Linux Operations and Administration

Book Description

LINUX OPERATIONS AND ADMINISTRATION introduces readers to Linux operations and system administration through a unified installation, using virtual machines. This text is more effective than those that take a professional approach because it eliminates confusion from working with differing configurations, while allowing users to test interoperability between Linux and Windows. Detailed, yet reader-friendly, Linux Operations and Administration makes it easy to learn Linux and practice it with helpful in-text features like learning objectives and key terms, as well as items for self assessment such as review questions, hands-on activities, and case projects.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Introduction to the Linux
Chapter 2: Installing OpenSUSE
Chapter 3: Managing Files and Directories
Chapter 4: Creating and Editing Files with Text Editors
Chapter 5: Creating Scripts and Displaying File Contents
Chapter 6: Managing Data: Backup and Recovery Processes
Chapter 7: Managing Users and Groups
Chapter 8:
Chapter 9: Installing Packages
Chapter 10: Apache Web Server
Chapter 11: Domain Name System
Chapter 12: Configuring a Mail Server
Chapter 13: Working with the Network File System
Chapter 14: Planning for a Linux Installation
Chapter 15: Linux File System Management and Administration
Chapter 16: Managing Resources in Linux
Chapter 17: Networking in a Linux Environment
Chapter 18: Using Samba for Interoperating Linux and Windows
Chapter 19: Securing Linux
Chapter 20: Advanced Linux Administration

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