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By Jack Wallen Get Started Jan 18, 2016

The top Linux commands for server administrators

Managing Linux servers requires command line skills. Keep a list of the top Linux commands to schedule tasks, check statuses and see open files. Continue Reading


By Sander Van Vugt Get Started Jan 13, 2016

Analyze Linux network connectivity issues with the ping utility

Linux administrators can narrow down network connectivity problems by deploying the ping utility. Continue Reading


By Kevin Beaver Problem Solve Nov 04, 2015

Be on the lookout for Linux security vulnerabilities

Some of the most common Linux security vulnerabilities are also Windows vulnerabilities. They're all fairly easy to guard against, but some shops overlook securing any Linux systems that may be on their network. Continue Reading


By Sander Van Vugt Manage Jan 04, 2016

The Linux ip command makes network config easy

The Linux ip command makes monitoring a Linux network configuration easy, but you need to know what to look for. Continue Reading


By Mike Preston Get Started Oct 26, 2015

Tips on how to run Linux in a virtual machine

Here are some tips and tweaks on how to get the most out of running Linux virtualized in a VMware environment. Continue Reading


By Jack Wallen Get Started Oct 16, 2015

Essential Linux server software for enterprises

Businesses can deploy a mix of Linux server software offerings to take advantage of the cost and flexibility benefits of open source. Continue Reading


By Rob Reilly Get Started Oct 06, 2015

Get to know the awk command for Linux

Awk lets you find and process patterns in text. It can get complicated, but the basics are pretty simple and a good place to start learning about Linux commands. Continue Reading


By Jack Wallen Get Started Sep 14, 2015

How learning Linux jumpstarted my career

Choosing an alternative to Windows 98 and learning Linux -- back in the 90s -- led Jack Wallen to his current career. How did you get started with Linux? Continue Reading


By Sander Van Vugt Evaluate Aug 24, 2015

Why systemd Linux containers make sense

Why complicate container management with a new platform when systemd can help you deploy and manage containers today? Continue Reading


By Michael Heller News Jan 21, 2016

Linux kernel vulnerability has unknown risk, but Google has fix

A newly found Linux kernel vulnerability has garnered big headlines. Google said the risk to Android has been overstated, and experts are unsure about the danger to the wider Linux ecosystem. Continue Reading