Exercises, examples and other material relating to training module A191. This topic is presented on public course Linux bootcamp
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|3632||What is Make?|
Make is a build tool. Let me give you some examples of where it might be used:
• If you're making an executable program, there is often a quite complex series of instructions to follow to convert your source files into the final executable file (your ultimate target).
• Similarly, if you're ...
|1288||Linux run states, shell special commands, and directory structures|
Some useful notes from the board ...
Run states of Unix and Linux systems:
0 - Halted
1 - Single User
2 - Multiuser
3 - Full Multiuser (inc servers)
5 - Same + X Windows
6 - transient reboot
Install Order for LAMP
... then Apache httpd
... then MySQL
... then PHP.
PHP must be after MySQL ...
|1292||DHCP automatic IP address v Static IP|
"My system chose its own IP address ... does it matter?" From Skype - a fresh server (a real "beast") is just being commissioned:
newsystem 06/08/2007 07:22
okay, this beastie has powers beyond my full comprehension. Firstly, it has two ethernet ports. secondly, it automatically chose an IP address. ...
When installing Linux, you're able to choose how to split up (partition or slice) your disc(s) and which part of the file system to put on each. Here's a partitioning algorithm that we came up with for an organisation that has a variety of servers.
WHAT do you want on separate partitions?
/ - duh, ...
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Topics covered in this module
What you need before you start.
Choosing your release.
Slicing / Partitioning your discs.
Post-install basic configuration.
Adding local enhancements.
Issues in planning a multi-boot system.
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