Fedora 9 Linux Networking and Servers

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Surfing Turtle Press, 2008 - Fedora - 444 pages
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This book is designed as a Fedora server administration and reference, covering the Fedora servers and their support applications. Server 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 server support and management tasks. Topics covered include network connections, IP network administration, software management, Upstart service management and runlevels, AppArmor security, and the Network Time Protocol. Key servers are examined, including Web, FTP, CUPS printing, NFS, and Samba Windows shares. Network support servers and applications covered include the Squid proxy server, the Domain Name System (BIND) server, DHCP, and IPtables firewalls. There are four parts: networking, services, shared resources, and network support.

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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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