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- Linux Discussion
- 101 Intro Class: No question is too stupid!
- System Administrator Study Group
Introducing the latest completely unnecessary, but excellent addition to the Linux Study Group. A few of us, starting 2/22/2012, are exploring a specific topic as deeply as possible. Once those willingly put themselves through this torture reach a proper saturation point, we'll move onto something else. We're starting with something very basic, but endlessly frustrating: File Permissions. Just hearing those words might have you grinding your teeth. Good. Get studying!
How can you make this actually productive?
1. Take your time. There is no deadline for understanding.
2. Record your research; copy links and anything else to a txt file or e-mail.
3. Share your findings with others. The easiest way to do is this by hosting your findings on your own server or a free wordpress account. I do not recommend posting directly to this wiki as someone could easily delete it.
4. Study books freely available in our library to practice or quiz yourself.
Examples of what you should master (please expand this):
User Group Other
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