Linux is the most important operating system on the Internet.

It's recognized everywhere as the cost-effective way to operate all kinds of servers. With the support of powerhouses like IBM, Dell, HP, and Sun, demand for Linux servers is growing. Ubuntu has quickly become the most popular distribution among Linux users. And Ubuntu Server edition is quickly becoming the way to implement Linux in the enterprise. This "how to" course by VTC author Mike Jang, uses practical examples to demonstrate the skills you need to use Ubuntu Server edition.

Working Files are included To help users evaluate the high quality of these training videos the first 3 chapters can be viewed online for FREE.Free Ubuntu Server Tutorial Videos Topics covered on this Ubuntu Server Video include:Introduction Welcome System Requirements The Ubuntu Community A Selection of Ubuntu Releases Canonical & Community Support The Ubuntu Repository Structure Download Ubuntu Server & JeOS The Installation Process An Installation Plan Basic Installation Steps Text Installation Partitionings Monitor the Installation Server Installation Highlights A Network Installation Configure Kickstart A Kickstart Configuration File Filesystems & Command Lines Filesystem Hierarchies Partition Management with fdisk Partition Management with parted A Basic RAID Array

A Basic Logical Volume /etc/fstab & the UUID Standard Command Line Tools Shell Management Regular Permissions & More Access Control Lists Basic Ubuntu Server Administration The Boot Process GRUB Rescue Options More Rescue Options Upstart Replaces init Scripts & Runlevels Remote Administration with SSH Create a Passphrase Job Scheduling with cron & at Log Configuration Packages & Repositories Default Repository Access Connect to the Right Repository Mirror When to Use Security Updates The dpkg & apt Commands Update with Graphical Tools Create a Local Repository Mirror Configure a Printer Install CUPS / Add a Printer An Overview of CUPS Configuration Files Printer Management & Administrators Printer Management Commands Set up Users & Administrators The Shadow Password Suite Create Users at the Command Line Create Users with users-admin Configure Quotas Custom /etc/sudoers The PolicyKit Network Administration Basic Network Interface Configuration Network Configuration Files Network Troubleshooting Configure an NIS Server Configure an NIS Client Configure an LDAP Server

Configure an LDAP Client The Xfce Graphical Environment Options for Installing Xfce Configure the X Server The Main Xfce Desktop Remote Access File Services Configure an NFS Server Configure a Samba Server Shared Folders Connect to Shared Directories Additional Network Services Install The LAMP Stack Configure Apache The DHCP Server Caching & Forwarding DNS Services Master DNS Nameserver Guidelines Postfix for Email Keep Servers in Sync with NTP Security Options Backup Tools The AppArmor System AppArmor Profiles AppArmor Commands TCP Wrappers Firewall Management Kernel Management The Right Reason to Recompile a Kernel Kernel Upgrades & Bootloaders Source Code & Kernel Tools Customize & Compile a Kernel Virtual Machine Options VMware Server Virtualbox / Open Source Edition Kernel-base Virtual Machine Ubuntu JeOS on a Virtual Machine Conclusion Wrap Up Credits About this Author