Learning CentOS: A Beginners Guide to Learning Linux by Mr Nathan James Neil
English | 29 Jun. 2016 | ISBN: 1534951660 | 86 Pages | AZW3/MOBI/EPUB/PDF (conv) | 2.59 MB
Most websites on the internet are powered by a CentOS server. CentOS is a very popular and lightweight version of Linux with a ten year support cycle.
We start by learning how to install packages, manage users, and navigating our CentOS server by the CLI or Command Line Interface.
If you are looking for a new skill or want to expand upon your current knowledge, this book serves as a great tool to get started and reference down the road.
What is Linux and CentOS 7?
Methods to Install CentOS 7 and Get Started.
Setting Up CentOS on a Virtual Private Server (DigitalOcean or Linode)
Setting Up CentOS on a Virtual Machine Using (Oracle VirtualBox)
Installing CentOS on a Virtual Machine
Getting Familiar with the Command Line Interface or CLI
Logging into CentOS and Learning General System Navigation
Creating New Users
Checking System Resource Status
Making Directories and Files
Editing, Moving, Copying, and Deleting Files
Installing LAMP (Apache, MySQL/MariaSQL, PHP)
Managing the Server from the Browser
Permission Settings, Groups, and Types
Adding a Database
Setting Up and Configuring WordPress
Understanding wget and rsync
Changing File and Directory Ownership and Permission Settings