“Running multiple Linux commands from a single bash prompt is not only efficient, it’s easy to do. For nearly every Linux admin, the command line eventually becomes second nature. After a while, you wind up going straight for the bash prompt instead of any given GUI.”
“Do you have an old PC lying around gathering dust? Would you like to make use of the old small-capacity USB flash drive sitting in your draw? You can reuse your old computer and a USB flash drive by installing a super small Linux operating system (also known as a “distribution” or “distro”)”
“Linux distros will often come with at least a basic firewall bundled with it. Often this won’t be active by default so will need to be activated. Additionally this will likely be the standard Iptables supplied, even though less experienced users may struggle with it.”
“There are numerous monitoring tools are available in market to monitor Linux systems and it will send an email when the system reaches the threshold limit. It monitors everything such as CPU utilization, Memory utilization, swap utilization, disk space utilization and much more.”
“Managing files is one of the most basic tasks we all do on our computers, no matter which operating system we are using. Copying and moving files, renaming and deleting them, seeing their properties are something we all do almost regularly, in our home and office computers.”
The VPN (Virtual Private Network) server provides the network technology that will allow us to extend the reach capabilities of our local network over the Internet, a great example of this would be the possibility for two branches to communicate using the internet as the sole means.
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