The Complete Red Hat Linux Training Course, Student Edition

The Complete Red Hat Linux Training Course, Student Edition

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See it, hear it, do it! Don't just read about Linux system administration: watch and listen as an expert walks you through key Red Hat Linux tasks. This comprehensive package includes the world's #1 Linux training CD-ROM plus the best-selling Red Hat Linux System Administration Handbook-together, it's the fastest, easiest way to master the skills every Red Hat sysadmin must know.

Includes Red Hat Linux System Administration Handbook. Start-to-finish, 400-page guide to Linux system administration, covering every issue and technique you need to know. Your expert instructor is Mark F. Komarinski-a Red Hat Certified Engineer, columnist for LinuxWorld, and Linux Documentation Project HOWTO author. Great techniques for automating administration, improving uptime, configuring hardware, and more. BONUS! Electronic book on CD-ROM. The help you need-anytime, anywhere! BONUS: NETSCAPE COMMUNICATOR INCLUDED! You get versions of Netscape Communicator for Linux and Windows: comprehensive, state-of-the-art tools for integrating browsing, email, publishing, chat, and enterprise scheduling, to allow all your users to easily communicate, share, and access information!
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Product details

  • Mixed media product
  • 184.15 x 241.3 x 69.85mm | 997.9g
  • Prentice Hall
  • Upper Saddle River, United States
  • English
  • 0130882240
  • 9780130882240

Table of contents

1. Installation.

2. Linux Boot and Shutdown.

3. Account Administration.

4. Red Hat Package Manager.

5. Networking with Linux.

6. Printing and Print Sharing.

7. Samba.

8. Setting up Email Services.

9. Setting Up FTP Services.

10. Web Serving.

11. X Windowing System.

12. Securing Linux.

13. Kernel Administration.

14. System and Network Monitoring.

15. Backing Up Your Data.
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