Environment : Server A, 192.168.2.10, server1.localdomain, root, user1 Server B, 192.168.2.20, server2.localdomain, root, user2 Condition : Server A, wanna put file of content in directory /app/web/ to Server B where owner is user1 and will execute by root
This is a list of UNIX utilities as specified by IEEE Std 1003.1-2008, which is part of the Single UNIX Specification (SUS). These utilities can be found on UNIX Operating systems and most UNIX-like operating systems.
10 Notes on Applications 10.1 Mail Transfer Agents (MTAs) The Linux distributions I know come with sendmail, except for Mandrake, which as of version 7.1 uses Postfix as its default MTA. There are several competing programs available. Even the… Read more ›
9 Alphabetical List of Principal Commands In the following command list, the distinction between upper case and lower case letters is important. Most of the commands are utilities that are run by invoking their own executable files. In some cases,… Read more ›
7 Important Daemons and Startup Services These are programs or processes which are run at boot time. Some remain in memory to execute various tasks when required (daemons). Most are started and stopped with scripts in the /etc/rc.d/init.d directory (see… Read more ›
5 Important Directories Different distributions have different directory structures, despite attempts at standardization such as the the Linux Filesystem Hierarchy Standard (FHS) organization. /bin – essential UNIX commands such as ls, etc. Should contain all binaries needed to boot the… Read more ›