Monthly Archives: June 2013

Unit 6: Web Servers

Beware of HTML Deprecated Code One of our assignments this week was to create a web page. Since I had worked on a library website, and on other websites I thought that the assignment might be an easy one.¬† However, … Continue reading

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Unit 5: Networking and Learning Styles

Unit Five this week covered a number of networking topics from packet switching to essential protocols to network models, Local Area Networks and the construction of IP addresses. Part of our task this week was to reflect on the variety … Continue reading

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Unit 4: Users, Groups and Permissions

This week I installed Webmin a web-based System Administration software for Unix I used a modified apt-get method to install Webmin. APT means Advanced Packaging tool. I had to add two lines to the apt file and a special validation … Continue reading

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Unit 3: Pinging and Vim Editor Adventures

¬†Pinging My first task this week after installing the Linux server on my virtual machine was to see if my virtual machine could connect to the web. I did this by using the ping utility or by pinging. Pinging sends … Continue reading

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