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Linux Server Hardening
For today's computing platforms, ease of access and openness is essential for web based communications. This is at odds with the increased necessity for comprehensive security measures in a world full of malware and hacking threats. More ...

Linux Memory User Space
Linux Memory is divided into two distinct areas: user space, which is a set of locations where user processes run, and kernel space, which is the location where the code of the kernel is stored, and executes under. More ...

The Linux File System
Linux uses a whole different file system philosophy than Windows. Windows automatically assigns a drive letter to every partition and drive it finds. But Linux makes every partition and drive a subdirectory of the root (/) partition. More ...

The Linux Directory Structure
The Filesystem Hierarchy Standard (FHS), maintained by the Linux Foundation, defines the directory structure and directory contents in Linux operating systems. The main difference between the Windows operating system and Linux is that Linux does not use drive letters. More ...

12 Essential Linux Commands for Beginners
I recommend these commands to anyone who is getting started with Linux. More ...

How to Switch to Ubuntu
Ubuntu is a free alternative to Windows which is fast and easy to use. You may want to switch to Ubuntu because of its robust security, speed, freedom, ease of use, low maintenance, and no price. This article will show you step by step how to switch from Windows to Ubuntu. More ...

The Death of Windows
If want you to explore and learn about Linux without uninstalling Windows or making any changes to your PC, Knoppix is the way to go. maybe someday everyone will carry a Knoppix CD and a CD-RW to use on any computer they find. That day will truly be the death of Windows. More ...

Linux System Calls and Support
There are several kinds of kernel features available to user processes. For example, system calls (or syscalls) perform specific tasks that a user process alone cannot do well or at all. For example, the acts of opening, reading, and writing files. More ...

Installing Fedora 3 Linux
Installing Fedora is as simple as inserting the first CD-ROM into the drive and rebooting. But first make sure that your system is set to boot from the CD drive. Watch the on-screen messages as the system boots. More ...

Linux Security Basics: How to Encrypt and Sign Files with GnuPG
Linux comes with the GNU Privacy Guard (GnuPG or GPG) encryption and authentication utility. With GnuPG, you can create your public and private key pair on your Linux system, encrypt files with your key, and digitally sign a message. More ...

Basic Linux File and Directory Commands
This article explains the basic Linux file and directory commands used in their simple forms. How to determine you location in the directory hierarchy, create a directory, delete a directory, create a new file, move a file, copy a file, delete a file, and more. More ...

Linux Installation CDs vs. Linux "Live" CDs
You need to learn how to use Linux. And the best way to get Linux training is to work with it and get real, practical Linux experience. There are lots of different ways to get Linux, and lots of different versions of Linux to choose from! More ...

What is Ubuntu?
Ubuntu is a completely free, easy-to-use, and popular Linux distribution that is geared toward the desktop user and is designed to be user friendly. More ...

Migrating to Linux: Installing Software
The typical approach to get software installed on your computer is to get it from a vendor and run the install program. With Linux there is a central repository of software. Just about any program you might want will be in a list of available packages that you can install. More ...


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