In the first two installments of this series we took a look at the history of Linux and how it has grown into an essential force in many enterprise data centers. We also discussed some of the ways in which Windows and Linux are both similar and different, with the goal of helping to orient new Linux administrators with a background in Windows operations.

The entirety of this series will focus on the following introductory Linux concepts:

  • Creating and managing user accounts, passwords and groups
  • Working with files, directories and permissions
  • Granting administrative privileges
  • Installing programs/services and setting sta ...

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