Fedora 14 Administration and Security (Google eBook)

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Surfing Turtle Press, Dec 1, 2010 - 500 pages
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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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Contents

Part 1
29
Fedora 14 Introduction
31
Basic System Administration
39
System Startup and Services
69
System Startup files and scripts
77
Managing Services
83
Network Time Protocol NTP
97
Installing and Updating Software
101
The SELinux reference policy
298
SSH Kerberos and IPsec
311
Firewalls
329
Firewall Other Ports configuration
331
A network with a firewall
348
Part 3
363
File System management
365
Journaling
377

Using repositories
125
System Information and management
139
Managing Users
157
Kernel Administration
185
Virtualization
205
Security
231
Authorization
233
Encryption
243
File and Directory Access
261
Security Enhanced Linux
279
Terminology
283
Configuration with systemconfigselinux
290
mkfs mke2fs mkswap parted and fdisk
388
LVM and RAID
397
Logical Volume Manager administration systemconfiglvm
401
Devices
423
Backup
453
Deja Dup backup dialog and preferences
456
Shell Configuration
469
Getting Fedora
489
Table Listing
491
Figure Listing
495
Index
501
Copyright

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About the author (2010)

Richard Petersen, MLIS, teaches at the University of California at Berkeley. He is the author of all six editions of Linux: The Complete Reference and Fedora 7 & Red Hat Enterprise Linux: The Complete Reference.

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