K


KDE Desktop Environment, 111, 112

defined, 806

features of, 677–678, 679–680

illustrated, 678

kdm display manager for, 665

konsole command line terminal in, 254

Red Hat User Manager in, 277

starting Red Hat Display Settings tool with, 653

troubleshooting, 746

kdm display manager, 663–665

Kdump service, 123, 806

kernel configuration menu options, 400–408

Block Layer options, 402

Bus options, 402

Code Maturity Level options, 401

commands to make, 398–400

Cryptographic options, 408

Device Drivers options, 403–407

Executable File Formats options, 402

File Systems options, 407

General Setup options, 401

Instrumentation Support options, 407

Kernel Hacking options, 407

Library Routines options, 408

Loadable Module Support options, 402

Networking options, 403

Power Management options, 402

Process Debugging Support option, 402

Processor Type and Features options, 402

Security options, 407

kernel log daemon (klogd), 360

kernel modules

commands for loading, 378–379

defined, 807

directory structure for, 385–388

finding, 393

location for types of, 387

removing, 387–388

using, 383–385

Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM) technologies, 76

kernels, 376–409. See also kernel configuration menu options; kernel modules; recompiling kernels

about, 377

activating IP forwarding for, 382–383

analyzing messages when booting from GRUB, 158

best practices for, 377–378

changes in SMP limits for, 75

compiling and installing custom, 408–409

configuring, 400–408

defined, 807

device driver options for, 403–407

downloading tar files for, 396

enabling firewall access for, 705

exam preparation for, 376

initialization and First Boot process for, 157–158

installing, 393–395

kernel modules, 383–385

lab questions and answers, 434–436, 438–442

loading drivers for, 158

monolithic vs. modular, 378–379

patching, 390–391

preventing ping of death, 383

/proc filesystem and directory for, 380–383

quota settings in, 291–292

recompiling, 396–408

required customization RPMs for, 395–396

self test and answers, 433–434, 437–438

setting up protection through firewalls, 693

sources for, 392–396

space needed for recompiling, 392

standard RHEL configuration, 401

stored in /boot partition, 379

summarized, 430

two-minute drill, 431–432

types of, 379, 380

updating, 226–227, 379

upgrading, 389–390

version numbers for, 388–389

Keyboard configuration tool, 171

keys

GPG, 228

private, 621, 811

public, 621–622, 811

RNDC, 569–570

utilities generating SSH, 623

kickstart, 244–260. See also Kickstart Configurator

about, 244, 807

configuring kickstart server, 246–247

creating configuration file for, 245

editing ks.cfg file on package to be installed, 254

exam preparation for, 245

partitioning options in file, 251–253

sample file, 248–251, 253

setting up boot USB containing, 245–246

starting installation with, 247

Kickstart Configurator

adding installation scripts to, 260

authentication protocols in, 259

Basic Configuration screen, 256, 257

boot loader options with, 257–258

configuring display in, 259–260

creating configuration file with, 245

firewall configuration in, 259

illustrated, 254, 256

installation methods with, 257

network configuration with, 259

Partition Options screen in, 258

selecting packages in, 260

using, 254–256

klogd (kernel log daemon), 360

.ko extension, 387

konsole in KDE Desktop

Environment, 254

ks.cfg file, 254

KVM (Kernel-based Virtual Machine) technologies, 76



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Linux Patch Management: Keeping Linux Systems Up To Date
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EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2004
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