What is the LARK?
It is an acronym from: Linux Advanced Resources and Knowledge
and is designed to deliver accurate information about Linux System Administration topics like: installing linux and managing software / using the shell / working with files / manipulating text / administering file-systems / backups and removable media / checking and managing running processes / managing the system / managing network connections / accessing network resources / doing remote system administration / locking down security and other cool stuff.
Thus, the LARK project came to life as it’s author decided to transform his old website dedicated to his books, into his “notebook” of Linux System Administration solutions while preparing for (inter)national certification. He decided to mainly use Ubuntu LTS and openSUSE Leap as his distributions of choice. Furthermore, this website will include mush more than just Linux administration subjects. Just stay tuned and read the upcoming articles in the Linux ToolBox section. Enjoy!
Nevertheless, this website would not have been possible without the help of dozens of resources available on-line and on paper. Thus the author would like to thank all the dedicated and talented individuals part of various Linux communities, who are spreading the knowledge about open source and free software.