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|User Info||Are The Idiots On EC2 (and others) Ready?; entered at 2018-01-02 07:45:19|
Registered: 2008-02-23 Georgia
I recently started learning the Linux system in earnest. It's like learning a foreign language. I've learned enough so far to appreciate the ability to tweak settings "under the hood" so-to-say as opposed to Windows. I'm certainly no IT admin, but I've already figured out how to enable useful features, disable potential security holes, and get my Linux devices not only talking to each other, but also talking to my Windows PC's. I've also figured out how to telnet into my router to enable and tweak hidden settings. I do know enough to keep telnet disabled except when I want to take a look around the router's file system. I wish I had done this years ago.