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1.5. Flexibility of Open Source Software
2.1.1 Fedora Linux
2.1.2 RedHat Enterprise Linux
2.1.3 Red Hat Enterprise Linux system configuration limits
2.2. Mandrake Linux
2.5 Slackware Linux
2.6 Caldera OpenLinux
2.7.1 Evaluation Criteria and Description
2.7.2 Organizational Structure
2.7.3 Ease of Installation Process
2.7.4 Commitment to Open Source
2.7.5 Per Seat Licensing
2.7.6 Target Market
2.7.7 Software Upgrades / Support
2.7.8 License Fee
3.1 Hardware Requirements
3.2 Planning the Installation
3.3 How Much Space Is Required?
4.1.1 Features of GRUB
4.2.1 LILO and the x86 Boot Process
4.2.2 LILO versus GRUB
5.1.1 Linux Run levels
5.2.1 Controlling the boot time services using “chkconfig”
5.2.2 The “service” command
6.1 Ex2 and Ext3 FIlesystem
6.2.1 Device Naming Convention
6.2.2 Verify the New Partition
6.3 Managing Swap Space
7.1.2. /usr/local/ in Red Hat Linux
7.2. Special File Locations
7.3 Files in the /etc/sysconfig/ Directory
8.2 KDE
9.1.2 Passwds
9.1.3 Files Controlling User Accounts and Groups
9.2 User Management Commands
9.3.3 Initialize The Quota Table
9.4 Other Quota Topics
9.5.1 What is SUDO?
9.5.2 Example Using sudo
10.1 Introduction
10.2 What Is a Package?
10.3.1 Listing Installed RPMs
10.3.2 Listing Files Associated With RPMs
10.3.4 Listing Files For Already Installed RPMs
11.1.1 Determining Your IP Address
11.1.2 Changing Your IP Address
11.1.3 network-scripts File Formats :
11.2 Multiple IP Addresses On A Single NIC
11.3 Convert Your Linux Server Into A Router
11.6 Configuring an FTP server
12.1 NFS Operational Overview
12.2 Important NFS Daemons
12.3 Configuring NFS on The Server
12.4.1 Starting NFS on the Client
12.4.2 Making NFS Mounting Permanent
12.4.3 Activating Modifications To The /etc/exports File
12.4.4 Deleting, Moving Or Modifying A Share
13.1 Introduction to NIS
13.2 Configuring The NFS Server for NIS
13.3.1 Required NIS Server Daemons
13.3.2 Initialize Your NIS Domain
13.4 Managing NIS server
13.5 Configuring The NIS Client
14.1 Introduction to DNS
14.2 Basic DNS Testing of DNS Resolution
14.4 Configuring DNS
15.1 DHCP Operational Overview
15.2.1 Start the DHCP services
15.3 Configuring Linux Clients To Use DHCP
16.1 Introduction - What is Apache
16.2. Configuring Apache
16.3.1 Where To Put Your Web Pages
16.3.2 Named Virtual Hosting
17.1 Introduction
17.2. Configuring SAMBA
17.3 Configuring SWAT (Samba Web Administration Tool)
18.1 Introduction
18.2.1 Create the Installation Directories
18.2.3 Setup Your NFS Server
18.2.4 Setup DNS and DHCP servers
18.2.5 Create Kickstart Configuration Files
18.3 Kickstart Configurator
19.1 Introduction to SQUID
19.2.1 The /etc/squid/squid.conf File
19.2.2 Access Control Lists
19.2.3 Restricting Web Access by Time
19.2.4 Configure the Web Browsers to Use Your Squid Server
20. IPTABLES (Netfilter)
21.1 Resource Monitoring Commands
21.2 The proc File System
22.1 Introduction
22.2 Different Data: Different Backup Needs
22.3.1 Full Backups
22.3.2 Incremental Backups
22.3.3 Differential Backups
22.4. Backup Media
22.5.1 Software Support
22.5.2 Backup Utilities
22.6.1 Making backups with dump
22.6.2 Restoring files with “restore” command
22.7 Managing the tape “mt” Command
23.1.1. Printing Considerations
23.6. Printer Languages and Technologies
23.7. Networked Versus Local Printers
23.8 Printer Configuration
24.1 Upgrading Kernel Step By Step
25. Configuring Dumb Terminal
26.1.1 RAID 0
26.1.2 RAID 1
26.1.3 RAID 5
26.2.1 IDE Drives
26.2.2 SCSI Drives
26.3.1 Configuring Software RAID
26.3.2 Create the RAID Set
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