July Linux Labbing – Part 1

I had a few home lab projects I wanted to accomplish this weekend, and they required me to learn a few things in Linux which I hadn’t done before:

  • Create an NFS share on one device
    • Required downloading and configuring the NFS services
  • Mount the previously-created NFS share on another device
  • Mount an external USB hard drive
  • Modify fstab so that this mounting / mapping would take place automatically at every startup
  • Synchronize the contents of one folder into another
  • Display the size of a directory structure, recursively
  • Display CPU details of a device

I plan to make another entry soon covering these steps….

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