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You use a PC no?
cmd or command.com are what we call shells, the interface between you and the machine...
The shell issues the prompt you see and will interpret the commands you type after.
Those commands, put in a file and give the execution permission become what is know as shell script...
So I was wondering what are the benefits of Unix kernel?
It does Process Management, File Management, Main Memory Management and Disk Management!
Why couldn't operating system take care of these things? why did we need another intermediate :wall: (8 Replies)
I have been wondering how do Systems Administrators do the jump into Systems Engineering? Is it only a matter of time and experience or could I actually help myself get there?
Opinions? Books I could read?
Thanks a lot for your help! (0 Replies)
I have completed training for RH033, RH133, & RH253. How much practical hands-on time (besides just re-doing the labs) will I need to successfully pass the RHCSA/RHCE exam?
Also, is there an alternative for lab time besides week-long lab sessions that Red Hat sells for $300 a pop?
Thanks very... (8 Replies)
I heard that we can use Solaris to authenticate user with Active Directory. However, I do not see the point why we need to do that?? what's the benefit to authenticate user with Active Directory???
I have Solaris and I limited only 10 users can access Solaris production... (1 Reply)