Red Hat Linux 6 unleashed / David Pitts, Bill Ball, et al. BOOK

By: Pitts, David V, 1957-
Contributor(s): Ball, Bill
Material type: TextTextPublisher: [Indianapolis, Ind.] : SAMS, c1999Description: xxxvi, 1252 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. 1 computer optical disc (4 3/4 in.)ISBN: 0672316897Subject(s): Linux | Operating systems (Computers)DDC classification: 005.1 LOC classification: QA76.76.O63 | P56148 1999
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Part 1 introduction and installation of Red Hat Linux
1 introduction and installation of Red Hat Linux and Unix
- advantages of Linux
-copyright and warranty
-where to get Red Hat linux

2 Installation of your Red Had Systems
-Be prepared, be very prepared
-installing red hat linux, etc

-installing and configuring LILO
- using LordLin .EXE to boot linux
-how to install LILO, etc

4 Configuring the X window system, version 11
-the x window system
-setting up your XFree86 SYSTEM
-configuring your XFree86 SYSTEM, etc

5 Windows managers
-what is a window manager?
-the GNOME X Environment
-features of the enlightment window manager, etc

Part II configuring services

6 system starup and shutdown
The boot system
The initialization process and startup scripts
When the system crashes, etc

7 SMTP and protocols
A brief history of internet Email Standards
introduction to sendmail
The post office protocol, etc

Getting and installing the FTP
How the FTP server works?
Configuring your FTP server
The FTP Administrative Tools , etc

9 Apache server
Server installation
Runtime server configuration settings
Virtual Hosting
CGI and SSI, etc

10 Internet news
Linux and Newsgroups
INN Hardware and Software Requirements
Introduction to NNTPCache
Introduction to trn, etc

11 The domain name service
A brief history of the internet
BIND 8, etc

12 NIS: Network information service
Understanding NIS
Configuring NIS server
Configuring an NIS client, etc

13 NFS: Network filesystem
Installing NFS
Starting and stopping the NFS Daemons, etc

14 Samba
Installing samba
Configuring samba
Sharing files and print services, etc

Part III System Administration and Management

15 Filesystems, Disks and other devices
Character devices
Block Devices
Filesystems, etc

16 Printing with Linux
Printer devices
How do I print?
The RHS Linux print system manager, etc

17 TCP/IP network management
TCP/IP Basic
Configuring the network, etc

18 Connecting to the internet
Setting up the Dummy interface
Setting up PPP, etc

19 Red Hat Graphical Administration Tools
Organization of Red Hat FileSystems
The Red Hat Package Manager, etc

20 Essential system Administration
Handling the All-Powerful root Account
Maintain ng the system, etc

21 Advanced system Administration
Basic performance Analysis
Graphical Monitoring Tools, etc

22 GNU project utilities
The GNU project software Distributions
File utilities,
Find utilities

23 Backup and restore
successful backup consideration,
Qualities of a good backup
Backup strategies and operations

24 System security
Thinking about security
Danger, Will Robinson, danger

Part IV programming in LINUX
25 Shell programming
Creating and executing a shell program
Positional parameters

26 gawk programming
Application of awk
Advanced input and output

27 Automating Tasks
First example automating data entry
Tips for improving automation technique
Shell scripts

28 Configuring and building kernels
An introduction to Linux kernel
Obtaining the kernel sources
Configuring Linux kernel
Configuration options

29 Network programming
Networking concepts
A TCP client example
A TCP server example

30 C and C++ programming
Background on the C language
Programming in C: Basic concepts
Creating, compiling, and executing your first program

31 Perl programming
A simple Perl program
Perl variables and data structures
Conditional statements: if/else and unless

32 Motif programming
What is Motif?
Red Hat Motif installation
A simple example of Motif programming concepts

33 tcl and tk programming
tcl basics
The tcl language
The tk toolkit

34 Programming in pythons
Getting ready to run python
Python command-line interpreter
Python programs
Control statements

35 Java programming
What is Java?
Java support in red hat Linux
Software development kits
An overview of the Java language

Part V Appendixes

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