Red Hat Linux 7.1 Secrets

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Red Hat Linux 7.1 Secrets is your top-selling insider's guide to Red Hat! This edition has been updated and revised for RH 7. Linux Journal book reviewer said: I highly recommend this book as a powerful addition to any Linux system administrator's "technical library." Naba Barkakati successfully unlocks hidden techniques for power users and administrators seeking more power and performance from Red Hat. He reveals the undocumented, and hard-to-find features that can turn you ...
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Overview

Red Hat Linux 7.1 Secrets is your top-selling insider's guide to Red Hat! This edition has been updated and revised for RH 7. Linux Journal book reviewer said: I highly recommend this book as a powerful addition to any Linux system administrator's "technical library." Naba Barkakati successfully unlocks hidden techniques for power users and administrators seeking more power and performance from Red Hat. He reveals the undocumented, and hard-to-find features that can turn you into an expert.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780764547713
  • Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 5/1/1901
  • Series: Secrets Series
  • Edition description: BK&CD-ROM
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 1100
  • Product dimensions: 7.56 (w) x 9.14 (h) x 2.18 (d)

Meet the Author

About the Author Naba Barkakati is an electrical engineer and the author of more than two dozen computer books, including Red Hat Linux 7 Weekend Crash Course as well as guides to X Window programming, Perl, C++, and Java.
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Table of Contents

PART I: Setting Up Red Hat Linux.

Chapter 1: An Overview of Red Hat Linux.

Chapter 2: Red Hat Linux Installation.

Chapter 3: Video Cards, Monitors, and the X Window System.

Chapter 4: SCSI and IDE Drives.

Chapter 5: CD-ROM Drives and Sound.

Chapter 6: Printers.

Chapter 7: Modems and Terminals.

Chapter 8: Networks.

Chapter 9: Laptops and PC Cards.

PART II: Exploring Red Hat Linux.

Chapter 10: Red Hat Linux Basics.

Chapter 11: GNU Utilities.

Chapter 12: GUI Desktops.

Chapter 13: Linux Applications and Utilities.

Chapter 14: Text Processing.

Chapter 15: Basic System Administration.

PART III: Internetworking Red Hat Linux.

Chapter 16: Internet Connection Setup.

Chapter 17: Web Server.

Chapter 18: Mail Server.

Chapter 19: News Server.

Chapter 20: FTP Server.

Chapter 21: DNS and NIS.

Chapter 22: Samba and NFS.

PART IV: Managing Red Hat Linux.

Chapter 23: Advanced System Administration.

Chapter 24: Software installation and Upgrade.

Chapter 25: Kernel Reconfiguration and Upgrade.

Chapter 26: System and Network Security.

PART V: Programming Red Hat Linux.

Chapter 27: Software Development in Linux.

Chapter 28: Shell and Perl Scripting.

Chapter 29: Tcl/Tk Scripting.

Chapter 30: GUI Programming.

Appendix A: Linux Commands.

Appendix B: Linux Resources.

Appendix C: About the CD-ROMs.

Index.

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