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Articles 23 Aug 2017
Learn Linux, 101: A roadmap for LPIC-1
Use this roadmap to find IBM developerWorks tutorials that help you learn and review basic Linux tasks. And if you're also pursuing professional certification as a Linux system administrator, these tutorials can help you study for the Linux Professional Institute's LPIC-1: Linux Server Professional Certification exam 101 and exam 102. This roadmap is organized according to the 43 objectives in the 101 and 102 exams, which you are required to pass for LPIC-1 certification.
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Articles 31 Jul 2017
Scale Sterling B2B Integrator using Softlayer Auto Scale
In this article, we discuss IBM Sterling B2B Integrator application cluster deployment and some best practices for achieving scalability through clustering. We also discuss the prerequisites for setting up Auto Scale for Sterling B2B Integrator hosted on Softlayer, which includes creating image templates; setting up the post-installation scripts; and configuring Auto Scale groups, policies, and triggers. While the actual configurations for achieving auto scaling differ on a case-by-case basis, this article's recommendations are designed for handling large volumes of data processing and for peak load scenarios.
Articles 10 Feb 2015
Learn Linux, 101: Create partitions and filesystems
Learn how to create partitions on a disk drive and how to format them for use on a Linux system as swap or data space. You can use the material in this article to study for the LPI 101 exam for Linux system administrator certification, or just to learn about partitions and Linux filesystems for your own use.
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Articles 04 Dec 2012
Basic tasks for new Linux users
If you're a Windows user, you may find your new Linux system to be a bit different from what you're used to. One of your first tasks will probably be installing additional software, including some of IBM's extensive software for Linux. In many cases, installing software on a Linux system requires you to log in, become the super user (or root) for some tasks, open a terminal or shell window, and mount a CD-ROM, DVD, or USB drive. This article guides you through these basic first-time user tasks and more.
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Tutorial 19 Nov 2011
Learn Linux, 101: Boot the system
Learn to guide your Linux system through the boot process. You can use the material in this article to study for the LPI 101 exam for Linux system administrator certification, or just to learn about the boot process.
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Articles 20 Sep 2011
Basic tasks for new Linux users
If you're a Windows user, you may find your new Linux system to be a bit different from what you're used to. One of your first tasks will probably be installing additional software, including some of IBM's extensive software for Linux. In many cases, installing software on a Linux system requires you to log in, become the super user (or root) for some tasks, open a terminal or shell window, and mount a CD-ROM, DVD, or USB drive. This article guides you through these basic first-time user tasks and more.
Tutorial 07 Apr 2011
Learn Linux, 101: Find and place system files
Learn the correct location for files under the Filesystem Hierarchy Standard (FHS) on a Linux system and learn how to find important files and commands. You can use the material in this article to study for the LPI 101 exam for Linux system administrator certification, or just to explore file organization and management.
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Articles 09 Jun 2010
Learn Linux, 101: Create and change hard and symbolic links
Learn how to create and manage hard and symbolic links to files on your Linux system. You can use the material in this article to study for the LPI 101 exam for Linux system administrator certification, or just to explore the differences between hard and soft, or symbolic, links and the best ways to link to files, as opposed to copying files.
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Articles 01 Jun 2010
Learn Linux, 101: Process execution priorities
Learn how to set and change process priorities so that applications get as much processing time as they need. You can use this material in this article to study for the LPI 101 exam for Linux system administrator certification, or just to learn for fun.
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Articles 02 Feb 2010
Learn Linux, 101: Streams, pipes, and redirects
If you think streams and pipes make a Linux expert sound like a plumber, here's your chance to learn about them and how to redirect and split them. You even learn how to turn a stream into command arguments. You can use this material in this article to study for the LPI 101 exam for Linux system administrator certification, or just to learn for fun.
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Articles 14 Oct 2009
Linux tip: Creating a pixel ruler from the command line
Learn how to use the Linux command line and some basic Bash scripting techniques to draw lines and text on images using ImageMagick. And create a pixel ruler along the way.
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Articles 23 Jul 2009
Linux tip: Controlling the duration of scheduled jobs
Say you need to debug a pesky problem by running some traces for 30 minutes at midnight, or you would just like to use your Linux system as an alarm clock. This tip helps you stop jobs, such as those started with the cron and at capabilities, after the jobs have run for a certain time, or when some other criteria are met.
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Tips 31 Jul 2007
Linux tip: Job scheduling with cron and at
You need to run a job at midnight when system usage is low, or you need to run jobs daily or weekly, but you would rather be sleeping, or enjoying life in some other way. Other good reasons for scheduling jobs include letting routine tasks happen automatically, or ensuring tasks are handled the same way every time. This tip helps you use the cron and at capabilities to schedule jobs periodically or at a single future time.
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Tips 18 Jul 2007
LPI exam 102 prep, Topic 111: Administrative tasks
In this tutorial, Ian Shields continues preparing you to take the Linux Professional Institute Junior Level Administration (LPIC-1) Exam 102. In this sixth in a series of nine tutorials, Ian introduces you to administrative tasks. By the end of this tutorial, you will know how to manage users and groups, set user profiles and environments, use log files, schedule jobs, back up your data, and maintain the system time.
Tutorial 10 Jul 2007
LPI exam 102 prep, Topic 108: Linux documentation
In this tutorial, Ian Shields continues preparing you to take the Linux Professional Institute Junior Level Administration (LPIC-1) Exam 102. In this fourth in a series of nine tutorials, Ian introduces you to Linux documentation. By the end of this tutorial, you will know how to use and manage local documentation, find documentation on the Internet, and use automated logon messages to notify users of system events.
Tutorial 20 Sep 2006
LPI exam 102 prep, Topic 107: Printing
In this tutorial, Ian Shields continues preparing you to take the Linux Professional Institute Junior Level Administration (LPIC-1) Exam 102. In this third in a series of nine tutorials, Ian introduces you to printing in Linux. By the end of this tutorial, you will know how to manage printers, print queues, and user print jobs on a Linux system.
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Tutorial 22 Aug 2006
LPI exam 101 prep: The X Window System
In this tutorial, Ian Shields continues preparing you to take the Linux Professional Institute Junior Level Administration (LPIC-1) Exam 101. In this fifth in a series of five tutorials, Ian introduces you to the X Window System on Linux. By the end of this tutorial, you will know how to install and maintain the X Window System. This tutorial covers both major packages for X on Linux: XFree86 and X.Org.
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Tutorial 02 Jul 2006
LPI exam 102 prep: Kernel
In this tutorial, Ian Shields begins preparing you to take the Linux Professional Institute Junior Level Administration (LPIC-1) Exam 102. In this first in a series of nine tutorials, Ian introduces you to the kernel on Linux. By the end of this tutorial, you will know how to build, install, and query a Linux kernel and its kernel modules.
Tutorial 21 Mar 2006
Installing IBM Rational Software Modeler V6.0 trial for Windows compatibility patch
After you install the trial version of Rational Software Modeler V6.0, and before you run it, you must apply a patch to update some configuration files. The patch is required because retail versions of Rational Software Development Platform products, such as Rational Software Modeler V6.0, are designed to install only additional components if some components are already installed. As a result, trial versions of these products cannot coexist with the retail versions. Trial versions of products such as Rational Functional Tester and Rational Software Modeler must also be separate. This article details how to apply the patch, how to update your workspace, and how to update your trial product.
Articles 22 Mar 2005
Windows SEK 2005 Release 1: Installing IBM Rational Web Developer V6.0 trial for Windows compatibility patch
After you install the trial version of Rational Web Developer V6.0, and before you run it, you must apply a patch to update some configuration files. The patch is required because retail versions of Rational Software Development Platform products, such as Rational Web Developer V6.0, are designed to install only additional components if some components are already installed. As a result, trial versions of these products cannot coexist with the retail versions. Trial versions of products such as Rational Functional Tester and Rational Web Developer must also be separate. This article details how to apply the patch, how to update your workspace, and how to update your trial product.
Articles 22 Mar 2005
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