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Introduction to Linux

Discussion in 'Linux Beginner Tutorials' started by Rob, Jul 2, 2013.

  1. wizardfromoz

    wizardfromoz Super Moderator
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    Welcome to linux.org @bricega :)


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    You may not be aware, but Member @thrueye -

    "thrueye was last seen:
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    So I suspect has resolved this by now ;)

    Nice link, though, thank you for sharing

    Chris Turner
    wizardfromoz
     
  2. jtech

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    i chosse jump into lesson
     
  3. Rob

    Rob Administrator
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    Sorry - I need to put together the lesson indexes again.. feel free to read the tutorials linked up top in beginner/intermediate/advanced though to get a good start!
     
  4. JasKinasis

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    Or more efficiently, just use grep on its own:
    Code:
    grep xxxx /var/log/syslog
    
    Sorry - seeing as this thread was in the recently edited posts, I figured I'd be pedantic and point that out! :)
    I've probably used cat and grep in a few posts here, but there is really no need. Why cat and grep when you can simply grep?!
     
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