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Ten Things I Wish I Knew When Becomming a Linux Admin
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Ten years ago I installed Linux for the very first time. To be exact, it was Slackware 7, the best distribution at the time in my opinion. Since then Iâ€™ve come to favor Debian Linux as my favorite versionâ€¦at least for my Linux servers. This article is for you new Linux admins; here are the ten things I wish I knew when starting my Linux admin journey.
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