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Table Of Contents

Preface
1. About Mandrake Linux
1.1. Contact Mandrake Community
1.2. Support Mandrake
1.3. Purchasing Mandrake Products
2. About this Server Reference Manual
3. Note From The Editor
4. Conventions Used in This Book
4.1. Typing Conventions
4.2. General Conventions
Chapter 1. Server Configuration Wizards
1.1. Foreword
Figure 1-1. An Example of an Internal Network
Figure 1-2. Accessing the Wizards through the Control Center
1.2. DHCP Server
1.3. Domain Name Server
Figure 1-6. Enter your mail domain name
1.6. Samba Server Configuration
Figure 1-10. What name for your Samba server?
1.7. Web Server Configuration
Figure 1-11. Where should your web server be visible from?
1.8. FTP server configuration
Figure 1-12. Where should your FTP server be visible from?
1.9. News Server configuration
Figure 1-13. Which server do you want to fetch newsgroups from?
1.10. Proxy Server Configuration
Figure 1-15. Choose the Proxy Port
Figure 1-17. Select Access Control Policy
Figure 1-18. Restrict access to a particular subnetwork
1.11. Time Configuration
Figure 1-20. What method do you want for time synchronization?
Chapter 2. Configuring Masqueraded Clients
2.1. Linux Box
Figure 2-1. Reconfiguring the Local Network with drakconnect
2.2. Windows XP Box
Figure 2-3. Setting up The Gateway with Windows XP
2.3. Windows 95 or Windows 98 Box
Figure 2-5. The Network Configuration Panel under Windows 95
2.4. Windows NT or Windows 2000 Box
Figure 2-8. The Protocol Configuration Panel under Windows NT
2.5. DOS Box Using the NCSA Telnet Package
2.8. OS/2 Warp Box
Chapter 3. Internet/Intranet Web Server
3.1. Installation
3.2. Step-by-Step Configuration Example
Figure 3-1. Webmin’s Main Apache Module Screen
3.3. Advanced Configuration
Figure 3-6. The Configuration Screen of Apache Processes
4.1. Installation
4.2. Step-by-Step Configuration Example
Figure 4-1. Postfix Module’s Start-Up Screen
4.3. Advanced Configuration
Chapter 5. Incoming Mail Server: POP And IMAP
5.1. Foreword
5.2. Installation
5.3. Step-by-Step Configuration Example
5.4. Advanced Configuration
6.1. Resource Sharing: Samba
Figure 6-1. The Samba Module’s Main Window
Figure 6-3. Setting The Authentication Method
6.2. Resource Sharing: FTP
Figure 6-5. WU-FTP’s Main Configuration Page
Figure 6-6. Wu-FTP Banner And Messages
Figure 6-7. Anonymous FTP Configuration Page
6.3. Resource Sharing: NFS
Figure 6-8. Starting The NFS Configuration
Figure 6-9. Creating NFS Export
Figure 6-10. Creating NFS Mount Points
7.1. Getting Started
7.2. Creating a User For The Database
Figure 7-1. Creating a MySQL User
7.3. Creating a Database
7.4. Creating a Table
Figure 7-3. Creating a MySQL Table
7.5. Managing Data in a Table
8.1. Installation
8.2. Step-by-Step Configuration
8.2.1. NIS Server
8.2.2. NIS Client
8.3. Client Advanced Configuration
9.1. Installation
9.2. Step-by-Step Configuration Example
Figure 9-1. Files And Directories
Figure 9-2. Creating a Forward Master Zone
Figure 9-3. Creating a Reverse Master Zone
Figure 9-4. Adding Machine Names
9.2.4. Configuring The Client
Figure 9-7. Configuring The Client
9.3. Advanced Configuration
Figure 9-8. The BIND 9 Administrator Reference Manual Through Webmin
Chapter 10. Security Under GNU/Linux
10.1. Preamble
10.2. Overview
10.3. Physical Security
10.4. Local Security
10.5. Files and File-System Security
10.6. Password Security and Encryption
10.6.4. ssh (Secure SHell) And stelnet
10.7. Kernel Security
10.8. Network Security
10.9. Security Preparation (Before You Go On-Line)
10.9.5. Keep Track of your System Accounting Data
10.10. What to Do During and After a Breaking
10.11. Security Sources
10.12. Frequently Asked Questions
10.13. Conclusion
Security-Related Terms
11.1. Copyright
11.2. How to Use this Chapter
11.3. General Information about Linux Networking
11.4. Generic Network Configuration Information
Table 11-1. Reserved Private Network Allocations
Figure 11-1. A Dynamic Routing Example
11.5. Ethernet Information
11.6. IP-Related Information
11.7. Using Common PC Hardware
11.8. Other Network Technologies
11.9. Cables and Cabling
Appendix A. GNU Free Documentation License
A.1. GNU Free Documentation License
0. PREAMBLE
1. APPLICABILITY AND DEFINITIONS
2. VERBATIM COPYING
3. COPYING IN QUANTITY
4. MODIFICATIONS
5. COMBINING DOCUMENTS
6. COLLECTIONS OF DOCUMENTS
7. AGGREGATION WITH INDEPENDENT WORKS
8. TRANSLATION
9. TERMINATION
10. FUTURE REVISIONS OF THIS LICENSE
A.2. How to use this License for your documents
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