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Linux Commands (2)

All basic Linux commands with examples of how we should work with each of them. The main Linux commands that will allow us to create directory, users, groups, view active processes, delete processes, edit or mount a hard drive and more.

Linux permissions (2)

How to handle permissions on linux

Security (5)

Security is one of the most important issues to consider in the choice of the operating system that we interest to install, we will see some antivirus tools, monitoring tools, test hardware and more.

Remote access ssh/shell (6)

We will talk about the three most popular applications in remote access devices, VNC, Teamviewer and PuTTY are tools that allow us to connect and manage your devices remotely and safely.

Virtualization (4)

Virtualization has become a very popular way to reduce the costs that represent a physical machine, allowing to minimize costs of light, security, support, in addition to other very important points that could be very expensive to offer our service. We are going to see some of the most popular tools in creating virtual systems or VPS.

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 How to create a network (Bridge) in CentOS 7/RHEL 7

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 How to install Apache Server

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 How to install Samba on CentOS 7/RHEL 7

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 Minimal installation of CentOS 7

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 Mount a hard driver in CentOS 7/RHEL 7

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 Remove packages in Linux

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