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Your On-the-Job Quick Reference
Carry essential Red Hat Linux administration and troubleshooting information right in your back pocket so you can handle a wide variety of tasks on-the-spot. This handy resource covers key management topics, with an emphasis on system administration, and gives you quick solutions in an easy-to-find format. Don't leave your desk without it!
Get details on:
- Managing and securing users and groups
- Installing software and building RPM packages
- Using the Filesystem Hierarchy Standard (FHS)
- Mounting, formatting, and configuring file systems
- Managing multiple hard disks with RAID and LVM
- Device files and modules
- Print servers (CUPS and LPRng)
- Kernel administration
- Scheduling tasks and managing services
Offers busy network administrators clear and concise information for daily on-the-job tasks--all in a handy, portable format.
This handy resource offers busy network administrators clear and concise information for daily on-the-job tasks--all in a portable format. Key management tasks are presented in logically organized sections, with special emphasis on system administration. You’ll get details on file, print, application, mail, terminal, streaming media, and remote servers--and much more.
About the Author
Richard Petersen (Berkeley, CA) has an MLIS in library and information studies and teaches UNIX and C/C++ courses at the University of California at Berkeley. He is the author of Linux: The Complete Reference (first and second editions) and Academic Press' Introductory C: Pointers, Functions, and Files.
Table of Contents
1: Basic System Administration
2: Managing Users
3: Software Management
4: Filesystem Hierarchy Standard
5: File System Administration
6: RAID and LVM
7: Devices and Modules
8: Print Servers
9: Kernel Administration
A: Service Management Tools: chkconfig and redhat-config-services