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Presentation on basic commands and good to know tools for developers on Linux, Apache and CentOS

Presentation on basic commands and good to know tools for developers on Linux, Apache and CentOS

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  • 1. Linux : Apache Quick Guide for developers
  • 2. Add/remove a package • What is yum ? • Yum is a command to manage packages on a Linux Operating System. It will search for targeted repository and itsdependencies. This command only works for Red Hat Distribution ( CentOs / Fedora) • Yum install <package> • Yum remove <package> • Yum update <package>
  • 3. File and directory management • Pwd = Current location • Cd = Change directory • Mkdir = Create a directory • Touch = Create a file • Cp = Copy a file • Mv = Move a file • Ls = List
  • 4. Text editor • Vi (pre-installed) • Vim • Nano • Gedit
  • 5. Display the content • Tail => show the bottom of a file • Head => show the top of a file • Cat => show an entire file • More => print an entire file
  • 6. Good commands to know • Ifconfig => Network configuration • Df –h => Disk Free • Du –h => Disk Use • Top (pre-installed) or htop => Process viewer • Updatedb => Update indexing • Locate => Search a file • Find => Search a file
  • 7. How to get the proper syntax of a command ? • <command> --help • Man <command>
  • 8. Apache management • /var/www/html/ => Default Directory for web site • /etc/httpd/httpd.conf => Apache’s configuration file • /etc/httpd/conf.d/phpMyAdmin.conf • /etc/php.ini => PHP’s configuration file • /etc/init.d/httpd start | stop | restart • Service httpd start | stop | restart • /var/log/httpd/error_log • /var/log/httpd/access_log
  • 9. How to access your Apache server ? • Ssh root@IP_Address • Putty / MobaXtern / MRemote