File Systems

This chapter provides introductions and tutorial on Linux file systems. Topics include 'df' to see disk free spaces of mounted file systems; 'mount' to access USB drive file systems; 'fdisk' to list partitions and file system types; 'dd' to copy data and test I/O speed; 'hdparm' to manage hard disk parameters; install 'ntfs-3g', 'cifs-utils', 'nfs-utils' to support Windows NTFS/shared folders and Linux NFS.

"df" - Display Free Space of File System

Mount USB Drive as File System

"dd" - Copy Data from/to Storage Devices

Use "dd" Command to Test I/O Speed

"du" - Display Disk Usage of Directories

Mount Windows NTFS File System

Access Persmissions on "ntfs-3g" File System

Mount Windows Shared Folders

W95 Ext'd (LBA) Partition

Reformat NTFS Partition into EXT4 Partition

NFS (Network File System)

Mount NFS (Network File System) on macOS

/etc/mtab and /etc/fstab Files

Unreachable Remote File Systems

Takeaways:

Table of Contents

 About This Book

 Introduction to Linux Systems

 Cockpit - Web Portal for Administrator

 Process Management

 Files and Directories

 Users and Groups

File Systems

 Block Devices and Partitions

 LVM (Logical Volume Manager)

 Installing CentOS

 SELinux - Security-Enhanced Linux

 Network Connection on CentOS

 Software Package Manager on CentOS - DNF and YUM

 vsftpd - Very Secure FTP Daemon

 Postfix - Mail Transport Agent (MTA)

 Dovecot - IMAP and POP3 Server

 Email Client Tools - Mail User Agents (MUA)

 LDAP (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol)

 Administrative Tasks

 References

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