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Table Of Contents

1.1 Introduction to UNIX and Linux
1.2 Linux Command Line
1.3 General overview of the Linux file system
1.3.1 Sorts of Files
1.4 About Partitioning
1.4.1 Partition Layout and Types
1.5 More File System Layout
2.1 Seeing Manuals Before Everything
2.2 Listing Files and Directories
2.2.1 ls (list)
2.3 Making Directories
2.3.1 mkdir (make directory)
2.3.3 The Directories . and
2.4 Pathnames
2.4.1 pwd (print working directory)
2.5.1 Understanding Pathnames
2.5.2 ∼ (your home directory)
2.6 Copying Files
2.6.1 cp (copy)
2.7 Moving files
2.7.1 mv (move)
2.8 Removing files and directories
2.9 Displaying the Contents of a File on the Screen
2.9.1 clear (clear screen)
2.9.2 cat (concatenate)
2.9.3 less
2.9.4 head
2.9.5 tail
2.10 Searching the Contents of a File
2.10.1 Simple Searching Using less
2.10.2 grep (global regular expression print)
2.10.3 wc (word count)
2.11 Redirection
2.12 Redirecting the Output
2.12.1 Appending to a file
2.13 Redirecting the Input
2.14 Pipes
2.15 Root and Sudo
Users and Groups
3.1 Overview
3.2 Managing Ubuntu Linux Users and Groups
3.2.1 Adding a User to an Ubuntu Linux System
3.2.2 Editing the Properties of a User
3.2.3 Deleting a User from an Ubuntu Linux System
3.2.4 Adding a New Group to an Ubuntu Linux System
3.2.5 Modifying an Ubuntu Linux Group
3.2.6 Deleting a Group from an Ubuntu Linux System
3.3 passwd - Change User Password
File Permissions and Owners
4.1 Linux File Permissions
4.1.1 Permissions and Ownership – Why?
4.1.2 Understanding file ownership
4.1.3 Understanding File Permissions
4.1.4 How to View File Permissions
4.1.5 How to Set File Permissions — Symbolic Mode
4.1.6 How to Set File Permissions — Numeric Mode
4.2 chown - Change the Owner of a File
4.2.1 chgrp - Change the Group Ownership of a File
Configuring Networks
5.1 Overview
5.2 IP Addresses, an Explanation
5.3 MAC Address
5.4 Gateway
5.5 Installing a Linux Machine on an Existing IP Network
5.5.1 Configuration Items
5.5.2 Ethernet
5.5.3 Configuring DHCP Address
5.5.4 Configuring Static IP Address
5.6 Define DNS Servers
5.7 Test Network Connectivity
5.8 Managing Hosts
6.1 Installation
6.2 Adding More Software
6.2.1 Adding Repositories in Ubuntu
6.2.2 Updating the Package Database
6.2.3 Installing a Software
6.2.4 Updating Software
6.3 Removing a Software
7.4.1 kill Command
7.4.2 killall Command
7.5 Manipulate Process Priority with nice
8.1 Necessary Samba Components
8.2 Naming Scheme
8.3 Creating Users
8.4 Samba Server Configuration
8.5 Tesing and Troubleshooting
9.1 Squid
9.2 Installation and Configuration
9.2.1 Installation
9.2.2 Configuration
9.3 Restart Squid
9.4 Important Locations
9.5 Further Configurations
9.5.1 Restricting Web Access by Time
9.5.2 Restricting Access to Specific Web Sites
9.5.3 Squid Transparent Proxy Configuration
9.6 Cache Hierarchies
9.6.1 Why Peer?
9.6.2 Peer Configuration
Network File System
10.1 NFS in Linux
10.2 NFS Server Configuration
10.2.1 Configuration Files
10.2.2 Sharing Directories
10.3 Security
Web Server
11.1 Introduction — HTTPD — Apache2 Web Server
11.2 Browsing the Web
11.3 Installation
11.4 Configuration
11.5 Apache Directives
11.6 Important Directives
11.6.1 <VirtualHost>
11.6.2 <Directory>
11.6.3 <IfModule>
11.7 Other Directives
11.7.1 DocumentRoot
11.7.2 ServerAdmin
11.7.3 Listen
11.7.4 ServerName
11.8 Options Directive
11.9 Order allow,deny
11.10 Virtual Host
11.10.1 Setting Up Name-Based Virtual Hosts
11.11. Adding Virtual Hosts to Ubuntu Apache 65
11.10.2 Setting Up Address-Based Virtual Hosts
11.11 Adding Virtual Hosts to Ubuntu Apache
11.12 Apache Modules
11.13 HTTPS Configuration
DNS Server Configuration
12.1 How a Name Gets Resolved
12.2 Useful Definitions
12.3 DNS Server in Linux
12.3.1 Installation
12.3.2 Configuration Files
12.4 Configuring Types of BIND
12.5 Configuration as Caching Only Server
12.6 Configuration as Primary Master Server
12.6.1 Zone Declaration
12.6.2 Create a Zone Definition File
12.6.3 Reverse zone declaration adn definition
12.7 Secondary Master Server
12.8 Testing and Troubleshooting
12.9 Security of BIND DNS Server
12.9.1 Create a RSA Key
12.9.2 Add the Key
FTP Server
13.1 Introduction
13.2 Installation
13.3 Basic Configuration
13.3.1 Running Mode
13.3.2 Banners
13.3.3 Permissions
13.3.4 Logging
13.4 Controlling User Access
13.4.1 Anonymous Users
13.4.2 System Accounts
13.5 Enabling TLS/SSL Encryption
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) Server
14.1 Introduction
14.2 History
14.5.3 Configure Subnet
Mail Server
15.1 Mail Transfer Agent Setup
15.1.1 Installation
15.1.2 Configuration File
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