Windows 2000 or Mac OS 9. Linux has its own GUIs, most notably GNU Network Object Model Environment (GNOME) and the K Desktop Environment (KDE). GUIs provide buttons, menus, icons, and all […]

Mounting Linux file systems

After talking on the Linux File Types in the previous entries, is time to learn the basic on mounting linux file systems. For the data contained on hard disks, disk partitions, network drives, and removable media to be accessed under Linux, it is necessary to attach – or mount – the devices containing the data […]

Linux files types

Recently I come across some linux command during I login to my customer site to retrieve activity log file, and also studies some of the linux file types, and simple command to know what is the file types at Linux Operating System. Linux uses four basic file types: ordinary files directories symbolic links block and […]