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Tutorial: Linux Configuration Files

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A little help understanding Linux configuration files.
This article explains configuration files on a Linux system that control user permissions, system applications, daemons, services, and other administrative tasks in a multi-user, multi-tasking environment. These tasks include managing user accounts, allocating disk quotas, managing e-mails and newsgroups, and configuring kernel parameters. This article also classifies the config files present on a Red Hat Linux system based on their usage and the services they affect.
 read more | mail this link | score:7639 | -Ray, July 29, 2000 (Updated: August 9, 2003)
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