Beginning Ubuntu Server Administration: From Novice to Professional
T his book provides a complete introduction to Ubuntu Server. I’ve written this book for people who are new to Ubuntu Server administration. The target readers are Windows administrators as well as people who are used to managing other flavors of Linux (or UNIX). It was the goal of this book to give a no-nonsense introduction to working with Ubuntu Server, and so this book should provide all the basics that are needed to get you going. It also includes many useful tips that help you in doing your work in a more efficient manner. Many books about Ubuntu are presently available, but you can’t do Ubuntu Server justice by covering both the desktop and the server version in one book. The needs of a server adm- istrator are incredibly different from the needs of a desktop administrator. So I’ve chosen an approach that makes sense for the server administrator, and all topics are selected and org- ized to make sense for your day-to-day work as a server administrator.
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