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Overview

Open source innovation has given rise to many valuable tools and technologies, including some of the most powerful and popular web development tools available. LAMP technologies (that is, Linux-Apache-MySQL-Perl/PHP/Python) provide a great application development platform, especially for robust web applications that run on Linux servers. Solid, reliable, and affordable, it's no wonder that LAMP is the platform of choice for web development.

For years, O'Reilly's bestselling LAMP books have helped programmers master the finer points of these open source tools. Now we're offering six top titles on one CD to give programmers the tools they need to develop their own systems and get started with open source web development using LAMP technologies. "The Linux Web Server CD Bookshelf, 2nd Edition, delivers more than 3,600 pages of easily searchable information in a convenient format accessible from any web browser. You'll find the latest editions of these books:

"Linux in a Nutshell, 4th edition

"Running Linux, 4th edition

"Apache: The Definitive Guide, 3rd edition

"Programming PHP

"Managing & Using MySQL, 2nd edition

"Practical mod_perl

As a bonus, the paperback version of "Linux in a Nutshell, 4th Edition, is included as well.

For the first time, this CD Bookshelf also includes valuable content straight from the O'Reilly Network. Some of the topics covered are: Cache Friendly Web, The Apache Toolbox, MySQL Best Practices, Internationalization and Localization with PHP, Choosing a Templating System, PostgreSQL's Multi-Version Concurrency Control, Embedded Linux, and more.

No one knows LAMP like O'Reilly. If you're a developer, you probably count on theO'Reilly affiliates Apacheweek.com, MySQL.com, and Perl.com, as valuable sources of information, as well as the great Apache, MySQL, PHP and Python content found on the O'Reilly Network. We're advocates of LAMP and use it extensively on the O'Reilly Network. If you want to get the most out of these important tools, then "The Linux Web Server CD Bookshelf delivers an entire library of expert knowledge to your computer desktop.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780596005290
  • Publisher: O'Reilly Media, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 9/11/2003
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 800
  • Product dimensions: 6.16 (w) x 9.24 (h) x 1.86 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface ix
1. Introduction 1
The Excitement of Linux 2
Distribution and Support 3
Commands on Linux 3
What This Book Offers 4
Sources and Licenses 6
Beginner's Guide 7
2. System and Network Administration Overview 12
Common Commands 12
Overview of Networking 18
Overview of TCP/IP 19
Overview of Firewalls and Masquerading 25
Overview of NFS 27
Overview of NIS 28
Administering NIS 29
RPC and XDR 30
3. Linux Commands 31
Alphabetical Summary of Commands 32
4. Boot Methods 496
The Boot Process 497
LILO: The Linux Loader 498
GRUB: The Grand Unified Bootloader 508
GRUB Commands 517
Loadlin: Booting from MS-DOS 527
Dual-Booting Linux and Windows NT/2000/XP 529
Boot-Time Kernel Options 531
initrd: Using a RAM Disk 533
5. Red Hat and Debian Package Managers 535
The Red Hat Package Manager 536
The Debian Package Manager 547
6. The Linux Shells: An Overview 571
Purpose of the Shell 571
Shell Flavors 572
Common Features 572
Differing Features 573
7. bash: The Bourne-Again Shell 575
Invoking the Shell 576
Syntax 578
Variables 585
Arithmetic Expressions 589
Command History 590
Job Control 593
Built-in Commands 594
8. tcsh: An Extended C Shell 622
Overview of Features 622
Invoking the Shell 623
Syntax 624
Variables 627
Expressions 637
Command History 640
Command-Line Manipulation 644
Job Control 648
Built-in Commands 649
9. Pattern Matching 667
Filenames Versus Patterns 667
Metacharacters, Listed by Linux Program 668
Metacharacters 669
Examples of Searching 670
10. The Emacs Editor 673
Emacs Concepts 673
Typical Problems 674
Notes on the Tables 675
Summary of Commands by Group 676
Summary of Commands by Key 681
Summary of Commands by Name 685
11. The vi Editor 689
Review of vi Operations 690
vi Command-Line Options 692
ex Command-Line Options 694
Movement Commands 695
Edit Commands 697
Saving and Exiting 700
Accessing Multiple Files 700
Window Commands 701
Interacting with the Shell 702
Macros 702
Miscellaneous Commands 703
Alphabetical List of Keys in Command Mode 703
Syntax of ex Commands 705
Alphabetical Summary of ex Commands 706
vi Configuration 720
12. The sed Editor 723
Command-Line Syntax 724
Syntax of sed Commands 724
Group Summary of sed Commands 725
Alphabetical Summary of sed Commands 727
13. The gawk Scripting Language 734
Command-Line Syntax 734
Patterns and Procedures 736
gawk System Variables 738
PROCINFO Array 739
Operators 739
Variable and Array Assignments 740
Group Listing of gawk Commands 740
Alphabetical Summary of Commands 741
14. RCS 748
Overview of RCS Commands 749
Basic RCS Operations 749
General RCS Specifications 750
Alphabetical Summary of RCS Commands 754
15. CVS 764
Basic Concepts 764
CVS Command Format 766
Common Global Options 767
Gotchas 767
CVS Administrator Reference 767
CVS User Reference 785
16. Graphical Desktop Overview 810
Desktop Environments and Window Managers 810
Desktop Differences: Development 811
17. GNOME 812
Desktop Overview 813
The Panel 816
The GNOME Menu and the Menu Panel Menus 820
The GNOME Control Center 821
History and Changes in GNOME 2 830
18. KDE 833
Desktop Overview 834
The Panel 840
The KDE Control Center 842
19. An Alternative Window Manager: fvwm2 877
Running fvwm2 878
Implementing Window Manager Customizations 879
Adding Keyboard Shortcuts 889
Customizing Menus 893
The WinList: Switching the Focus 894
Index 897
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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 16, 2004

    lots of content

    Just as the Web Programmers CD bookshelf that I had the opportunity to read, the searching abilities of the cd bookshelves are excellent. Being able to search a certain topic across 6 books at once makes searching for quick answers easily accomplished. Being able to buy 6 books on a single cd also helps to save money while at the same time helps to build your own library of in depth books. The combination of books included in the Linux web server cd bookshelf has enough detailed information to help teach you the ins and outs of running an Apache web server on a Linux platform. Also the Programming PHP and the Managing & Using MySQL books should help you make full use of your Linux web server and understand the flexibility of what can be done. The bonus paperback version of Linux in a Nutshell, 4th Edition, was a nice addition to the 6 book cd bookshelf. I found it useful for when I wasn't around a computer and felt like reading. The Linux in a Nutshell book gives a good summarized rundown of the entire Linux operating system. Included in the summary is about 464 pages of Linux commands which are great for quickly checking a description or options of a certain command. Also, a basic rundown on system administration, boot methods, package managers, shells with a nice section on bash, editors, cvs, and more. At the end of the book is where xwindows and desktop environments such as Gnome, KDE, and fvwm2 are covered. The Linux in a Nutshell book basically is exactly what it says, the Linux operating system summarized and crunched into about 930 pages. Throughout all of the books I did however notice that the references are made mainly on the 2.4.x kernel along with mentions of 2.2.x and 2.0.x kernels and the 2.5.45 development kernel. Now that the 2.6.x kernel is out, I would love to see how much O'Reilly goes into discussion about it, possibly in the next editions of these books. I'm not sure If these books would be great for learning from the very beginning on, but they do give plenty of information about the different parts that make up a Linux web server. The books are great sources of info to help you get a Linux based web server up and active, but could be better in the teaching area.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 27, 2003

    They should make books like this all the time!

    The Linux Web Server CD Bookshelf gave me everything I needed right at my finger tips. If there was only one major reason that you should buy this Bookshelf it would be the search capabilities alone. This Bookshelf comes with the ability to search all 6 books at once for any subject you want. This was the first type of CD Bookshelf that I have ordered. If it is possible I will only buy CD Bookshelves from now on. Sean Seely

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