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LPI exam 201 prep: System startup

Intermediate Level Administration (LPIC-2) topic 202

David Mertz, Developer, Gnosis Software
David Mertz
David Mertz is Turing complete, but probably would not pass the Turing Test. For more on his life, see his personal Web page. He's been writing the developerWorks columns Charming Python and XML Matters since 2000. Check out his book Text Processing in Python.

Summary:  In this tutorial, David Mertz begins continues you to take the Linux Professional Institute® Intermediate Level Administration (LPIC-2) Exam 201. In this second of eight tutorials, you learn the steps a Linux™ system goes through during system initialization, and how to modify and customize those behaviors for your specific needs.

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Date:  31 Aug 2005
Level:  Intermediate PDF:  A4 and Letter (226 KB | 12 pages)Get Adobe® Reader®

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David Mertz

David Mertz is Turing complete, but probably would not pass the Turing Test. For more on his life, see his personal Web page. He's been writing the developerWorks columns Charming Python and XML Matters since 2000. Check out his book Text Processing in Python.

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