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Red Hat Linux Administrators Handbook 2ND Editionby Mohammed J Kabir
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Red Hat(r) Linux(r) Administrator's Handbook 2nd Edition On-the-Job Red Hat Linux Solutions Your company wants you to fix those network bottlenecks - immediately. Sound familiar? Red Hat Linux Administrator's Handbook, 2nd Edition, is the book that will bail you out - a one-stop nuts-and-bolts reference, now updated for Red Hat Linux 7, that puts real-world solutions at your fingertips. Superbly organized and packed with crystal-clear action steps, it's the one book you'll carry around and consult every day. Your One-Stop Guide to:
* Installation and basic configuration
* Boot up and shutdown configuration
* File permissions
* Using linuxconf
* User administration
* Process administration
* Network administration
* DNS service
* E-mail service
* FTP service
* Sharing files and printers with Samba
* Web service using Apache
* Using NFS file servers
* Configuring X Window
* Network security
* Customizing the kernel
This shop manual for installing, configuring and troubleshooting Red Hat Linux 7.0 is written for the experienced network administrator and is designed to provide "just in time" instructions for solving immediate, specific problems.
About the Author
Mohammed J. Kabir is the Chief Technology Officer and cofounder of Intevo, Inc., a firm specializing in Web-based software development. He is also the author of Red Hat Linux 7 Server and Apache Server Bible.
Table of Contents
PART I: Installation and Basic Configuration.
Chapter 1: Getting Started.
Chapter 2: Boot Up and Shutdown Configuration.
Chapter 3: File Permissions.
Chapter 4: Using Linuxconf.
PART II: Advanced Configuration.
Chapter 5: User Administration.
Chapter 6: Process Administration.
Chapter 7: Network Administration.
Chapter 8: DNS Service.
Chapter 9: E-mail Service.
Chapter 10: FTP Service.
Chapter 11: Sharing Files and Printers with Samba.
Chapter 12: Web Service Using Apache.
Chapter 13: Using NFS File Servers.
Chapter 14: Configuring X Window.
PART III: Troubleshooting.
Chapter 15: Security.
Chapter 16: Network Security.
Chapter 17: Customizing the Kernel.
Appendix A: Common Commands.
Appendix B: Linux Resources.
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