New Linux user and several questions!
janina at rednote.net
Fri Jul 8 16:57:29 UTC 2005
Welcome to Linux.
Brian Olesen writes:
> Brian Olesen, le Fri 08 Jul 2005 17:51:07 +0200, a écrit :
> >How can I get into Linux?
> >Where do I start?
> Well, what do you want to do ? :)
> In the beginning I just need to act as an administrator of the Linux server
> I have here. There fore I probably need some basic skills of the command
> line tools and commands of Linux / Unix?
> How do you creat a user,
how do you setup the ftp server
Edit /etc/vsftpd/vsftpd.conf as appropriate.
service vsftpd start
to turn it on for your currently running session.
chkconfig --level 35 vsftpd on
To enable it to start automatically on boot.
chkconfig --list |more
for a list of services manageable through the service and chkconfig
You should setup up yum and update your installation. It's only been a
month, but already there are over a gig of updates to Fedora 4 packages.
That's normal, by the way. Linux is a much more dynamic environment than
the proprietary OS environment.
Remember the man command, it is your eternal friend.
Use the "Now What" pointers we provide in our Installation HOWTO for the
Speakup Modified Fedora Distribution:
PS: Kernels for the Speakup Modified Fedora 4 should become available
within a week. Installation iso images are probably also not far away.
> and such things.
> I have some sort of interface on the system called Webmin 1.210.
> I think I can do thousands of cool things with that, but I'm afraid to do
> something wrong, so I'd prefer to start out with some command line stuff
> and slowly making progress.
> Best regards
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