Best Linux / UNIX Posts of 2007: Part ~ II

The best and top most posts of year 2007 that were emailed / viewed and printed by our readers over the year (part II of IV):

=> Sending email or mail with attachment from command or shell prompt
=> Recover MySQL root password
=> Configure static routes in Debian or Red Hat Linux systems
=> Linux Get list of installed software for reinstallation / restore software
=> Howto: Configure Linux Virtual Local Area Network (VLAN)
=> PHP send email using authenticated smtp server in real time
=> Understanding UNIX / Linux file system
=> Howto: Linux write (burn) data to DVD or DVD/RW
=> Ubuntu Linux Live CD: Save data & desktop information on USB device
=> Schedule Windows server to reboot or shutdown automatically
=> Linux remote desktop for controlling windows XP desktop
=> Howto: build Linux kernel module against installed kernel w/o full kernel source tree
=> Killing zombie process
=> Perl script to monitor disk space and send an email
=> Linux ultra fast command line download accelerator
=> Moving Outlook email (data) to Linux Evolution mail client
=> How to: Compile Linux kernel 2.6
=> How to extract an RPM package without installing it
=> Howto: Linux kill and logout users
=> Linux audit files to see who made changes to a file


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CategoryList of Unix and Linux commands
Disk space analyzersdf duf ncdu pydf
File Managementcat cp mkdir tree
FirewallAlpine Awall CentOS 8 OpenSUSE RHEL 8 Ubuntu 16.04 Ubuntu 18.04 Ubuntu 20.04
Modern utilitiesbat exa
Network UtilitiesNetHogs dig host ip nmap
OpenVPNCentOS 7 CentOS 8 Debian 10 Debian 8/9 Ubuntu 18.04 Ubuntu 20.04
Package Managerapk apt
Processes Managementbg chroot cron disown fg glances gtop jobs killall kill pidof pstree pwdx time vtop
Searchingag grep whereis which
User Informationgroups id lastcomm last lid/libuser-lid logname members users whoami who w
WireGuard VPNAlpine CentOS 8 Debian 10 Firewall Ubuntu 20.04
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