As much as possible, the Ultimate Linux Newbie Guide scours the net to find the best in guides, tips, tricks and tutorials. This month, we’ve found the following guides which you’ll no doubt find helpful.
Have a look at some of these goodies:
- How to format storage devices in Linux. A comprehensive but succinct tutorial on using parted and lsblk from the command line to deal with partitioning and formatting disks. [Linux.com].
- How to install Owncloud 9.1.4 on Centos 7. The awesome OwnCloud – the ‘dropbox/google drive’ but for your own private cloud has been updated to version 9.1.4. This tutorial shows you how to install it for your home use, or your enterprise on Centos 7. [Unixmen.com].
- How to install Fedora 25 on your Raspberry Pi. [OpenSource.com]
- How to search for files at the command line with the built-in ‘find’ tool. [Linux.com]
- How to install Microsoft SQL Server on Centos 7 Linux [idroot.net]
- 6 Basic Network commands in Linux. This short tutorial gets to grips with the basic, yet essential knowledge network tools like ping, netstat, route and dig. [Rosehosting.com]
- How to use scp to securely copy files across network(s) to another machine. If you don’t know how to use scp, it should definitely be in your tool arsenal, especially if you are a Linux sysadmin. It uses the SSH protocol to copy files securely. Don’t use FTP, use SCP! [Linux.com]
- Tutorial on CloneZilla to copy a hard drive: If you’ve used dd or another command before to copy a dying hard drive, it can sometimes be painful (and slow!). Using the CloneZilla rescue linux distribution makes it easy. This video shows you how [The Chronicles of Renard]
- Full Linux video tutorial (7 hrs+). Go from beginner to advanced with RedHat, CentOS and Kali.
Did we miss anything?
As always, we are always interested in contributions. If you think we missed any great links, let us know by commenting and we will add them to the list. If you have any original content of your own that you would like us to add to the site, then get in touch too!