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56 Responses

  1. Louis Dominguez says:

    Im glad I found this, most of the articles I read did not help but this got me there and made me learn new commands as well.
    thanks for your effort and i hope you keep giving back the IT community!

  2. Dragos says:

    Systemd new system and service manager with systemctl a new way to manipulate services on Centos7/Redhat7.
    ex: systemctl enable/disable/start/restart, etc….network.sevice.
    Great work. Learning a lot from you.

  3. Rakesh Gosai says:

    indeed helpfull,
    i must appreciate your effort.

  4. Karthik says:

    Thank you for this article. It really helps us newbies! :)
    Avishek, could you please suggest good books/learning material for beginners?

  5. Prado says:

    Thanks Avishek,

    Great work! I somehow lost touch of some of these commands. Your tutorial is a refresher to me. Keep up the good work

  6. Avishek Kumar says:


  7. Frank says:

    Thanks for the useful commands, I had forgotten some and your article helped me relearn the basics again. Cheers

  8. Dipak says:

    awesome material.

  9. Shamjith says:

    This is really helpful, Helps a lot to refresh my knowledge

  10. Srinivas says:

    Really Useful stuff :) Good job :)

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