6 hours 20 minutes

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Linux Troubleshooting Commands This lesson covers basic trouble shooting commands. Participants learn about command line tools which will help them to discover where a problem exists and how to remedy the problem. In Linux, it is more efficient to use the command line interface and available command line tools. In this lab-based lesson, participants learn step-by-step directions in how to use commands to troubleshoot problems. Some of the commands covered are: - The shutdown command - The lshw command (list hardware) - The Test Disk recovery utility - The VM stack command This lesson also covers auditing, or log files. Auditing is especially helpful in the troubleshooting process. Auditing commands covered are: - The telnet command - The log directory command - The top command

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Greg Stuart