Well you could install CentOS and search around some basic administrative tasks to learn. If you want to learn anything on Linux, I would recommend at least gaining an understanding of the command ... [by usr_drc]
I am a student at DeVry University, newly introduced to Fedora and Linux in general, and have a project whereby, we have been asked to consider some administrative tasks that we could automate via a script.
I was wondering if there were any thoughts or directives from the community on what admin tasks you guys find to be of inestimable use in automating via a Linux script.
I recently purchased my first android enabled phone, an lgl75c (I believe 'aka' optimus zip). I am really digging the advantages of having a smart phone and want to "expand the possibilities" (as I believe I'm barely grazing the surface).
Can a user who is not an admin be added to sudoers to allow them to elevate to root and run administrative tasks only from the command line by using sudo, but not be able to perform administrative tasks in any other capacity?
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