UNIX System Administration: A Beginner's Guide
Learn to administer UNIX from both a network and single system perspective with help from this introductory resource. You’ll get clear advice on everything from installation and configuration to setting up important services such as Web Server, FTP, SNMP, DNS, as well as other key functions. You’ll also find specific information for the Solaris, HP-UX, and AIX platforms.
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