A


absolute paths, 20

Accelerated-X, 653

access

overriding inherited permissions, 463–464

setting Apache host-based, 460

using Apache Web server pages from home directory, 462–463

access control lists. See ACLs

access.conf file, 451

ACLs (access control lists)

configuring filesystem for, 208

defined, 800

managing, 209

setting permissions for, 208

using with tcp_wrappers, 694

ACPI (Advanced Configuration and Power Interface), 74

activating

automounter, 206

Dovecot, 590–591

Active Directory, 525–527

Add NFS Share dialog (NFS Server Configuration tool), 500

Add Physical Volume to VG dialog (GUI LVM Management tool), 429, 430

Add Port dialog (Security Level Configuration tool), 701–703

adding logical volumes, 423–424, 757–758

Address Resolution Protocol (ARP), 800

addresses. See also IP addresses

I/O, 6

assignable ranges for IP, 39

DMA, 6

administration. See administrators; system administration tools; user administration

Administration tab (CUPS interface), 350–351

administrative commands, 24–25

administrators. See also Red Hat Package Manager; user administration

backing up and restoring data, 36–38

controlling network services with daemons, 35

knowledge required for, 34–38, 58–59

managing system log files, 38

prerequisites required for, 3

RPM package management, 222–223

running yum from root account, 239

superuser privileges, 34

tips for managing user accounts, 280–281

uses for cron daemon, 36

using /etc/skel for home directories, 35

working with other Unix-style operating systems, 255

Advanced Configuration and Power Interface (ACPI), 74

Advanced Power Management (APM), 74

alternatives command, 599

ampersand (&), 596, 597

Anaconda

about, 70

configuring TCP/IP on network card during installation, 87, 88

creating kickstart configuration file with, 245

installing from files located by, 92

listing packages installed with, 127

anacron, 360, 800

answers. See lab questions and answers; self test and answers

Apache, 444–476. See also Apache Web servers

administering, 474

changes in version 2.2, 446

checking virtual host container syntax, 470

configuration directives for virtual hosts, 452, 455

configuration files for, 450–451

creating list of files to share, 458–459

default configuration for, 451–452

defined, 800

executable files for virtual hosts, 470

firewall and port configurations for, 458

global environment directives for httpd.conf, 452, 453

host-based security, 460

HTTPD Service options in SELinux Management Tool, 711

installation of, 447

lab questions and answers, 487, 489–491

log files for, 471–472

main server configuration directives in httpd.conf, 452, 454–455

overriding inherited permissions, 463–464

popularity of, 444

prerequisite skills for, 46–47

Red Hat httpd Configuration tool for, 475–476

secure virtual hosts, 468–469

security for, 456–458

self test and answers, 486–487, 488–489

server installation, 449–450

starting on reboot, 447–449

summarized, 484

troubleshooting errors, 472–473

two-minute drill, 485

updating home page on Apache server, 473

used-based security, 460–461

virtual hosts, 466–468

Apache Web servers, 456–466

access to pages on home directory, 462–463

configuring, 456

configuring Web passwords, 462

creating list of files to share, 458–459

firewall and port configurations for, 458

host-based security, 460

password protecting Web directory, 464–466

security for, 456–458

setting up virtual, 474–475

updating home page on, 473

used-based security, 460–461

apachectl command, 448, 800

APM (Advanced Power Management), 74

applications

applications package groups, 113–114

remote X, 675–677

architecture

exams historically based on x86, 75

kernel types and, 379, 380

knowledge required of, 5

ARP (Address Resolution Protocol), 800

arp command, 339–340, 800

at command, 358, 359, 800

at daemon

running job with, 358–359

securing, 359–360

authentication. See also LDAP; NIS; PAM

authorizing users with PAM, 305–313

configuring client, 316–317

defined, 800

Kickstart Configurator protocols for, 259

NFS, 505

NIS and LDAP for network, 313–317

Samba server, 537–538

setting up for halting and rebooting computer, 706

Authentication Configuration dialog, 317

autofs daemon, 206

automatic dependency resolution for RPM updates, 237

automating

firewall configuration, 701–703

package installation, 244–260

quota settings, 298

system administration, 354–360

automounter, 203–207

activating, 206

configuring, 206–207

defined, 800

/etc/auto.master file with, 204

/etc/auto.misc file with, 204–205

mounting USB key or floppy drive with, 207

reviewing and reading shared NFS directories, 205–206

using, 203–204

awk command, 24

awstats (advanced Web Stats) tool, 472



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