I have recently begun to do additional training for my job (specifically Redhat Basics) which effectively a stepping stone on my way towards a qualification for Redhat Linux.
Having used both debian based and rhel based linux distros for a number of years now, I was surprised how much one can still learn.
As a prime example, I have filled a good 2 Pages worth of VIM documenation, since for me nano has always done the job, but I found out the hardway, that sometime vi is all you get on a baremetal server install, more sore, if you don’t instantly have the internet available.
Fair enough I know how to save and quit any vi session (ah good old trusty :wq!) but I found it very interesting, to learn more stuff beyond that. eg: /keyword for simple searches etc
Anyways, I might start soon, to outline a couple of things, that I have learned so far during my course-work, more for my benefit than anything, but if any of this helps other folks on their first tentative steps into the linux world, than all the better.
After all, that’s what the internet is really for, sharing and developing knowledge.
Kudos and peace out