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Unix Tips and Tricks: Nifty Shell Tricks
Unix Tips and Tricks: Nifty Shell Tricks

The objective of this tutorial is to show new users how to use and implement many of the shell's methods for providing automation at various levels. It demonstrates these methods by giving tricks and tips for special situations, and it also presents a rundown of useful shell one-liners for common tasks.

Date Submitted: July 26, 2007

Category: Linux

Linux Exam: Shell, Script, Program, & Compile
Linux Exam: Shell, Script, Program, & Compile

In this tutorial (the fifth in a series of nine tutorials on exam 102 topics), Ian Shields introduces you to the Bash shell, and scripts and programming in the Bash shell. By the end of this tutorial, you will know how to customize your shell environment, use shell programming structures to create functions and scripts, set and unset environment variables, and use the various login scripts.

Date Submitted: July 24, 2007

Category: Linux

Unix Tips and Tricks: Filters and Regular Expressions
Unix Tips and Tricks: Filters and Regular Expressions

Discover the power of UNIX filters. In this tutorial, you'll learn about the grep family in depth, including the syntax of regular expressions in many UNIX utilities. You'll also find out more about the stream editor, sed, as well as examine the awk pattern scanning language through examples and explanations.

Date Submitted: July 23, 2007

Category: Linux

Linux Exam: Documentation
Linux Exam: Documentation

In this tutorial (the fourth in a series of nine tutorials on exam 102 topics), Ian Shields introduces you to Linux documentation. By the end of this tutorial, you will know how to use and manage local documentation, find documentation on the Internet, and use automated logon messages to notify users of system events.

Date Submitted: July 19, 2007

Category: Linux

Executing Signed Binaries in Linux Kernel
Executing Signed Binaries in Linux Kernel

This tutorial is the second in a two-part series on locking your Linux machines down to streamline the associated support and administration processes. In Part 2 learn how to configure the Linux kernel to execute only signed binaries. In Part 1 you learned how to remove the interpreters from the installation base system to prevent spurious user changes.

Date Submitted: July 19, 2007

Category: Linux

Linux Exam: Printing
Linux Exam: Printing

In this tutorial (the third in a series of nine tutorials on exam 102 topics), Ian Shields introduces you to printing in Linux. By the end of this tutorial, you will know how to manage printers, print queues, and user print jobs on a Linux system.

Date Submitted: July 18, 2007

Category: Linux

Build Your Development Environment in Linux
Build Your Development Environment in Linux

Install and configure in this tutorial all of the software necessary to develop a Drupal-based Web site using Linux, including Eclipse, PHP, and more. When you're done, you will have a blank development canvas that you can use for any development project.

Date Submitted: July 18, 2007

Category: Linux

Programming Sockets in Python
Programming Sockets in Python

In this tutorial, you first learn a few Python basics and see why Python makes a good network programming language. Then you move on to the basic sockets features of Python, using a sample chat application as a guide, and look at several other, high-level, classes that provide asynchronous communications.

Date Submitted: July 13, 2007

Category: Linux

Ready for Hacking Linux 2.6 Kernel
Ready for Hacking Linux 2.6 Kernel

In this first of a two-part series, learn about system and environment requirements, the best ways to acquire Linux source code, how to configure and boot your new kernel, and how to use the printk function to print messages during bootup.

Date Submitted: July 12, 2007

Category: Linux

GLib Collection for Linux and UNIX Developers
GLib Collection for Linux and UNIX Developers

In this tutorial, learn how to use the GLib collection data structures to effectively manage data within C programs. In particular, you'll see how to use GLib's built-in data structures/containers -- linked lists, hash tables, arrays, trees, queues, and relations -- to fill the need for them in C.

Date Submitted: July 10, 2007

Category: Linux

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