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RHCE - RH302 Red Hat Certified Engineer
INSTALLATION AND HARDWARE CONFIGURATION
1.1.Overview
1.2.Installation
1.2.1.Using DVD
1.2.2.Using Hard Disk
1.2.3.Using Network
1.3.Kickstart File
1.3.1.Creating Kickstart file
1.3.2.Use of Kickstart file
1.4.Configuring Hardware
1.4.1.Graphical utilities
2.THE BOOT PROCESS
2.1.Overview
2.2.Grub
2.2.1.Grub configuration file
2.2.2.Configuring Grub
2.3.Starting init
2.3.1./etc/inittab file
2.3.3.runlevel
2.3.4.Initializing System
2.3.5.Using command chkconfig
2.4.Using Graphical utilities
3.FILESYSTEM ADMINISTRATION
3.1.Overview
3.2.Filesystem Information
3.2.1./etc/fstab file
3.2.2./etc/mtab
3.2.3.Mounting a filesystem
3.2.4.Unmounting a filesystem
3.2.5.Creating a filesystem
3.3.Creating Swap space
3.3.1.Enabling swap space
3.3.2.Disabling swap space
3.4.Checking and Repairing a filesystem
3.4.1.Searching for badblocks
3.5.Automatically mounting a filesystem
3.5.1.Checking status of automount
3.6.RAID disks
3.6.1.Creating RAID device
3.7.Logical Volume Group
3.7.1.Creating A Logical Volume Group
3.7.2.Remove a logical volume
3.7.3.Remove a volume group
3.7.4.Remove a physical volume
3.7.5.Logical volume management utility
4.PACKAGE MANAGEMENT
4.1.Overview
4.2.Using yum
4.3.Using rpm
4.4.Using make
4.5.Package Manager
5.USER AND GROUP ADMINISTRATION
5.1.Overview
5.2.Creating User Account
5.3.Modifying user account
5.4.Deleting user account
5.5.Group Administration
5.5.1.Adding New Group
5.5.2.Modifying group information
5.5.3.Deleting group
5.6.Using User Manager
5.6.1.Changing user password
5.7.Space Usage
6.SYSTEM ADMINISTRATION
6.1.Overview
6.2.Getting Administration Rights
6.2.1.The su command
6.2.2.Using the su
6.2.3.Administrative commands
6.2.4./etc/sudoers file
6.3.Changing owner and group
6.4.Monitoring System performance
6.4.1.Using System Monitor
6.4.2.Using top
6.4.3.Other commands
6.5.Log information
7.KERNEL SERVICES AND CONFIGURATION
7.1.Overview
7.2.kernel Modules
7.2.1.Modules Loaded into Kernel
7.2.2.Inserting module into kernel
7.2.3.Removing module from kernel
7.2.4.Using modprobe command
7.3.Process and Kernel Information
7.3.1.The ps command
7.3.2.Changing priority of process
7.3.3.Using dmesg
7.3.4.Syslogd
7.4.Automating Tasks --
7.4.1.Using at
7.4.2.Using batch command
7.4.3.Using cron
8.WEB SERVER
8.1.Overview
8.2.Starting Apache
8.3.Main Configuration file
8.3.1.Global Environment Configuration
8.3.2.Main server section
8.3.3.Virtual hosts section
8.4.HTTP Server Configuration
9.SQUID SERVER
9.1.Overview
9.2.Configuring Squid
9.2.1.Network options
9.2.2.Neighbor selection algorithm option
9.2.3.Cache size options
9.2.4.Log File and Cache directory section
9.2.5.Access control section
9.2.6.Administrative parameters
9.3.Cache Manager
9.4.Squid Daemon
10.NFS SERVER
10.1.Overview
10.2.Starting NFS service
10.3.Sharing Folders
10.3.1.Format of hostname
10.3.2.Options format
10.4.Accessing the NFS directory
10.5.NFS Server Configuration
10.6.Using nfsstat
11.SAMBA SERVER
11.1.Overview
11.2.Samba Server Configuration
11.3.Samba configuration file
11.4.Starting Samba service
11.4.1.Checking the service
12.FTP SERVER
12.1.Overview
12.2.Starting vsftd
12.3.Configuring vsftpd
12.4.ftp command prompt
12.5.Very Secure FTP daemon Configuration
13.LDAP SERVER
13.1.overview
13.2.Configuration
13.3.Starting the ldap
14.NIS SERVER
14.1.Overview
14.2.Setting NIS domain name
14.3.Configuring NIS
14.4.Starting NIS server
14.4.1.Staring NIS server
14.4.2.Starting ypbind service
14.5.Mapping Information
14.5.1.NIS database
15.DHCP SERVER
15.1.Overview
15.2.Starting the DHCP server
15.3.Configuration file
15.4.Working of DHCP server
15.5.DHCP client
16.DNS SERVER
16.1.Overview
16.2.Starting Named daemon
16.3.BIND Configuration GUI
16.4.Important files
17.MAIL SERVICES
17.1.Overview
17.2.Sendmail
17.2.1./etc/mail
17.2.2.Generating the .db files
17.2.3.Checking Sendmail Server
17.2.4.Important Files
17.2.5.Actions taken by server on a mail
17.3.Postfix
17.3.1.Starting postfix server
17.3.2.Configuration file
17.3.3.Mailbox
17.3.4./var/spool/postfix
17.3.5.Log files
17.4.Switching MTA
17.5.Dovecot
17.5.1.Starting Dovecot
17.5.2.Configuration file
18.NETWORK SECURITY
18.1.Overview
18.2.The daemon xinetd
18.3.Using TCP wrappers
18.3.1./etc/hosts.allow
18.3.2./etc/hosts.deny
18.4.Security Level Configuration
18.4.1.Configuration files
18.5.Command Reference
19.PAM AND SELINUX
19.1.PAM
19.2./etc/pam.d
19.2.SELinux
19.2.1.SELinux administration
19.3.Command Reference
OVER 250 EXAM PREPARATION QUESTIONS
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RHCE - RH302 Red Hat Certified Engineer Certification Exam Preparation Course in a Book for Passing the RHCE - RH302 Red Hat Certified Engineer Exam - The How To Pass on Your First Try Certification Study Guide

RHCE - RH302 Red Hat Certified Engineer Certification Exam Preparation Course in a Book for Passing the RHCE - RH302 Red Hat Certified Engineer Exam - The How To Pass on Your First Try Certification Study Guide

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This self-study exam preparation guide for the RHCE - RH302 Red Hat Certified Engineer exam contains everything you need to test yourself and pass the Exam. Including all the exam topics, covered indepth and insider secrets, complete explanations of all RHCE subjects, test tricks and tips, over 250 highly realistic sample questions, and exercises designed to strengthen understanding of the RHCE concepts and prepare you for exam success on the first attempt are provided.Can you imagine valuing a book so much that you send the author a "Thank You" letter?This book includes new exercises and sample questions never before in print. Offering numerous sample questions, critical time-saving tips plus information available nowhere else, this book will help you pass the RHCE - RH302 Red Hat Certified Engineer exam on your FIRST try. Buy this. Read it. And Pass the RHCE - RH302 Red Hat Certified Engineer Exam.This book provides a laser sharp focus on all the exam objectives with a cohesive, concise, yet comprehensive coverage of all the topics included in the RHCE - RH302 Red Hat Certified Engineer Lab Exam. It includes over 250 questions modeled after the real exam with answers and an Exam Quick Prep feature which recaps all the important points for the last hour preparation before taking the exam.Covers all RH302 exam topics, including:* Hardware installation and configuration* The boot process* Linux filesystem administration* Package management and Kickstart* User and group administration* System administration tools* Kernel services and configuration* Apache and Squid* Network file sharing services (NFS, FTP, and Samba)* Domain Name System (DNS)* E-mail (servers and clients)* Extended Internet Services Daemon (xinetd), the Secure package, and DHCP* The X Window System* Firewalls, SELinux, and troubleshooting
This self-study exam preparation guide for the RHCE - RH302 Red Hat Certified Engineer exam contains everything you need to test yourself and pass the Exam. Including all the exam topics, covered indepth and insider secrets, complete explanations of all RHCE subjects, test tricks and tips, over 250 highly realistic sample questions, and exercises designed to strengthen understanding of the RHCE concepts and prepare you for exam success on the first attempt are provided.Can you imagine valuing a book so much that you send the author a "Thank You" letter?This book includes new exercises and sample questions never before in print. Offering numerous sample questions, critical time-saving tips plus information available nowhere else, this book will help you pass the RHCE - RH302 Red Hat Certified Engineer exam on your FIRST try. Buy this. Read it. And Pass the RHCE - RH302 Red Hat Certified Engineer Exam.This book provides a laser sharp focus on all the exam objectives with a cohesive, concise, yet comprehensive coverage of all the topics included in the RHCE - RH302 Red Hat Certified Engineer Lab Exam. It includes over 250 questions modeled after the real exam with answers and an Exam Quick Prep feature which recaps all the important points for the last hour preparation before taking the exam.Covers all RH302 exam topics, including:* Hardware installation and configuration* The boot process* Linux filesystem administration* Package management and Kickstart* User and group administration* System administration tools* Kernel services and configuration* Apache and Squid* Network file sharing services (NFS, FTP, and Samba)* Domain Name System (DNS)* E-mail (servers and clients)* Extended Internet Services Daemon (xinetd), the Secure package, and DHCP* The X Window System* Firewalls, SELinux, and troubleshooting

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