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College of San Francisco - CS260A
Unix/Linux System Administration
Module: Administration Basics II
This introductory module completes our coverage of basic
administration tools. The installation and maintenance of local
documentation is one of the responsibilities of the Administrator,
so we must have a good working knowledge of how local
documentation works and how it is structured.
We also discuss modern extensions to the basic Unix permissions in
this section - file attributes and access control lists.
Note: The organization and function of the man system can be confusing. The overall structure and function is similar between systems, but the specifics can vary significantly. We will concentrate on the linux man system except as noted.
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