Linux is an Open Source computer operating system designed primarily for the PC but also available for a wide range of other systems. These tutorials can be of benefit to beginners looking to get started in the world of Linux computing.
Having recently deleted some files by accident over a Samba share, I thought that it may be a good idea to have something similar to the Windows Recycle Bin so that deleted files are moved and can be easily recovered without risking the loss of data. The recycle bin can be emptied periodically and gives an extra layer of protection for your data.
Argh! Too busy on doing 6 things at the same time and during a slight loss of concentration I've deleted files which I need! What do I do? How do I get them back? How do I undelete files in Linux?
In this tutorial I am going to go through some of the command line tools used to perform basic operations on files, as well as reading and writing on the command line.
I will shortly be setting up my own web design and development company and I have decided that I need to have a development web server and so I am going to use a nettop PC running Linux to serve that purpose. This was originally going to be my notes on how to set-up the server, but I have posted it here just in case it can help somebody else.
This post is going to contain a list of tips and tricks used to the beginner Linux user. It covers lots of tasks which are second nature to Linux veterans, but hard to grasp for new users.
A few quick tips and cheat sheets for administering apache on a Linux server.
A collection of useful MySql administration snippets for use on Linux Systems. I will be using this as a reference for myself and adding to it from time to time.