UNIX System Administrator's Interactive Workbook
Designed for students who have never used UNIX before and for individuals training to be system administrators.Part of the UNIX Interactive Workbook Series from Prentice Hall PTR Interactive, this interactive, user-friendly text enables students to learn the skills necessary to be system administrators. It is a tutorial that teaches students to develop thinking skills and understanding in using the UNIX system. In addition, this innovative program comes with FREE access to its own companion UNIX Training Web Site.
- Paperback | 624 pages
- 178.8 x 234.2 x 43.7mm | 1,202.03g
- 02 Nov 1998
- Pearson Education (US)
- Prentice Hall
- Upper Saddle River, United States
Table of contents
1. System Security. 2. The Bourne Shell User. 3. The Korn Shell User. 4. The C Shell User. 5. User Accounts. 6. Startup Processes. 7. Reboot. 8. Disks and Filesystems. 9. Backup and Restore. 10. Solaris Filesystems. Appendix A. Answers to Self-Review Questions. Appendix B. Important UNIX Commands. Appendix C. Running Yggdrasil Linux. Appendix D. Linux Information Sheet. Appendix E. Linux Installation and Usage Tips. Appendix F. PC-Based UNIX Systems. Appendix G. Multi-Boot PC UNIX/DOS/Linux Systems. Appendix H. SCSI Interfaces.
About Joe Kaplenk
Joseph Kaplenkis currently Advisory Software Engineer for IBM Global Services and has extensive UNIX experience at leading IT organizations, including Comdisco, R.R. Donnelley and Loyola University. For fourteen years, he has taught computer science at the College of Dupage, Glen Ellyn, IL.