"I recently decided to take the tests towards the Red Hat
Certified Engineer (RHCE) diploma. It was partly my decision,
and partly my company's decision. In any case, no matter what,
I had to prepare for the test to maximize my chances and in
order to do so I needed to put together some documentation in the
form of short notes that could help me study for the exam. Well,
here are the results. I think this Red Hat Linux Cheat Sheet
document could prove really useful for many Linux novices. It
provides a quick overview of Red Hat Linux and Linux in general,
covering many aspects of the OS such as: installation,
initialization files, boot process, configuration of multiple
services (httpd, ftpd, mail...), security, etc. I honestly believe
it is worth publishing on this site, and will try to keep it up to
date in the future as much as possible."
"Please, feel free to drop me an email if you have any
suggestions or think that I made a mistake somewhere."
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