The Linux operating system has come of age and is widely accepted as a powerful, reliable, and secure operating system, providing it is well configured. Linux Administration: A Beginners Guide, Sixth Edition shows new and inexperienced Linux system administrators how to set up and configure Linux. The sixth edition adds key updates about the latest Linux distributions and focuses on Fedora, open SUSE, and Ubuntu and adds coverage of newer technologies, including virtualization, infrastructure services, Windows and Linux integration, Linux routers and firewalls, LDAP, printing, and new hardware now supported by the updated Linux kernel. There are updates to over 75% of the book. This trusted, bestselling beginners guide continues its recipe and step-by-step approach to Linux system administration, including managing files and software, users and user rights, basic security, Internet and intranet services, and kernel customization. The book makes it easy for existing system administrators to quickly zero in on relevant sections of the book to solve or tackle real-world Linux administration issues.

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PublisherMcGraw Hill
Publish YearJanuary 2014