RHCE and RHCSA tips and tricks

I did the RHCE exam some time ago, and still there are some tricks and advices I tell the people to bear in mind some of the things I used and that were also provided in the Red Hat Enterprise 8 Administration book: Don’t remember every step, it’s not effective, for example as I don’t recall syntax for BIND, I do remember package that has some files with examples and I use that one to check what I need to do Install mlocate and run updatedb as soon as you start, then you can use locate <file> to find out files in your system Use your preferred editor… it’s common to use vi or vim as it’s pretty standard, but if you’re used to another, make yourself comfortable in the system....

July 13, 2022 · 2 min · Pablo Iranzo Gómez

The experience of writing a book

I wanted to write about my experience (before I forget about it), and as some colleagues asked about it… here we go… As published in the blog entry RHEL8 Administration book, some colleagues and I wrote a book on RHEL8 administration, which can be bought here. Many years ago I started one about Linux, but every time a new paragraph was added, a lot of new ‘TO-DO’ items were appended as the information growth… and as it was a ‘solo’ project, I had other stuff to work on and was parked....

September 15, 2021 · 5 min · iranzo

[Book] Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 Administration

After some time working on it (about 6 months for the main work and some more time for the reviews) with my colleagues Miguel and Scott, we’ve finally made it thanks to the support from our families and Packt, as well as several members of RH teams that gave the clearance to get it out! The book targets users willing to learn skills to administer Red Hat Enterprise Linux or compatible systems....

September 11, 2021 · 1 min · iranzo
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