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  • Linux System Administration (The Landmark Series) - The authors describe tools and methods to help you design, install, and manage IT environments. You'll find expansive coverage of scripting tools and the reasons for using them, as well as a discussion of how to choose the right commands for the job ( Rating: 0 Votes: 0) Rate It
  • Linux System Administration (The M&t Books Slackware Series) - Tackling system administration while integrating good security practices, this book includes the newest version of Slackware 3.5, released in July 1998. The CD-ROM also contains a host of other system administration and security tools like SAMBA, MySWL, backup software, and Linuxconf. ( Rating: 0 Votes: 0) Rate It
  • Linux System Administration Handbook - This is not just a Linux book. This is the Linux book. Anyone can write some theoretical book about the way networks should run, but how many of these authors are actually the administrators of networks? How many are stuck in the trenches, reading the cryptic man pages to "printcap" while users are complaining about their printouts? We've been there, we are there, we will be there. We enjoy it. ( Rating: 0 Votes: 0) Rate It
  • Linux System Adminstration White Papers - Covers files systems, directories, boots and shutdowns, printing, network compatibility, network logins, security, user accounts, data back ups, and more. Diagrams the kernel and how it related to network operation. Covers TCP/IP networking, electronic mail, hardware issues, and network management and configuration ( Rating: 0 Votes: 0) Rate It
  • Linux: Networking for Your Office - Provides all the answers you need when setting up a Linux server in a SOHO (small office, home office) environment, or as a subnetwork off of a larger organization's network. This book combines information documented in existing Linux material such as HOWTOs, individual package documentation, and other books into a single package, complete with Red Hat Linux on CD ( Rating: 0 Votes: 0) Rate It
  • Managing Nfs and Nis - For system administrators who need to set up or manage a network file system installation. This is the only practical book devoted entirely to NFS (Network Filesystem) and NIS (Network Information System)--a must-have for anyone interested in UNIX networking. ( Rating: 9.00 Votes: 1) Rate It
  • Professional Apache Security - This book is a tutorial, a resource, and a reference for Apache administrators, security analysts, web developers and system architects, who want to secure Apache on UNIX and its variant platforms. It is useful for administrators working with Apache 1.3.x or Apache 2.0.x, and differences have been pointed out wherever applicable. UNIX (and GNU/Linux) is the platform of choice for this book. Most of the guidelines in this book can easily be translated from UNIX to Windows, however. ( Rating: 9.00 Votes: 1) Rate It

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