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Important system tools

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In this article I am going to take you to different level of system information. To know more about internals and methods. I will touch few thing which is essential to operate on such system.

So enough talks lets get our hands dirty with some methods. Here we go:

Chroot:

This is a tool used for the multihomed system. What did I mean by saying “multihomed” system?? a bit of explanation to those who are not so used to it. It essentially means that a system (server,desktop,workstation,laptop) has more then one OS installed in different partitions(Not a virtualized one..what we have these days).
So accessing those partition from single OS would a difficult without having this tool at your disposal. Let’s invoke it..

rest here




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