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):

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=> 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
File Managementcat
FirewallCentOS 8 OpenSUSE RHEL 8 Ubuntu 16.04 Ubuntu 18.04 Ubuntu 20.04
Network Utilitiesdig 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 jobs killall kill pidof pstree pwdx time
Searchinggrep whereis which
User Informationgroups id lastcomm last lid/libuser-lid logname members users whoami who w
WireGuard VPNCentOS 8 Debian 10 Firewall Ubuntu 20.04

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