Linux at work : building strategic applications for business / Marcus Gonçalves.

By: Goncalves, Marcus
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York : Wiley, c1999Description: xx, 363 p. : ill. ; 24cm. computer laser optical disc (4 3/4 in.)ISBN: 0471333492 (pbk.)Subject(s): Linux | Business -- Computer programs | Operating systems (Computers) | Computer network resourcesDDC classification: 005.4/469 Online resources: Table of Contents | Contributor biographical information
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Part1: Linux operating System

Chapter 1 An overview of Linux and the market
3 Introduction
5 Linux community
Linux Technocracy
15 Linux Power

Chapter 2 Under the Hood of Linux
26 An overview of the Linux kerneProcesses and files: Mid-levelManagement processes
37 Linux Applications
48 References

Chapter 3 Managing and Administering a Linux server
51 Linux as a self_Sustaining server
52 Linux Applications
54 Basic Linux Administration
69 Advanced Linux Administration and GNU Tools


Part ll: Linux for Business Applications
Chapter 4 Linux for internet Applications
79 Using Linux for internet Applications
86 Bandwidth issues, Ethernet, Fast Ethernet
88 Intranet and Extranet Business Models
91 Linux as a Secure Server

Chapter 5 Linux for Business Advantage
102Selling Linux to corporations
108Integration with Heterozygous platforms
116 Cisco System: Linux print system at Cisco

Chapter 6 Integrating Linux Solutions with Business
145 Linux as an Alternative
147Integrating Linux and Windows 98
148 Integrating Linux with Existing platforms
159Reducing Training Time

Chapter 7 Subverting the push for New Technology
164 Linux is Quietly Replacing Servers

Chapter 8 Linux Versus Widows NT
179Linux and NT: Aside from the Halloween Document

Part III: References and Resources for Linux
Chapter 9 Why Does microsoft Need Linux

Chapter 10 Using Linux Business products and tools
201 Business Applications Overview
204 Knox Software's Arkeia Network Backup product
206 A case study
212 Adope Acrobat Reader
213 Applixware office suite
Etc
Appendix A _D p227-239
Index 353

Includes bibliographical references and index.

System requirements for accompanying computer disc: Intel 32 bit CPU; CD-ROM or DVD drive.

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