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Author Petersen, Richard L.

Title Red Hat : the complete reference enterprise Linux and Fedora edition / Richard Petersen.

Imprint Emeryville, Calif. : McGraw-Hill/Osborne, 2004.

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Description 1 online resource.
text txt rdacontent
computer c rdamedia
online resource cr rdacarrier
Series Complete reference
Note Includes index.
Title from title screen.
Contents 1 Introduction to Red Hat Linux 3 -- Red Hat and Fedora Linux 5 -- Red Hat Linux Fedora Core 8 -- Operating Systems and Linux 10 -- History of Linux and Unix 10 -- Open Source Software 13 -- Linux Software 14 -- Online Information Sources 18 -- Documentation 19 -- 2 Installing Red Hat and Fedora Core Linux 21 -- Hardware, Software, and Information Requirements 22 -- Creating the Boot Disks 25 -- Installing Linux 27 -- Finishing Installation 33 -- 3 Interface Basics 37 -- User Accounts 37 -- Accessing Your Linux System 38 -- Bluecurve: The GNOME and KDE Desktops 41 -- Command Line Interface 43 -- Help 44 -- 4 Red Hat System Configuration 47 -- Red Hat Administrative Tools 47 -- Configuring Users 48 -- Printer Configuration 50 -- X Window System Configuration: redhat-config-xfree86 52 -- Updating Red Hat and Fedora Linux with RHN, Yum and APT 52 -- Installing Software Packages 54 -- Security Configuration 60 -- Unsupported Drivers 63 -- Bluetooth 64 -- 5 Red Hat Network Configuration 67 -- Network Information: Dynamic and Static 68 -- Network Configuration with Red Hat Network Tools 69 -- Command Line PPP Access: wvdial 76 -- Wireless Tools 78 -- Setting Up Your Firewall: redhat-config-securitylevel 81 -- Configuring a Local Area Network 82 -- Part II Environments -- 6 GNOME 95 -- GNOME Enhancements 96 -- GTK+ 97 -- The GNOME Interface 97 -- The GNOME Desktop 100 -- The GNOME File Manager: Nautilus 102 -- The GNOME Panel 108 -- GNOME Applets 111 -- GNOME Configuration 112 -- GNOME Directories and Files 113 -- 7 The K Desktop Environment: KDE 115 -- Qt Library 117 -- KDE Desktop 117 -- The KDE Help Center 124 -- Applications 124 -- Mounting CD-ROMs and Floppy Disks from the Desktop 125 -- KDE File Manager and Internet Client: Konqueror 126 -- KDE Configuration: KDE Control Center 130 -- 8 The Shell 135 -- The Command Line 135 -- History 137 -- Filename Expansion: *,?, 141 -- Standard Input/Output and Redirection 145 -- Pipes: [vertical bar] 148 -- Redirecting and Piping the Standard Error: [greater than sign] &, 2[greater than sign] 149 -- Jobs: Background, Kills, and Interruptions 150 -- Shell Variables 153 -- Shell Scripts: User-Defined Commands 155 -- Control Structures 156 -- Filters and Regular Expressions 161 -- 9 Shell Configuration 165 -- Aliases 165 -- Controlling Shell Operations 167 -- Environment Variables and Subshells: export 169 -- Configuring Your Shell with Shell System Variables 169 -- 10 Managing Linux Files, Directories, and Archives 181 -- Linux Files 182 -- The File Structure 184 -- Listing, Displaying, and Printing Files: ls, cat, more, less, and lpr 187 -- Managing Directories: mkdir, rmdir, ls, cd, and pwd 189 -- File and Directory Operations: find, cp, mv, rm, and ln 192 -- The mtools Utilities: msdos 199 -- Archiving and Compressing Files 202 -- Archiving and Compressing Files with File Roller 202 -- Part III Applications -- 11 Office and Database Applications 213 -- Accessibility to Microsoft Office 214 -- OpenOffice 214 -- KOffice 216 -- GNOME Office and Ximian 217 -- Document Viewers (PostScript, PDF, and DVI) 219 -- Database Management Systems 220 -- Editors 223 -- 12 Graphics Tools and Multimedia 231 -- Graphics Tools 232 -- Multimedia 234 -- 13 Mail and News Clients 237 -- Mail Clients 237 -- Usenet News 247 -- 14 Web, FTP, and Java Clients 253 -- Web Clients 254 -- Java for Linux: Blackdown 260 -- FTP Clients 262 -- 15 Network Tools 277 -- Network Information: ping, finger, traceroute, and host 277 -- Network Talk and Messenger Clients: ICQ, IRC, AIM, and Talk 280 -- Telnet 282 -- RSH, Kerberos, and SSH Remote Access Commands 283 -- Part IV Security -- 16 Encryption, Integrity Checks, and Signatures: GNU Privacy Guard 289 -- Public Key Encryption, Integrity Checks, and Digital Signatures 289 -- GNU Privacy Guard 291 -- Checking Software Package Digital Signatures 298 -- Intrusion Detection: Tripwire 301 -- 17 Internet Protocol Security: IPsec 303 -- IPsec Protocols 303 -- IPsec Modes 304 -- IPsec Security Databases 304 -- Configuring IPsec with redhat-config-network 305 -- Configuring Connections with setkey 306 -- Configuring IPsec with racoon: IKE 309 -- IPsec Tunnel Mode: Virtual Private Networks 310 -- Crypto IP Encapsulation for Virtual Private Networks 312 -- 18 Secure Shell and Kerberos 313 -- The Secure Shell: OpenSSH 313 -- Kerberos 323 -- 19 Network Firewalls: Netfilter 327 -- Firewalls: iptables and NAT 328 -- Packet Filtering 329 -- Network Address Translation (NAT) 338 -- IP Tables Scripts 341 -- IP Masquerading 349 -- Part V Red Hat Servers -- 20 Server Management 355 -- System Startup Files: /etc/rc.d and /etc/ sysconfig 355 -- SysV Init: init.d Scripts 357 -- Starting Servers: Standalone and xinetd 359 -- Service Management Tools: chkconfig and redhat-config-services 360 -- Service Scripts: /etc/ init.d 365 -- Extended Internet Services Daemon (xinetd) 368 -- 21 FTP Servers 377 -- FTP Servers 377 -- Anonymous FTP: vsftpd 379 -- The FTP User Account: anonymous 380 -- The Very Secure FTP Server 382 -- Professional FTP Daemon: ProFTPD 389 -- The Washington University FTP Daemon: WU-FTPD 398 -- ProFTPD and WU-FTPD Server Tools 399 -- 22 Web Servers: Apache 401 -- Tux 401 -- Apache Web Server 402 -- Apache Configuration Files 408 -- Apache Configuration and Directives 408 -- Virtual Hosting on Apache 425 -- Server-Side Includes 430 -- PHP 431 -- Apache GUI Configuration Tools 431 -- Web Server Security: SSL 433 -- 23 Proxy Servers: Squid 437 -- Configuring Client Browsers 438 -- squid.conf 439 -- Security 440 -- Caches 443 -- Logs 443 -- Web Server Acceleration: Reverse Proxy Cache 443 -- 24 Mail Servers: SMTP, POP, and IMAP 445 -- Mail Servers 446 -- Received Mail: MX Records 447 -- Postfix 448 -- Sendmail 452 -- POP Servers 467 -- IMAP 469 -- 25 Print Servers 471 -- CUPS and LPRng 471 -- Printer Devices and Configuration 471 -- Managing Printers with CUPS 472 -- The Line Printer Server: LPRng 480 -- 26 News and Search Servers 485 -- News Servers: INN 485 -- Dig Server 487 -- Part VI System Administration -- 27 Basic System Administration 491 -- Superuser Control: the Root User 491 -- System Time and Date 494 -- Scheduling Tasks: cron 495 -- System Runlevels: telinit, initab, and shutdown 499 -- Managing Services 503 -- Red Hat Administration Tools 504 -- System Directories 504 -- Configuration Directories and Files 505 -- System Logs: /var/ log and syslogd 508 -- Performance Analysis Tools and Processes 512 -- Grand Unified Bootloader (GRUB) 515 -- Backups 516 -- 28 Managing Users 523 -- User Configuration Files 523 -- The Password Files 524 -- Managing User Environments 526 -- Adding and Removing Users with useradd, usermod, and userdel 529 -- Managing Groups 531 -- Controlling Access to Directories and Files: chmod 533 -- Disk Quotas 542 -- Lightweight Directory Access Protocol 544 -- Pluggable Authentication Modules 546 -- 29 Software Management 549 -- Software Repositories 549 -- Software Package Types 550 -- Red Hat Package Manager (RPM) 551 -- Installing Software from RPM Source Code Files: SRPMs 559 -- Installing Software from Compressed Archives: .tar.gz 560 -- The Concurrent Versions System: CVS 566 -- Packaging Your Software with RPM 567 -- 30 File System Management 569 -- File Systems 570 -- Filesystem Hierarchy Standard 570 -- Journaling 579 -- Mounting File Systems Automatically: /etc/fstab 580 -- Mounting File Systems Directly: mount and umount 586 -- Installing IDE CD-R/RW and DVD R/RW Devices 590 -- Creating File Systems: mkfs, mke2fs, mkswap, parted, and fdisk 592 -- CD-ROM and DVD ROM Recording 596 -- 31 RAID and LVM 601 -- Enabling RAID and LVM in the Kernel 601 -- Configuring RAID Devices 601 -- Logical Volume Manager 611 -- 32 Devices and Modules 617 -- Device Files 617 -- Device Information: /proc and /etc/ sysconfig/hwconf 620 -- Installing and Managing Terminals and Modems 621 -- Input Devices 622 -- PCMCIA Devices 623 -- Installing Sound, Network, and Other Cards 624 -- Sound Devices 625 -- Video, TV, and DVD Devices 626 -- Modules 626 -- 33 Kernel Administration 633 -- Kernel Versions 633 -- Kernel Tuning: Kernel Runtime Parameters 634 -- Installing a New Kernel Version 635 -- Precautionary Steps for Modifying a Kernel of the Same Version 638 -- Compiling the Kernel from Source Code 640 -- Important Kernel Configuration Features 644 -- Compiling and Installing the Kernel 646 -- Boot Loader Configurations 649 -- Module RAM Disks 649 -- Part VII Network Administration -- 34 Domain Name System 653 -- DNS Address Translations 653 -- Local Area Network Addressing 656 -- BIND 658 -- Domain Name Service Configuration 660 -- named.conf 662 -- options Statement 665 -- Resource Records 669 -- Zone Files 674 -- Subdomains and Slaves 682 -- IP Virtual Domains 684 -- Cache File 685 -- Dynamic Update: DHCP and Journal Files 686 -- DNS Security: Access Control Lists, TSIG, and DNSSEC 687 -- Split DNS: Views 692 -- 35 DHCP Server 695 -- Configuring DHCP Client Hosts 696 -- Configuring the DHCP Server 696 -- Dynamic Addresses 698 -- Dynamic DNS Updates 700 -- Subnetworks 702 -- Fixed Addresses 703 -- 36 NFS and NIS 707 -- Network File Systems: NFS and /etc/exports 707 -- Network Information Service: NIS 717 -- 37 Samba 725 -- Samba Documentation 725 -- Samba Applications 726 -- Starting Up Samba 728 -- Passwords 729 -- Configuring the Samba with redhat-config-samba 731.
Access Use copy Restrictions unspecified star MiAaHDL
Summary DVD includes a comprehensive set of Linux software applications including the GNU softwae packages (graphics, communications, publishing, editing, programming, games), as well as development tools and Internet servers (ftp, Web, mail, news, and DNS).
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. [S.l.] : HathiTrust Digital Library, 2011. MiAaHDL
System Details Master and use copy. Digital master created according to Benchmark for Faithful Digital Reproductions of Monographs and Serials, Version 1. Digital Library Federation, December 2002. http://purl.oclc.org/DLF/benchrepro0212 MiAaHDL
Processing Action digitized 2011 HathiTrust Digital Library committed to preserve pda MiAaHDL
Subject Linux.
Linux. (OCoLC)fst01382136
Operating systems (Computers)
Electronic data processing -- Distributed processing.
Electronic data processing -- Distributed processing. (OCoLC)fst00906987
Operating systems (Computers) (OCoLC)fst01046280
Red Hat LINUX
Other Form: Print version: Petersen, Richard, 1949- Red Hat. New York : McGraw-Hill/Osborne, 2004 (DLC) 2004351702 (OCoLC)54058226
ISBN 0072230754
9780072230758
0072230762
9780072230765
0072230770
9780072230772

 
    
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