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In this downloadable PDF cheat sheet, get a list of Linux utilities and commands for managing servers and networks.
osdc_cheatsheet-neorking-2021.4.8.pngIf your daily tasks include managing servers and the data center's network, the following Linux utilities and commands-from basic to advanced-will help make network management easier.
In several of these commands, you'll see
<fqdn>, which stands for "fully qualified domain name." When you see this, substitute your website URL or your server (e.g.,
server-name.company.com), as the case may be.
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When you're learning GNU Screen, you'll have a lot of new keyboard commands to remember. Some you'll remember right away, but the ones you use less often might be difficult to keep track of. You can always access a Help screen within GNU Screen with Ctrl+A then ?, but if you prefer something you can print out and keep by your keyboard, download our GNU Screen cheat sheet.
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It is amusing how the brain of bioinformaticians work! Learning a new programming language for days feels so much of fun that making 5-minute discussion with neighbors (unless under special circumstances!) in our own mother-tongue. Today every bioinformatician keeps more than few languages and core IT toolkits on their plate. It has become mandatory to be able to mold different code snippets to build our own custom workflows, and thus keeping syntax at our fingertips has become essential.Although Google is the best way to get syntax problem solved, it is not a bad idea to keep reference sheets is our smartphones or stick out some printed sheets on the back of your door, in the old fashion way!!
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