Red Hat Linux 7 Server

Red Hat Linux 7 Server

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Learn to work as a superuser by controlling, monitoring and automating programs with this updated new edition of the best-selling Red Hat Linux Server book that covers all the Red Hat 7 features. Master how to set up Intranet/Internet services, set up office services including using Samba to share files and printer, design a load-balanced multiserver Apahce-based Web network, and learn all about how to secure your server using firewalls and tools.
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Product details

  • Mixed media product | 816 pages
  • 185.4 x 233.7 x 48.3mm | 1,360.79g
  • John Wiley & Sons Inc
  • Hungry Minds Inc,U.S.
  • Foster City, United States
  • English
  • 2nd ed.
  • 0764547860
  • 9780764547867

About Mohammed J. Kabir

Mohammed J. Kabir is cofounder of Intevo, an e-application service provider, and the author of Red Hat Linux 6 Server, Red Hat Linux Administrator's Handbook, Apache Server Bible, Apache Server Administrator's Handbook, and The SuSE(TM) Linux Server.
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Table of contents

Preface. Acknowledgments. PART I: Getting Started. Chapter 1: Why Red Hat Linux? Chapter 2: Installation and Basic Configuration. PART II: Working as a Superuser. Chapter 3: The Bootup and Shutdown Processes. Chapter 4: Understanding UNIX Files and Devices. Chapter 5: Everyday Commands. PART III: Managing Users, Processes, and Networks. Chapter 6: Using Linuxconf. Chapter 7: User Administration. Chapter 8: Process Administration. Chapter 9: Network Administration. PART IV: Setting Up Intranet/Internet Services. Chapter 10: DNS Service. Chapter 11: E-mail Service. Chapter 12: Web Service. Chapter 13: FTP Service. Chapter 14: Internet Relay Chat and News Servers. PART V: Setting Up Office Services. Chapter 15: Sharing Files and Printers with Samba. Chapter 16: Using NFS File Servers. Chapter 17: SQL Database Services. PART VI: Securing and Monitoring. Chapter 18: Security 101. Chapter 19: Network Security. PART VII: Tuning for Performance. Chapter 20: Hacking the Kernel. Chapter 21: Building a Multiserver Web Network. Chapter 22: Configuring the X Windows System. Chapter 23: Using the X Window System. PART VIII: Appendixes. Appendix A: Linux Resources. Appendix B: What's on the CD-ROM. Index. GNU General Public License. CD-ROM Installation Instructions.
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