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25 March , 2013

Useful links

Filed under: Linux, Tech — Tags: — Ranganathan @ 12:16

This blog to post useful links I came across very recently. All towards *The Goal*.

Originally, I would have saved these on del.icio.us . Not anymore. These days, that site has become a shameful ugly mutant of what it used to be. Hence using this blog.

[hence, I will be editing this same post to add more links on this track.]

Useful “swiss army knife” one-liners on Unix:
https://www.quora.com/What-are-the-most-useful-swiss-army-knife-one-liners-on-Unix

Lesser known but more useful Unix commands:
https://www.quora.com/What-are-some-lesser-known-but-useful-Unix-commands

Looks interesting. MOSH (MObile Shell) by MIT:
http://mosh.mit.edu/

Time-saving tips that every Linux user should know:
https://www.quora.com/Linux/What-are-some-time-saving-tips-that-every-Linux-user-should-know

Cheat-sheet:
https://github.com/mconigliaro/RHCE-Cheat-Sheet

A few good recommendations for preparation:
https://www.quora.com/Red-Hat-Enterprise-Linux/How-to-prepare-and-what-are-the-best-resources-to-prepare-for-Red-Hat-Certified-Engineer-RHCE-certification
https://www.quora.com/Linux/Which-is-the-best-resource-to-prepare-RHCE-certification

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ps:

1. updated Timezone and date formate just before posting this.
2. in future posts I should be heavily reducing negativity , and increasing Positivity by a large factor.
3. will use just simple language that I know. (strictly no referring to dict / thesaurus for the articles.)

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