When I was preparing for my first certification exam, I learned that hands-on experience is key to achieve your goals in IT. Practice make the master and make labs with real life examples is the funniest part of the learning process. In this post, I will walk you through VirtualBox, which has been my default… Continue reading Prepare your lab using Virtual Box
Searching is vital for so many things in the Linux world. Let’s say that we want to search for a log in a specific period of time, or we want to search for a file in shared folder hosted on our server by extension, by date created or by last modification. All the above can… Continue reading Searching files in CentOS
In Linux everything it’s considered a file, for that reason editing files become such an important task in the system admin world. Vi or Vim it’s the text editor by default in CentOS and the same comes within almost all the Linux distributions in the market, to be quite honest I used to hate Vi… Continue reading Editing text with Vi/m
Several years ago when I heard about Linux for the first time, I though about like a abstract and useless piece of software, of course I used to ignore 99% of it and I couldn’t be more wrong. Now Linux has became my daily basis and I want to learn more and more every day… Continue reading Working with targets and systemd CentOS7
One of the first step to become LFCS is to choose a distribution where your exam will be based on, the three options are the most used and relevant in the current IT market. The Linux distributions offered for the Exam are the following: CentOS 7 openSUSE 13.1 Ubuntu 14.04 My dilema started wondering why… Continue reading What distribution should I choose?
Hi My name is Miguel Zambrano and this is my path to become a MCSA Linux on Azure! This is my first time writing a post in English and as result I could be easily ridiculized, however I started this small project called “How to become MCSA: Linux on Azure” and would like to share… Continue reading How to become MCSA: Linux on Azure