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The Ubuntu Beginner's Guide (Seventh Edition) gives users new to Ubuntu Linux an overview of the operating system, from simple command-line tasks to advanced server configuration.

In the Guide, you'll learn how to:

-Use the Ubuntu command line.

-Manage users, groups, and file permissions.

-Install software on a Ubuntu system, both from the command line and the GUI.

-Configure network settings.

-Use the vi editor to edit system configuration files.

-Install and configure a Samba server for file sharing.

-Install SSH for remote system control using public key/private key encryption.

-Install a DHCP server for IP address management.

-Install a LAMP server.

-Install web applications like WordPress and Drupal.

-Configure an FTP server.

-Manage ebooks.

-Convert digital media.

-Manage and configure Unity, the default Ubuntu environment.

-Manage and halt processes from the command line.

-Set up both a VNC server and a client

-And many other topics.

Published: Jonathan Moeller on
ISBN: 9781458074874
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