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  1. Recently took the RHEL 7 RHCSA exam. These are the questions i received along with a short explanation or answer when possible. I apologize in advance for the formatting - BBCode is a nightmare! [Hidden Content]
  2. Hey folks, I want to share some questions from the EX200 RHCSA RHEL 7 Exam: 1. Reset root password (adding rd.break to Grub2 boot options, remounting RW and chrooting /sysroot, passwd, touch /.autorelabel) 2. Set network settings and hostname 3. Set SELinux into enforcing mode (/etc/selinux/config) 4. Add user with specific supplementary groups, uid and shell 5. Create new SWAP partition with fdisk, mkswap and /etc/fstab 6. Create new LVM partition / PV / VG / LV with specific filesystem and size 7. Extend an LV and the filesystem on it 8. Create a shared folder (set GUID-bit) 9. Create a connection to LDAP (system-config-auth) 10. Use the NFS-automounter for spezific folder 11. Activate and start services via systemctl 12. Find files of specific user 13. Grep specific parts of a file and write them to another file 14. Use ACLs on files 15. Create an zipped TAR-archiv 16. Update the kernel via new YUM-repo 17. Create a new YUM-repo 18. Create a Cronjob for specific user This list didnt claimes to be complete, but most of the things should be in there. If you have any questions feel free to ask in this thread. Greetings, TimeWarp
  3. Hello! Can someone help me on recommending materials, video tutorials, sites, etc. on learning Linux? Specifically on RHEL desktop or server 7 and Fedora 21 or 22 desktop/server. I want to learn linux. Currently I'm a newbie and no working knowledge on linux. Comment please. Thank you all!
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