This may be a bit different to your standard questions. I'm quite comfortable with linux as a desktop OS and happy to jump into the command line to carry out some tasks.
However, I've never done any development work for it. At my company, we will start to have some Linux work for our embedded processors. Before that work comes along, I'd like to start getting an appreciation for it and getting myself a good grounding in it.
Is Linux from Scratch a good resource to learn how the kernel, file system and driver development should go? Or is it more about spinning your own distro?
If it's not a good resource, does anyone have something I could learn with?
Thanks!submitted by /u/Money_on_the_table
Here is the info for kernel and linux version
~]$ uname -r 2.6.18-400.1.1.el5 ~]$ more /etc/*-release CentOS release 5.11 (Final)
When I run nmap I find this info 22/tcp open ssh 80/tcp closed http 113/tcp closed ident 443/tcp closed https 1311/tcp open rxmon
So I can ssh, however I can't access the web interface for the server anymore. I'm not that familiar with linux. I want to be able to access 80 and 443 again. Any help would be appreciated.
Mesubmitted by /u/InterJet