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Windows-to-Linux roadmap: Overview

Search result description:Nov 11, 2003 ... You're moving from Windows to Linux. You've decided you want the stability,
flexibility, and cost savings of Linux, but you have many questions ...

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Windows-to-Linux roadmap: Part 1. Thinking in Linux

Search result description:Nov 11, 2003 ... You have started to make the change from Windows to Linux. This may have
been your decision, or may have come from "on high." In either ...

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Linux for Windows systems administrators: Managing and ...

Search result description:Jan 17, 2012 ... Windows and Linux use different file system architectures. Fortunately, your
Windows experience can put you on the fast track to being ...

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DB2 for Linux, UNIX, and Windows

Search result description:IBM® DB2® for Linux®, UNIX® and Windows® is the database of choice for
robust, enterprise-wide solutions because it handles both high-volume
transactional ...

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Windows-to-Linux roadmap: Part 2. Console crash course

Search result description:IBM e-business architect Chris Walden is your guide through a nine-part
developerWorks series on moving your operational skills from a Windows to a
Linux ...

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Build skills for DB2 for Linux, UNIX, and Windows

Search result description:Build skills for DB2 for Linux, UNIX, and Windows. Resources for DBAs and
developers. If you're a DBA or database developer currently working with Oracle
or ...

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Linux for Windows systems administrators: Administer Linux with ...

Search result description:Jun 26, 2012 ... Working with Linux doesn't mean your work is restricted to command-line tools.
True, most experienced Linux administrators use command-line ...

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Windows-to-Linux roadmap: Part 4. User administration

Search result description:Nov 11, 2003 ... Administering users in Linux is both very similar to and very different from
administering Windows users. Both systems are multi-user, and ...

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Using Linux in a Windows world

Search result description:Apr 3, 2013 ... Although it's easier than ever to buy a new machine that runs Linux out of the box
or migrate an existing Windows system to Linux, simply ...

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Linux for Windows systems administrators: Understand how to ...

Search result description:Apr 24, 2012 ... The root user is the superuser in Linux, comparable to the administrator account
in Windows. Running an application under the root user ...

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DB2 Recovery Expert for Linux, Unix and Windows

Search result description:Download a free trial version of DB2 Recovery Expert for Linux, Unix, and
Windows, V4.1.0 which helps you recover faster and with greater granularity
while ...

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Create Linux and Windows images for OpenStack private clouds

Search result description:Jan 13, 2014 ... This article proposes a new way to construct Linux and Windows images for
private clouds built with the OpenStack cloud operating system.

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Windows-to-Linux roadmap: Part 6. Working with partitions and file ...

Search result description:Nov 11, 2003 ... Working with files and storage devices in Linux is different from Windows. There
are files and a hierarchical directory structure, but beyond that ...

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Learn Linux, 302 (Mixed environments): Working with Windows clients

Search result description:Nov 29, 2011 ... While UNIX and Linux computers can be clients to a Samba server, most clients
of most Samba servers run Windows. Therefore, you should ...

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Windows-to-Linux roadmap: Part 8. Backup and recovery

Search result description:Nov 11, 2003 ... The file-based nature of Linux is a great advantage when backing up and
restoring the system. In a Windows system, the registry is very system ...


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