Resources (5)

  1. What Makes Up the Modern Linux OS?

    Most of us use Linux every day without even thinking about it. Linux is in our Android phones and our home routers. At the same time, Linux is also powering the world’s largest datacenters and the Internet. But what makes up the modern Linux operating systems? And where did Linux come from? Download Now

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  2. Understanding Linux Internetworking

    The Internet: the largest internetwork ever created. In fact, the term Internet (with a capital I) is just a shortened version of the term internetwork, which means multiple networks connected together. Download Now

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  3. Top Ten Basic Linux Administration Tips

    For anyone new to Linux, there are a few things that you must- know in order to get started. For example, you’ll need to know how to gain access to Linux, how to login, and how to get around Linux, once logged in. In this paper, you’ll learn all of that, and more, as we run down the top 10 must-knows of basic Linux administration. Download Now

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  4. The Essentials of Linux Network Administration

    If you’re ever going to do anything interesting with Linux, just like any other OS, you need to be connected to a network, whether it’s your own local company network or the public Internet. In this paper to learn what you need to know to connect your Linux host to the network as well as some tools to help you troubleshoot if things don’t go exactly as expected. Download Now

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  5. Getting Started with Linux on Cumulus Networks

    Cumulus Linux is a Linux distribution that is focused on layer 2 and layer 3 internetworking — switching and routing, respectively — using off-the-shelf whitebox switching hardware to accelerate the packet processing that would be done by software on traditional servers. Download Now

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