Using the Linux Fdisk Command and Linux Parted Command to Do Hard Disk Partitioning – Red Hat Linux
Clyde E. Boom asked: The Linux fdisk and parted commands are both used to start “utility” programs that are used to do hard disk partitioning tasks.Understanding Linux Hard Disk Partitions and Filesystems Prior to installing the Linux operating system on a hard disk, a partition of...
Linux Certification – An Opportunity For You to Get a Good Job
Allan Massey asked: In this fast pace world, many companies come out with different training as well as certification programs to improve the technical skill of the individuals in different sector. Linux Certification is considered as proof that an individual has excellent technical skills....
Linux Vs Windows Web Hosting Servers
Cody Sparks asked: Most of the time when working in web development there will be two types of operating systems for a web server, Linux and Windows. When you hear Linux Server and Windows Server, you are just hearing the different operating systems the server will be running. This can be a...
Linux for Windows Users
Chin Wong asked: SHIFTING to the Linux operating system can be pretty daunting for long-time Windows users who have grown accustomed to doing things a certain way.Some months ago, we looked at the challenges that Windows users face when first using Mac OS X. The challenges are somewhat different...
Superblock Corruption Makes Linux Volume Unmountable
Allen Sood asked: Like other computer operating systems, Linux also comprise of various components, which include Superblock. Superblock is a significant metadata of the Linux operating system, which describes file systems on the Linux hard drive. The system components have interdependency and...

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