Fedora 14 Administration and Security (Google eBook)
This book is designed as an administration and security reference. Administration tools are covered as well as the underlying configuration files and system implementations. The emphasis is on what administrators will need to know to perform key administration and security tasks. Topics covered include user management, Upstart service management, time server settings, runlevels, software management, kernel configuration, virtualization, encryption, firewalls, SSH, SELinux, and file system management, LVM, RAID, devices (HAL and udev), backups, and shell configuration.
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The SELinux reference policy
SSH Kerberos and IPsec
Firewall Other Ports configuration
A network with a firewall
File System management
System Information and management
File and Directory Access
Security Enhanced Linux
Configuration with systemconfigselinux
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administrative applications authentication automatically backup bash_profile boot button CD-ROM chain chkconfig command line configuration files connection create daemon default desktop device file device name dialog disk partition display encryption entry eth0 ext3 ext4 fdisk Fedora Figure file system firewall following example GNOME hard disk hard drive home directory host ICMP install interface Internet IP masquerading IPsec iptables iptables A INPUT Kerberos LDAP Linux system located logical volume login manage menu messages module mount Netfilter option package PackageKit packets password permissions port provides public key RAID devices repository root user RPM Fusion rules runlevel security context SELinux server service script source code specify storage subdirectories Table terminal window tool udev Udisks update user’s variable Virtual Machine volume group xinetd