Linux in a nutshell : a desktop quick reference by Ellen Siever; et al

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Notify time server that date has changed. Manage routing tables. Overview of Networking | 21 Sys Admin Overview Networks connect computers so that the different systems can share information. For users and system administrators, Unix systems have traditionally provided a set of simple but valuable network services that let you check whether systems are running, refer to files residing on remote systems, communicate via electronic mail, and so on. Command routed slattach sshd tcpdump telnetd tftpd zebra Action Dynamically keep routing tables up to date.

I dir Additionally, search directory dir for m4 macro definitions. m4. 34 | Chapter 3: Linux Commands This is the Title of the Book, eMatter Edition Copyright © 2009 O’Reilly & Associates, Inc. All rights reserved. acpi --print-ac-dir Print the name of the directory to be searched for m4 files, then exit. --verbose Print names of files being processed. --version Print version number, then exit. aconnect aconnect [options] [sender] [receiver] aconnect [options] Like its GUI relative alsa-patch-bay, aconnect connects ports in MIDI hardware and software to route events, similar to running patch cables between different mixers and synthesizers in an allhardware audio system.

Thankfully, however, it is backward compatible with SysVinit and most distributions use it in a way in which much of the preceding paragraph remains accurate. d. The biggest change with Upstart is with configuration. d. d/rcN configures runlevel N. Command chkconfig ctrlaltdel halt initctl reboot runlevel shutdown telinit uptime Action Manage which services run in a runlevel. Shut down and then soft reboot system. Stop or shut down system. Manage the Upstart init daemon. Shut down and then hard reboot system.

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